The Kid Who Would Be King 2019 includes a young boy (newcomer Louis Ashbourne Sarcis) who finds himself compelled to fight evil power.
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Young Alex (Lewis Ashbourne Sarcis) faces the usual difficulties in the face of bullying (Tom Taylor and Rianna Doris) and the reckless divorce of his parents. Replacing the Lord of the Rings with Dean Chaumoo relieves some depression, but his presence becomes more difficult when he discovers a sword stuck in a column in the demolition site.
He easily pulls the gun out of the concrete and finds himself scrambling for cover as the skeletons chase him. He meets a new friend named Mertin speaking in a gradual manner that makes one assume that the player has swallowed an old size from Chaucer. It does not take much effort to know that the strange young man and the sword that precedes the building are connected.
Those who know some version of the original myth – whether from reading “Le Morte d’Arthur” or from seeing “Camelot” or “Monty Python and the Holy Grail” – will be able to pick up some incredibly clever hints of myth. Merlin there, of course, aging back as always. There is Lance and Kai on his team. There is an arcade game called Camelslots, which looks dirty but let’s pretend it’s not so because it’s really funny.
At the core of “The Kid Who Would Be King 2019” are the same letters that are in the heart of the legend of Arthur: Stand for the weak. See others equally. Acting with honor. All the things children have to do if they want to change the world and all they can do if we stop stretching.