15 Best Shows Like Arcane, the League of Legends Animated Series

15 Best Shows Like Arcane, the League of Legends Animated Series

For all the gamers out there, League of Legends is a game that defined a generation. This strategic MOBA game became enormously popular at one point and would soon become a defining video game that everyone was playing.

Now, Netflix has decided to honor the legacy of this popular game with an animated series, Arcane, which debuted on the streaming platform on November 6, 2021, with its three-part Act 1.

Best Shows Like Arcane

The list is going to contain a total of 15 shows like Arcane, both animated and live-action, both movies and television series, that we think you’ll like if you liked Arcane.

15. Fate/stay night

Release date: January 7, 2006 – June 17, 2006
Episodes: 24

During a full moon night, Kiritsugu and Shirō have an argument on the porch of the house and the boy learns of his father’s failed ambition to become a champion of justice, a guardian of humanity who would like to protect the weak and the innocent. Deeply touched by Kiritsugu’s beliefs, Shirō decides he wants to reach that distant ideal.

To do this, the boy asks his father to teach him magic, but despite the training, he is unable to progress in any of the fundamental disciplines.

14. Fate/zero

Release date: October 1, 2011 – June 23, 2012
Episodes: 25

The story takes place 10 years before the events of Fate/stay night. During the Holy Grail War, seven great mages (Masters) appointed by the Holy Grail will summon seven mythical spirits (Servants) to wage a fierce struggle until only one remains.

After three unsuccessful wars, the fight is about to resume for the fourth time, and the mages rush back to Fuyuki, the battlefield, each praying for victory. Indeed, the Holy Grail will offer the winner the possibility of granting his dearest wish.

13. ❤️☠️🤖 (LOVE DEATH + ROBOTS)

Release date: March 15, 2019 – present
Episodes: 26

The animated series consists of stand-alone episodes, all less than 20 minutes long, produced by different cast and crew, although some episodes share certain crew members. The title of the series refers to the thematic connection of each episode to the three themes above, although not every episode contains all three elements.

12. Warcraft

Release date: May 24, 2016
Running time: 123 minutes

The orc Durotan, chief of the Frostwolf clan, and his heavily pregnant wife Draka live in the world of Draenor, the homeworld of the orcs and draenei. Below are green orcs who were strengthened by the orcish sorcerer Gul’dan with the help of his Fel magic, which feeds on the energy of living beings, and brown orcs who are free from Gul’dan’s influence.

Draenor is about to end, and the orcs are trying to find a new home for their race. Gul’dan, therefore, uses Fel magic to open a gate to the fertile world of Azeroth.

11. Seven Deadly Sins

'The Seven Deadly Sins: Cursed By The Light' Movie Review

Release date: October 5, 2014 – June 23, 2021
Episodes: 100

Liones, Kingdom of Britannia. The Grand Master of the Sacred Knights Zaratras was brutally murdered, and the culprits would be an order of legendary knights numbering seven in the service of the king who wanted to overthrow the throne.

Ten years later, a young girl named Elizabeth Liones goes in search of those mysterious knights who once were the pride of Liones: the Seven Deadly Sins, a group of seven great criminals chosen by the king himself, to foil a schemed plot. by the sacred knights against royalty.

10. Magical Girl Raising Project

Release date: October 1, 2016 – December 17, 2016
Episodes: 12

A popular game known as the Magical Girl Raising Project has the ability to give players a 1 in 10,000 chance of becoming a true Magical Girl. These Magical Girls possess unique powers given to each one and are expected to help and protect people.

However, at one point, the administration decided that 16 Magical Girls in one city is too many, deciding to cut the Magical Girls’ population in half. The rule quickly gets twisted as the 16 girls are involved in a battle of survival against each other.

9. Juuni Taisen

Release date: October 3, 2017 – December 19, 2017
Episodes: 12

In a city where the entire population has flown, 12 of the world’s most formidable mercenary warriors with the names and attributes of the 12 Chinese Zodiac animals are pitted against each other in the Zodiac Tournament which takes place every 12 years. During this 12th edition, each of the 12 participants is asked to swallow one of the 12 poisoned gems.

8. Death Parade

Release date: January 9, 2015 – March 27, 2015
Episodes: 12

The story consists of a succession of two people who wake up in a dark bar. Unsuspecting, they do not yet know that they have entered a deadly game. Indeed, they do not know how they ended up here.

Decim, the bartender, and his assistant explain to them that they will have to play a bar game (darts, bowling, billiards, etc.) and put their lives on the line in order to perhaps understand what is happening to them. arrived.

7. Hunter × Hunter

Release date: October 2, 2011 – September 24, 2014
Episodes: 148

Gon Freecss is twelve years old and dreams of becoming a hunter. Hunters are elite citizens authorized to do almost anything they wish on simple presentation of their membership card and are de facto entitled to exercise all trades in the world, being able just as well to become bounty hunters, chefs, archaeologists, zoologists, vigilantes, or consultants in various fields.

His father, Ging Freecss, whom he does not know directly, is considered one of the greatest hunters of his time. It is also to find him that Gon wants to become a hunter.

6. Deadman Wonderland

Release date: April 17, 2011 – July 3, 2011
Episodes: 12

A powerful and mysterious earthquake ravaged mainland Japan and largely destroyed Tokyo, submerging three-quarters of the city in the ocean. Ten years later, in 2023, the story centers on Ganta Igarashi, a seemingly ordinary student who attends Nagano Prefecture College.

Although a survivor of the earthquake, Ganta has no memory of the tragedy and has lived an ordinary life. All of that changes when a strange man covered in blood and wearing purple armor floats outside the classroom windows.

5. One-Punch Man

Release date: October 5, 2015 – July 2, 2019
Episodes: 24

Saitama is an unemployed, depressed young man with no deep purpose in his life. One day, he meets a crab man who is looking for a young boy “with a chin slit like an ass” in his words. Saitama ends up meeting this young boy and decides to save him from the crab man, whom he manages to beat with difficulty.

From then on, Saitama decides to become a superhero and trains for three years very seriously: 100 push-ups, 100 squats, 100 sit-ups and 10 km of running every day and there are no heating or air conditioning conditions.

4. Future Diary

Release date: October 10, 2011 – April 16, 2012
Episodes: 26

Yukiteru Amano is a lonely young boy who takes refuge in his imagination to escape the social vacuum that constitutes his daily life. He considers that he can avoid annoyance by observing the world from an outside point of view, and records all the events happening around him in the form of a journal which he keeps using his cell phone.

3. BTOOOM!

Release date: October 4, 2012 – December 20, 2012
Episodes: 12

Ryota Sakamoto is a young man who loves the game Btooom! and he is ranked 10th best player in the world. But overnight, without knowing why, he is kidnapped by men in black and finds himself lost on a desert island.

To survive, he will have to follow the same rules as in his favorite video game: spot other people lost on the island like him thanks to a crystal placed on his hand and kill them using the same types of bombs as in the game. He now finds himself immersed in a survival game with his team and the risks that entails.

2. Castlevania

Release date: July 7, 2017 – May 13, 2021
Episodes: 32

We follow the adventures of Trevor Belmont, human defender of Wallachia against the vampire Vlad Dracula Tepes and his army. After the human Lisa Tepes has been accused of witchcraft and then condemned to the stake, her husband Dracula decides to take revenge by exterminating the entire human species.

He is countered in his action by Trevor Belmont, a human vampire hunter, Sypha Belnades, a magician, and Adrian Alucard Tepes, his half-human, half-vampire son.

1. Sword Art Online

Release date: July 8, 2012 – September 20, 2020
Episodes: 96

This is the game from the first arc, Sword Art Online. The world takes the form of a giant floating castle called Aincrad, with 100 tiers. Each floor has a medieval-style setting and a dungeon with a boss that must be defeated in order for players to access the upper floor.

Like most role-playing games, the game features a level system. However, after the beta test period, the game’s creator activated a system to trap players inside Aincrad, preventing any disconnection.


15 Best Shows Like Arcane, the League of Legends Animated Series

15 Best Shows Like Arcane, the League of Legends Animated Series

For all the gamers out there, League of Legends is a game that defined a generation. This strategic MOBA game became enormously popular at one point and would soon become a defining video game that everyone was playing.

Now, Netflix has decided to honor the legacy of this popular game with an animated series, Arcane, which debuted on the streaming platform on November 6, 2021, with its three-part Act 1.

Best Shows Like Arcane

The list is going to contain a total of 15 shows like Arcane, both animated and live-action, both movies and television series, that we think you’ll like if you liked Arcane.

15. Fate/stay night

Release date: January 7, 2006 – June 17, 2006
Episodes: 24

During a full moon night, Kiritsugu and Shirō have an argument on the porch of the house and the boy learns of his father’s failed ambition to become a champion of justice, a guardian of humanity who would like to protect the weak and the innocent. Deeply touched by Kiritsugu’s beliefs, Shirō decides he wants to reach that distant ideal.

To do this, the boy asks his father to teach him magic, but despite the training, he is unable to progress in any of the fundamental disciplines.

14. Fate/zero

Release date: October 1, 2011 – June 23, 2012
Episodes: 25

The story takes place 10 years before the events of Fate/stay night. During the Holy Grail War, seven great mages (Masters) appointed by the Holy Grail will summon seven mythical spirits (Servants) to wage a fierce struggle until only one remains.

After three unsuccessful wars, the fight is about to resume for the fourth time, and the mages rush back to Fuyuki, the battlefield, each praying for victory. Indeed, the Holy Grail will offer the winner the possibility of granting his dearest wish.

13. ❤️☠️🤖 (LOVE DEATH + ROBOTS)

Release date: March 15, 2019 – present
Episodes: 26

The animated series consists of stand-alone episodes, all less than 20 minutes long, produced by different cast and crew, although some episodes share certain crew members. The title of the series refers to the thematic connection of each episode to the three themes above, although not every episode contains all three elements.

12. Warcraft

Release date: May 24, 2016
Running time: 123 minutes

The orc Durotan, chief of the Frostwolf clan, and his heavily pregnant wife Draka live in the world of Draenor, the homeworld of the orcs and draenei. Below are green orcs who were strengthened by the orcish sorcerer Gul’dan with the help of his Fel magic, which feeds on the energy of living beings, and brown orcs who are free from Gul’dan’s influence.

Draenor is about to end, and the orcs are trying to find a new home for their race. Gul’dan, therefore, uses Fel magic to open a gate to the fertile world of Azeroth.

11. Seven Deadly Sins

'The Seven Deadly Sins: Cursed By The Light' Movie Review

Release date: October 5, 2014 – June 23, 2021
Episodes: 100

Liones, Kingdom of Britannia. The Grand Master of the Sacred Knights Zaratras was brutally murdered, and the culprits would be an order of legendary knights numbering seven in the service of the king who wanted to overthrow the throne.

Ten years later, a young girl named Elizabeth Liones goes in search of those mysterious knights who once were the pride of Liones: the Seven Deadly Sins, a group of seven great criminals chosen by the king himself, to foil a schemed plot. by the sacred knights against royalty.

10. Magical Girl Raising Project

Release date: October 1, 2016 – December 17, 2016
Episodes: 12

A popular game known as the Magical Girl Raising Project has the ability to give players a 1 in 10,000 chance of becoming a true Magical Girl. These Magical Girls possess unique powers given to each one and are expected to help and protect people.

However, at one point, the administration decided that 16 Magical Girls in one city is too many, deciding to cut the Magical Girls’ population in half. The rule quickly gets twisted as the 16 girls are involved in a battle of survival against each other.

9. Juuni Taisen

Release date: October 3, 2017 – December 19, 2017
Episodes: 12

In a city where the entire population has flown, 12 of the world’s most formidable mercenary warriors with the names and attributes of the 12 Chinese Zodiac animals are pitted against each other in the Zodiac Tournament which takes place every 12 years. During this 12th edition, each of the 12 participants is asked to swallow one of the 12 poisoned gems.

8. Death Parade

Release date: January 9, 2015 – March 27, 2015
Episodes: 12

The story consists of a succession of two people who wake up in a dark bar. Unsuspecting, they do not yet know that they have entered a deadly game. Indeed, they do not know how they ended up here.

Decim, the bartender, and his assistant explain to them that they will have to play a bar game (darts, bowling, billiards, etc.) and put their lives on the line in order to perhaps understand what is happening to them. arrived.

7. Hunter × Hunter

Release date: October 2, 2011 – September 24, 2014
Episodes: 148

Gon Freecss is twelve years old and dreams of becoming a hunter. Hunters are elite citizens authorized to do almost anything they wish on simple presentation of their membership card and are de facto entitled to exercise all trades in the world, being able just as well to become bounty hunters, chefs, archaeologists, zoologists, vigilantes, or consultants in various fields.

His father, Ging Freecss, whom he does not know directly, is considered one of the greatest hunters of his time. It is also to find him that Gon wants to become a hunter.

6. Deadman Wonderland

Release date: April 17, 2011 – July 3, 2011
Episodes: 12

A powerful and mysterious earthquake ravaged mainland Japan and largely destroyed Tokyo, submerging three-quarters of the city in the ocean. Ten years later, in 2023, the story centers on Ganta Igarashi, a seemingly ordinary student who attends Nagano Prefecture College.

Although a survivor of the earthquake, Ganta has no memory of the tragedy and has lived an ordinary life. All of that changes when a strange man covered in blood and wearing purple armor floats outside the classroom windows.

5. One-Punch Man

Release date: October 5, 2015 – July 2, 2019
Episodes: 24

Saitama is an unemployed, depressed young man with no deep purpose in his life. One day, he meets a crab man who is looking for a young boy “with a chin slit like an ass” in his words. Saitama ends up meeting this young boy and decides to save him from the crab man, whom he manages to beat with difficulty.

From then on, Saitama decides to become a superhero and trains for three years very seriously: 100 push-ups, 100 squats, 100 sit-ups and 10 km of running every day and there are no heating or air conditioning conditions.

4. Future Diary

Release date: October 10, 2011 – April 16, 2012
Episodes: 26

Yukiteru Amano is a lonely young boy who takes refuge in his imagination to escape the social vacuum that constitutes his daily life. He considers that he can avoid annoyance by observing the world from an outside point of view, and records all the events happening around him in the form of a journal which he keeps using his cell phone.

3. BTOOOM!

Release date: October 4, 2012 – December 20, 2012
Episodes: 12

Ryota Sakamoto is a young man who loves the game Btooom! and he is ranked 10th best player in the world. But overnight, without knowing why, he is kidnapped by men in black and finds himself lost on a desert island.

To survive, he will have to follow the same rules as in his favorite video game: spot other people lost on the island like him thanks to a crystal placed on his hand and kill them using the same types of bombs as in the game. He now finds himself immersed in a survival game with his team and the risks that entails.

2. Castlevania

Release date: July 7, 2017 – May 13, 2021
Episodes: 32

We follow the adventures of Trevor Belmont, human defender of Wallachia against the vampire Vlad Dracula Tepes and his army. After the human Lisa Tepes has been accused of witchcraft and then condemned to the stake, her husband Dracula decides to take revenge by exterminating the entire human species.

He is countered in his action by Trevor Belmont, a human vampire hunter, Sypha Belnades, a magician, and Adrian Alucard Tepes, his half-human, half-vampire son.

1. Sword Art Online

Release date: July 8, 2012 – September 20, 2020
Episodes: 96

This is the game from the first arc, Sword Art Online. The world takes the form of a giant floating castle called Aincrad, with 100 tiers. Each floor has a medieval-style setting and a dungeon with a boss that must be defeated in order for players to access the upper floor.

Like most role-playing games, the game features a level system. However, after the beta test period, the game’s creator activated a system to trap players inside Aincrad, preventing any disconnection.

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