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King Graham is now an old man, telling stories of when he was prince to his granddaughter Gwendolyn.


Matt Korba
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Christopher Lloyd ... Old King Graham (voice)
Josh Keaton ... Young Graham (voice)
Maggie Elizabeth Jones ... Gwendolyn (voice)
Fred Tatasciore ... Olfie / Stone Goblin / Stone Goblin King (voice)
Jean Gilpin ... Pillare (voice)
Michael Benyaer ... Mr. Waddles (voice)
Michael-Leon Wooley ... Acorn / Achaka / Goblin Man / Mordon (voice)
Richard White ... Whisper (voice)
Wallace Shawn ... Manny (voice)
Tom Kenny ... Merchant of Miracles (voice)
Andy Pessoa ... Gart (voice)
Gideon Emery ... Royal Guard #1 / Royal Guard #2 / Kyle (voice)
Michael Gough ... Larry / Wente Fey (voice)
Kevin Michael Richardson ... Chester Hobblepot (voice)
Loretta Devine ... Muriel Hobblepot (voice)

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King Graham is now an old man, telling stories of when he was prince to his granddaughter Gwendolyn.

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Your Legacy Awaits.


Adventure | Fantasy


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Josh Keaton and Christopher Lloyd provide the voice of young and old Graham, respectively. Coincidentally, Josh Keaton (as Josh Weiner) voiced Jules, the son of Christopher Lloyd's character Emmett L. Brown, in Back to the Future (1991) (although Emmett was voiced by Dan Castellaneta in that animated series). See more »


Old King Graham: [If Sir Graham turned the left wheel switch, the heavy box swings down and slams Sir Graham into the wall] And that's what would have happened if I turned the left switch. But since I am here telling this story, you already know that I pulled the right one.
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Follows King's Quest: Quest for the Crown (1984) See more »

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A slightly bloated yet successful reboot
13 April 2017 | by residentgrigoSee all my reviews

The current adventure renaissance has been going for quite some time, especially in Europe, but games focusing on mostly the gameplay have now become somewhat rare, outside of the (ultra) Low-Budget indie scene. One of the franchises that started it all is now back to fix that and no previous knowledge of the series is required. The last ep. had great callbacks though, and even 2 old engines were used. This overall story is a take on The Princes Bride and the characters are all charming. I can't say that this is one of the premier adventure titles on the market but most previous entries weren't masterpieces either, to be honest. The next season should work on the pacing and the inconsequential decision making bits can go but this reboot was all in all a success. (VI +VII are the best entries btw.) 7,5/10

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