There are plenty of genres Namco Bandai could toy with for a Code Geass game their design approach where you can choose to side with Lelouch or the Holy Empire of Britannia is a good twist on the license. Oh, but you’re not going to be battling the King of Britannia. You’re going to be busy deepening your (virtual) relationship with the Code Geass cast, which essentially makes Code Geass Lelouch of the Rebellion: Lost Colors a glorified dating sim. Importers can pick up both versions on March 27.
Speaking of Code Geass, the series is supposed to premiere in 2008, which means there is a chance Namco Bandai could localize the PlayStation 2 or PSP version in the future. Unfortunately, there is a difference between the two. The PS2 edition has a theater mode to play with and the limited edition PSP version Code Geass Lelouch of the Rebellion: Lost Colors Special Edition Black Rebellion comes with two hours of original anime on an extra UMD.