Code Geass: Lost Stories Launches in English on iOS and Android Devices

Code Geass: Lost Stories Launches in English on iOS and Android Devices
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Code Geass: Lost Stories launched on iOS and Android devices. It was announced in July that the game would officially be releasing in 2023

Players can team up with Lelouch and experience the story of Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion from a different perspective, and influence the direction of the plot in a whole new way to discover the “lost story” of Code Geass. The game will also cover events of Akito the Exiled, Oz of the Reflection, and will add new side stories focusing on the main characters of the series. Lost Stories gives players access to all of the characters and Knightmare Frames (KMFs) from the series so they can create their own squad and choose who will go into battle.

The main story cutscenes are made using Live 2D and feature fully-voiced scenes with the original Japanese voice actors returning to reprise their roles.

The Japanese voice cast consists of the following voice actors:

  • Lelouch: Jun Fukuyama
  • Hero: Yuuma Uchida
  • Heroine: Ayaka Oohashi,
  • Suzaku: Takahiro Sakurai
  • C.C.: Yukana
  • Kallen: Ami Koshimizu,
  • Clarice: Azuki Tadokoro
  • Carly: Minami Takahashi
  • Anone: Manaka Iwami

Lost Stories launched in Japan back in 2022Code Geass: Lost Stories is now available to play on iOS and Android devices.

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