I will add one point for lelouchs voice, what a great man. In addition to both his psychological and physical abilities as a soldier, he possesses a terrifying power of Geass that only results in death. I got my Lancelot fight superhuman Suzaku still makes no sense, but whatever, anime and that was pretty good. But the beginning annoyed me so much, that it costs two points for this category. Nah, just kidding, but those three certainly help. Despite his accomplishments, he is still subjected to discrimination by his fellow pilots. I'll continue to look forward to where the rest of the story takes us.
So what can i say at the end? Then we come to the question of Lelouch, or rather the person officially known as Julius Kingsley. And Fukuyama Jun still has that confident and commanding presence which defined his performance in the original series. Things are just thrown in there with no proper explanation and the pacing goes far too fast. It only added more problems to the already broken Akito narrative and has potentially jeopardized the continuity of R2. How and what did General Smilas do to upset the Order? The lightning-fast pacing doesn't let the backstories tell themselves well either, especially for Leila. However, stranded in Warsaw due to a complication involving their military identification, they are forced to accept the help of local gypsies, allowing the squad to take some time to deepen their bonds. This can only be a 4, no matter how hard i try to find something redeeming.
Looking for what show an image came from? The chapter's single mecha combat sequence also happens here, remaining as exciting as one can expect from this production. The fight sequences also use a lot of fast paced but yet, balanced panning when going around the screen without giving you a headache. Who does Code Geass: Boukoku no Akito Kagayaku Mono Ten Yori Otsu cater to? He is a victim of Shin's Geass who mysteriously survived for some reason. As his action are mostly random and he has no clear motive, just the usual anime trope of he is disappointed with humanity so he is just going to kill everyone. However, Akito has a mysterious twisted obsession with death that adds more mystery to his persona. Now to the other side of this conflict. However, the writer managed to become even dumber than before which is quite an accomplishment, and the pacing really ruins itself.
The trio of juveniles - actually quite nice kids after they've opened up, after realizing that there's someone else with a more twisted history than them who is facing it alone, though it's slightly unrealistic how they did a near-180 after the 2nd episode. The Rise of Julius Kingsley If any of you happen to see some of the promotional videos and pictures, a very familiar character under the name Julius Kingsley is featured. Do you see what that implies? Well it's definitely a filler. The pacing of this movie is terrible because of that; things rarely get to breathe and flesh themselves out properly. Who are they that wield the power to take and give to the humans of this world? This series has been great so far.
Enjoyment: 10 I'd have to say that this was an enjoyable episode; it's a good break from the fast-paced mecha action the first 2 episodes had. In setting up the antagonist for example, that one is actually threatening and absolutely ruthless, i guess that's what you want from a villain. Overall 7 Story 6 Animation 8 Sound 10 Character 6 Enjoyment 6 Well in the time it took to release these last two bad boys I had pretty much forgotten the majority of what happened in the previous two so I did my best to understand what was going on from the little that I remember. Yet with everything I said, it seems like the movie did learn something, as its visuals are a massive step up from the previous movies. Still going to watch it till the end though.
We get to see how they interact and how they've changed from past episodes. Even though I can give spoilers here, I honestly do not want to spill the whole story with it, but the question you will have when a viewer finishes the movie is how can he still be alive? Not that we know of. However, the circumstances to how he received his Geass have not been revealed. Ugh, what is happening to these reviews, i need a timeout. Personally I'm on the fence with the story line since it seems everyone and their mum seems to have a geass now.
After discovering the face of their true enemy, someone who is related to Akito and responsible for the Geass placed upon him, W-0 attempts to return to their base at Castle Weisswolf. But it doesn't sound like he is a Geass user in the traditional sense. And the tactics that he uses in this movie goes back to how he made his impact as Zero, and that caught the attention of Shin, who manages to put two and two together. Michael in order to crush the European resistance once and for all, armed with the destructive power of a giant weapon known as the Ark Fleet. Overall 4 Story 1 Animation 8 Sound 6 Character 3 Enjoyment 6 The more of these they make, the more I worry about the upcoming R3. Overall 6 Story 4 Animation 8 Sound 6 Character 7 Enjoyment 6 Well, it's starting to get worse. If the European military is run like that they deserve to lose.
This also prompts a certain interaction with Akito that also manages to show his vulnerable side beneath an aloof and occasionally cold exterior. In other words, you may need to read between the lines. We also briefly meet a mysterious entity connected to the Geass, who is apparently involved in some sort of conspiracy, but since nothing else has been revealed yet there's no point in worrying about it too soon. Still, considering this takes place after the events of season 1, the audience does get to see how things transpired from a fresh viewpoint. That's all we know for sure thus far.
You can find English Subbed Code Geass: Boukoku no Akito 3 - Kagayaku Mono Ten yori Otsu Episodes here. In conclusion the characters are dull, the plot meanders the entire run time, and the beloved characters of the original series are reduced to caricatures of their former selves. After discovering the face of their true enemy—someone who is related to Akito and responsible for the Geass placed upon him—W-0 attempts to return to their base at Castle Weisswolf. He actually didn't have a lot of opportunities to act before, outside of meeting Akito in battle and previously engaging in murder behind-the-scenes, but now we get to see him as a truly manipulative individual who can be surprisingly dangerous. Perhaps, but it at least had characters actually doing things and actually trying to get more fleshed out.