CODE GEASS - LELOUCH OF THE REBELLION - LOST COLORS
OFFICIAL TITLE  Code Geass - Lelouch of the Rebellion - Lost Colors
COMMON TITLE  Code Geass - Lelouch of the Rebellion - Lost Colors
SERIAL NUMBER(S)  SLPS-25860
REGION  NTSC-J
GENRE / STYLE  Adventure.

DEVELOPER  Sunrise / Project Geass.
PUBLISHER  Bandai Namco Games.
DATE RELEASED  27 March 2008
DISC NUMBER &
PRINTED SERIAL NUMBER
DISC 1

SLPS-25860
SERIAL NUMBER IN DISC SLPS-25860
MEDIA DVD-5
NUMBER OF TRACKS 1
( 1 Data Track )
BARCODE NUMBER(S)
( UPC / EAN )

From the back cover.
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Japanese
Menus and gameplay are in Japanese.

Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion, often referred to as simply Code Geass, is a Japanese anime series created by Sunrise, directed by Goro Taniguchi, and written by Ichiro Okouchi, with original character designs by manga authors Clamp. Set in an alternate future, the series focuses on how the former prince Lelouch Lamperouge or Lelouch Vi Britannia obtains a power known as Geass and decides to use it to obliterate the Holy Britannian Empire, an imperial monarchy and a superpower that has been conquering various countries.

PLOT:
The series is set in an alternative timeline where the world is split into three superpowers, Britannia, the Chinese Federation, and the European Union (previously known as the Euro-Universe). The story takes place after the Holy Britannian Empire's conquest on Japan in August 10, 2010 a.t.b. (1955 A.D.), by means of Britannia's newest weapon, the "Autonomous Armored Knight", or Knightmare Frame. In turn, Britannia effectively strips Japan and its citizens of all rights and freedoms and renames the country Area 11 with its citizens referred to as Elevens.

VIDEO GAME:
Code Geass - Lelouch of the Rebellion - Lost Colors is the second video game developed about Code Geass. It was developed for the PlayStation Portable and PlayStation 2, and released in Japan on March 27, 2008. It is a visual novel game which follows a new protagonist named Rai, who suffers from amnesia. He has a Geass ability similar to Lelouch's, but activated by voice.

In Code Geass: Lost Colors the video game there are several different endings and clips of Lelouch that involves the main character Rai. In the first scene of the game, Lelouch, along with Milly, were the first people Rai meets when he enters the school before he went unconscious. After Rai woke up several days later, Lelouch immediately had doubts about him and was shocked that Milly made him a student, but was reluctant to accept him.

On day 11 on midday, Lelouch spotted Rai with Nunnally on the rooftop of Ashford Academy talking about Euphemia and revealing themselves of their royal birthright. With their identity exposed, Lelouch was prepared to use Geass on him and erase all of his memory, but Nunnally prevented him from doing so and trusted him with their secret. This prompted Lelouch to reveal their identity as Britannian royalties, including their friendship with Suzaku after being sent to Japan . Fearing that he would cause trouble and betray Nunnally's trust if his memory was ever returned, Lelouch was requested to kill him with his Geass but refused as it would make Nunnally sad.

Enroll in the Ashford Academy and interact with the student body in a new adventure based on the events from the first season of the Code Geass animated series. At the outset of the game, the Student Council President Millay Ashford and Lelouch Lamperouge welcome the player-named protagonist and introduce him to a series of characters. Lost Colors is played like many other visual novels where copious amounts of dialogue is read and the occasional choice is made to fork the story in a new direction. Early in the game, Kaname Ougi, Nina Einstein, Leval Cardemond, and Millay provide much of the interaction but other characters from the animation also make an appearance in later chapters. Karen Stadtfeld of the Black Knights enters the storyline at the conclusion of chapter three.

Bandai recruited the production staff who worked on the animated series to create new and exclusive material for the game. The voice actors for the characters were also hired to provide over 15,000 words and dialogue snippets which are woven into the fabric of the adventure. Lost Colors features over 20 different endings so intrepid gamers can try different actions and choices to reach all of them.

The PSP and PS2 games are nearly identical - from the boot screens to the cinematic introduction to the announcer who pronounces the name of the game when the title screen first appears. The one difference is the PS2 version also includes a "THEATER MODE" in the GALLERY section where you can create your own Code Geass video presentations by cobbling together gallery items (you'll have to unlock them first) and storing them to memory card.

  MANUFACTURER'S DESCRIPTION:

S up to you to the end of the story! ? Adventure game that you can experience the world of "Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion" popular anime! In addition to going to relive the story of the anime version, original scenario also appeared many, and as a bonus scenario different PS2 PSP version each! Become boy and memory loss, let's enjoy the fun school life! !

  FEATURES:
  • First person perspective.
  • 2D graphics
  • Cartoon graphics
  • SCIFI, Futuristic, Fantasy & Anime themes.
NUMBER OF PLAYERS  1 Player
NUMBER OF MEMORY CARD BLOCKS  101 KB Minimum
COMPATIBLE CONTROLLERS TESTED
( OFFICIAL GAMEPADS ONLY )
 Standard Controller / Analog Controller ( Dual Shock Controller compatible )
COMPATIBLE LIGHT GUNS
( OFFICIAL LIGHT GUNS ONLY )
 None
OTHER COMPATIBLE CONTROLLERS
( OFFICIAL CONTROLLERS ONLY )
 None
SPECIAL CONTROLLERS INCLUDED OR
SUPPORTED ( OFFICIAL ONLY )
 None
VIBRATION FUNCTION COMPATIBLE  Yes
VIDEO MODES  50 Hz = No / 60 Hz = Yes / Progressive Scan = No / 16:9 Option = Yes
AUDIO MODES  Stereo = Yes / Mono = No / Dolby Sorround = No / Dolby Digital = No; Dolby Pro logic II = No
MULTI-TAP FUNCTION COMPATIBLE  No
LANGUAGE SELECTOR  No
NETWORK ADAPTOR (ETHERNET) COMPATIBLE  No
EMULATOR  PCSX 2 v.0.1.0.0
SPEED HACKS USED  EE Cyclerate = 1; VU Cycle Stealing = 0; Enable INTC Spin detection = Yes; Enable Wait Loop Detection = Yes; Enable fast CDVD = Yes; mVU Flag Hack = Yes; MTVU (Multi-Threaded Micro VU1) = Yes
SPECIAL GAME FIXES USED  None
VIDEO PLUGIN  GSDX r5681 ( Allow 8-bit textures = Yes; Alpha Hack = No; Offset Hack = No; Skipdraw Hack = 0 )
AUDIO PLUGIN  SPU2-X r5545 ( Interpolation = 4; Disable Effects Processing = No; Use the de-alias filter = No; Enable Dubug options = No; Module = 1; Synchronizing Mode = TimeStretch Mix; Audio Expansion Mode = Stereo )
CD-ROM PLUGIN  CDVDolio Cdrom plugin v.0.1.0
GAME PAD PLUGIN  LilyPad svn (r3993) 0.10.0
VIBRATION COMPATIBLE  Yes.

  NOTE:   This is not the only possible combination of plugins. There are others that will work (better or worse) for your particular hardware. We provide you with one working set-up so that you may get the game up and running, hassle-free. Testing other emulators/plugins is up to you.
 

 BASIC CONTROLS:
 Move between actions or answers -  D-Pad or Left Analog Stick
Select action or answer -  Circle Button
Cancel action in menus -  X Button
Show previous dialogues -  Triangle or Select Button
Save menu -  Square Button (when is avaliable)
Show / Hide text -  R1 Button

 



 
 

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