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Code Geass: Akito the Exiled 4th Episode's Trailer Streamed

posted on 2015-05-15 06:45 EDT by Crystalyn Hodgkins
4th episode of 5-episode series to premiere in Japanese theaters on July 4

The official website for the Code Geass: Akito the Exiled anime project began streaming a theatrical trailer for the anime's fourth episode on Friday. The trailer features Maaya Sakamoto's theme song "More Than Words."

Text: The newest work in the Code Geass franchise
Akito: If I was just going to lose it anyway, I didn't want anything in my hands... That's what I thought. But...
Text: The fourth chapter of love and hate
Yohan: I wish good luck upon you... Lord Ashley...
Ashley: Yohan...
Shin: Akito...
Akito: Brother...
Ashley: Akito... Hyuga...
Shin: It's beautiful.
Text: Strike the ark
Woman: We've found the ark!
Man: so that's the carriage of Apollon.
Man: The world isn't so kind...
Layla: Come back, no matter what.
Text: It isn't his responsibility, it isn't his mission. This is a fight with himself put on the line.
Shin: Let the surface of the world be covered in corpses.
Ashley: I was getting sick of waiting!!
Man: It might be possible if you're the one doing it.
Ryo: Well aren't we being underestimated!
Chloe: The beacons of the machines in the Wyvern team have been...
Yukiya: Destruction nightmare...
Ashley: You damn reaper!!
Shin: You will be betrayed and used!!
Layla: People can change.
Text & Akito: Return to the one who believes in you.
Ryo: Don't do it, Akito!
Yukiya: Akito!
Ayano: Akito, live!
Akito: Code Geass: Akito the Exiled.
Shin: Akito... Are you still alive?

The fourth episode, "Nikushimi no Kioku Kara" (From the Memories of Hatred), will premiere on July 4. The series was originally slated for four episodes, but Sunrise producer Yoshitaka Kawaguchi announced earlier this month that the project will have a fifth episode. The fifth episode will be titled "Itoshiki Mono-tachi e" (To Those Who are Precious), and is slated to premiere this fall.

The third episode of Code Geass: Akito the Exiled premiered in theaters in Japan on May 2 after being delayed from last spring. The second episode premiered in September 2013.

Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion premiered in Japan in 2006, while Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion R2 premiered in 2008. The Adult Swim network aired both series in North America in 2008.


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