14
Sep
08

Code Geass R2 episode 22

Yet another lightning review of Code Geass R2, and hopefully, this will be the last one. There are 3 more episodes left for this series and I better start revving up for the finale. I may have find free time for blogging these past few days, to be honest. Instead, I found myself completing Crisis Core. Yes, it was fun game and I highly recommend it. And the only reason I’m doing this is simply because I wanted to catch up with the update lag I have on Code Geass and this blog entirely. Now, back to the lightning review.

Code Geass R2

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Thoughts: It is no surprise for Code Geass to give us that shocking WTF moment at the end of each episode as the plot twist. No exception to this episode, only this time, the plot twist is total shocker.  Not to mention of how shocked Lelouch and Suzaku looked after finding out this truth.  Frankly, I was not very surprised by the fact that Nunnally is alive because it is actually expected to happen (the question was when). I have always believed that she survived the bombing of FLEIJA in Tokyo (points at ninja Sayako for the miraculous escape). And for the story to progress to this part (when Lelouch succeeds the Britannia empire), it felt more like the second arc of the story rather than the beginning of the end. It seems to me that this part of the story is a new one entirely rather than continuing where they have left off, given that most of the questions left at the end of season 1 and also at the beginning of season 2 have already been answered. What is left for the writers now is that how Lelouch would end up in the end. As a matter of fact, the kiss Lelouch and Kallen had, signals the beginning of the end. It is clear shown that Lelouch’s true intention is redemption–of being the more evil person so that Euphemia’s tarnished name (since the Japanese massacre) would be overshadowed by his own ruthlessness. To create a better world that Nunnally have always wished for. To make everyone his enemy so that people would stand united against him. Though this seems to be the case, I still find it hard to believe that he still uses his Geass to make up his “loyal” subjects. In this way, somehow, the story is progressing as how Gundam 00 season 1 was. In any case, redemption will be the central theme of the Code Geass R2 finale and it is very likely that many would be saddened by the ending. On an unrelated topic, the Knight of Zero–Kururugi Suzaku–is probably the most gay-looking knight. Ever.


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