Enjoying Code Geass R2? I’m sure you are. I know I am… but now there’s this little bit of info that really irks me. See how… slightly odd Geass has been going? I mean it’s GOOD, Great, AMAZING but “some” people would say not perfect.

If you’re one of those people, well you’re right. Code Geass R2 actually went horribly wrong according to an interview Celiss Galvea did with Taniguchi (The Director of Code Geass and Code Geass R2).

In fact, things went horribly wrong as far back as Season 1. You know it sorta irks me that the already AWESOME anime could’ve been 10 times better. Some of the stuff that Taniguchi mentions would’ve ROCKED.

Check out the Interivew below:

[Interview]

Source: Code Trainwreck

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