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Code: Realize ~Guardian of Rebirth~ Anime In The Works


Code Realize Guardian of Rebirth 001 - 20150816Over the weekend, Idea Factory announced that an anime adapatation of Code: Realize ~Guardian of Rebirth~ is in the works. No details were announced on the series as of press time.

Code: Realize ~Guardian of Rebirth~ is a visual novel from Idea Factory, which was originally released last year on Sony’s PlayStation Vita handheld. The title brings togeher a cast of literary and historical figures like Arsène Lupin, Abraham Van Helsing, Victor Frankenstein, Impey Barbicane, and Count Saint-Germain in a steampunk aesthetic.

Aksys Games will release the title in North America later this year.

You can check out the opening to the original visual novel below:

Source: Anime News Network

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