Whatever it was about, be it awesome mechas and mysterious abilities, brilliant geniuses, or exciting tales of plot twists and turns, Code Geass presented all the elements at an exemplary level.
Through this, the show soared to the top and exhibited a high level of action and excitement during its entire run. It’s among the most beloved and loved series ever made in the world of anime.
In the wake of Code Geass’s amassing a great amount of fame, popularity, and acclaim, it’s no wonder that the fans are seeking similar shows and others.
So I gave in to the urge to offer you suggestions on other anime.
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Relax now and enjoy!
Aldnoah.Zero is an anime that comprehends the price of war like Code Geass does and presents the world in which deaths are at the number of millions and huge losses have been suffered by both sides, making characters face a daunting decision to make.
We must have luck on our side otherwise this show will end quickly.
What I find to be the thing that is what makes Aldnoah captivating, although it’s just twelve episodes in length (compared to the first season of Code Geass that comprised 26 hours).
And the willingness of the characters to sacrifice their mecha technology, in the beginning, to pursue more tactical strategies like hacking into enemy headquarters remotely using computer viruses that were implanted in them before – these actions do not only put the heroes at risk but also show how intelligent the villain is!
21. Darker Than Black
In the realm that is Darker than Black, there’s an apocalypse when Hell Gate appears in Tokyo.
It’s a time of supernatural powers and a change in the world of reality.
His awakening powers aren’t much different from Lelouch’s.
He handles his power more carefully.
However, their ways of life don’t vary much because both are able to resist the events in the world around them.
The Gates were described as places where physical laws are not observed, and along there were Contractors.
They were those who wanted to sacrifice their humanity in exchange for supernatural powers- emerged from the midst of Hell’s Gate after they appeared in the course of a single day.
Misaki Kirihara is caught in conflict with a notorious contractor known as Hei, who is known as the “Black Reaper” underground.
When she discovers his plot to sabotage her world, it escalates into an intense struggle between two realms: “ours as well as theirs.”
20. Eureka Seven
What do mechas, conflicting factions, and bizarre revelations all have in the same?
These are just a few of the things we loved when watching Code Geass!
Let’s now take a look at another mecha show with the same plot components: Eureka Seven.
When Renton is just a child and loves to indulge in fantasies about riding Trapar particle waves and then joining the Gekkostate(a Light Finding Operation) an aircraft mercenary organization.
The life of Renton has changed abruptly when his childhood acquaintance Eureka arrives in town in search of LFO repair services!
In his early days as an amateur, Renton was recruited by the Gekkostate because of his “showing great potential.”
It was a surprise to him that this would be the beginning of his long journey that would take unexpected twists.
19. Kill La Kill
Kill la Kill was a huge hit for the production company TRIGGER.
The story isn’t as dramatic and it’s fascinating to watch Ryuuko develop into her own and how the small-scale school politics reflect what goes on in the society and also when living fibers take over Earth as crucial tools in the fight for control of our planet!
18. Mobile Suit Gundam SEED
Mobile Suit Gundam SEED offers an alternative to the usual war-themed show since it focuses more on the ways in which those who are in control can control the world.
It is a show about how the Cosmic Era divides humanity between normal people and those who have had their genes altered.
This schism can be seen in terms like Lelouch’s rebellion in Code Geass, yet it handles them with the elegance that is its own.
Kira Yamato is a Coordinator and student at the university on Heliopolis When his existence gets thrown into chaos as ZAF is threatening the colony in a bid to steal five top-of-the-line mobiles used by the military, called Gundams.
Gundam Strike Strike Gundam is the last one of its kind.
However, Kira Zeus piloted it to victory.
The Archangel provides him with a much-needed time to escape war and death for a few days, but in the near future, Kira will be back fighting with his fellow soldiers right alongside the gun!
RahXephon is a mecha series that attempts to encourage the genre to grow with a similar approach as Neon Genesis Evangelion.
RahXephon deals with an adolescent mech pilot protagonist who doesn’t have nearly as much power or agency as Lelouch Lamperouge from Code Geass.
But they both feel complacent about their situation-RahXeprhon’s Ayato Kamina wants desperately to find purpose and validation for his life; a discovery that pushes him past redemption point.
16. Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann
Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann and Code Geass are both chaotic mecha show that explores the world that is in turmoil.
However, the former is more action-oriented and the latter is more passive.
Both shows explore the ways in which war can cause deaths and should be avoided instead of made into a profit, but Code Geass wallows more on the moral implications of those choices.
For those who want to be lost in the abstract world of art or to avoid a sense of overwhelming despair, Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagaan might be just your need!
15. Hunter X Hunter
Hunter X Hunter is illustrated and written by Yoshihiro Togashi.
It is an epic battle story that follows a boy called Gon and his journey on the road to becoming a hunter, just like his father.
The factors that have brought Hunter The X Hunter into notoriety are its large casting, its dazzling Battle System, and its distinctiveness.
Hunter”X Hunter isn’t the typical shonen game in which the hero becomes magically effective in a fight due to the strength of friendship or something similar to that.
Each battle that occurs in Hunter the X Hunter will be more complex than just a fight, they are based around specific Nen abilities that players use in a very strategic method to confuse opponents and ensure victory.
14. Re: Zero
The story is about Subaru Natsuki who is transported to an alternate world.
In contrast to other clichés, Subaru does not possess any super-powered powers, apart from one: He is able to virtually always come back to his former self after dying.
Due to its mature characteristics, viewers will require an ardent heart to enjoy this series.
The suffering that Subaru endures when he is killed by monsters and friends alike, and returning to life only to suffer the same fate will make any viewer feel a frightening feeling.
If you’re a fan of Code Geass because of its maturity, you won’t be wrong with Re: Zero.
13. Future Diary
Future Diary is a thriller with a psychological theme illustrated and written by Sakae Esuno.
It’s a grueling battle royale between twelve anonymous players in search of the prize that is the title of the next God of Time as well as Space.
Every player receives the Future Diary which, as the name implies, is able to forecast the future.
Future Diary is not an average battle royale anime that has long battles and weak plots.
It is an insane mix of taking ten steps ahead of the game and a plethora of epic plot twists.
If you are a fan of Code Geass because of its design, you’re sure to enjoy Future Diary.
12. The Promised Neverland
The Promised Neverland is an anime hit that isn’t a typical Shounen stereotype.
It is more of a psychological anime that follows three highly intelligent children who were raised in a secluded and happy orphanage until they realize that it’s an animal farm.
They do their best to escape but are taken by surprise by how difficult it is for them when one attempts and is unsuccessful on his own.
It gives all three kids hope because there’s nothing worse than being held as food, it’s having no one other than you to share your experience of what could be never-ending suffering.
11. Steins; Gate
Steins’s Gate is a contemporary classic that centers around a self-described Mad Scientist named Okabe Rintarou.
Okabe, during an educational lecture on time travel, meets Makise Kurisu, who is later discovered dead.
While trying to text his pals, he mistakenly wanders through time and into an alternate world.
Steins; Gate is about time travel and the consequences that it has caused.
The plot that is Steins’ Gate is a tangled web of quirks that many viewers are bewildered and that’s the reason why those who are fans of the game Code Geass have become enthralled by the series to such an extent.
10. Kaiji Ultimate Survivor
Kaiji Ultimate Survivor is a casino-themed anime that has a high-energy and dramatic scene.
Kaiji, the main character of the show, is not a typical hero.
He is a far cry from an ideal role model.
Kaji drinks a lot and gambling which led to the fact that his life was a mess frequently.
When people are forced against the wall, and their lives are in danger People display immense strength.
This is a common occurrence within Kaiji Ultimate Survivor.
Kaiji with his unique concepts and taking on huge risks is determined to survive another day.
And the suspenseful tension during these risks is what makes the show a cult.
Psycho-Pass is an anime that takes place in a futuristic future in which crimes are almost zero.
The story is set in 22nd-century Japan in which the chance of someone who commits a crime, known as “the Psycho-Pass,” has been determined through the Sibyl System.
Based on this measure, actions are taken against these people regardless of whether or not there has been a crime committed.
The story follows the actions of an enforcement officer Shinya Kogami who is in an ethical dilemma following her encounter with Shogo Makishima the criminal whose Psycho-Pass does not increase despite his tendency to commit crimes.
This is the perfect show for those who want to watch characters respond to moral dilemmas of a complex nature.
8. Suisei no Gargantia
Suisei no Gargentia is another show that has the highest levels of action at its most climactic moments.
While I agree that it’s a little less intense in its story, however, Suisei no Gantia’s revelations and climactic performances are comparable to Code Geass.
There are some cool mechas in this!
In a distant futuristic future, galactic conflict against the aggressive creatures called “Hideause” is taking place in space.
However, in one of the biggest combats that take place in space, the young pilot Ledo and his robotic Chamber are defeated in a devastating way that causes them to fall into the world that is believed to be inhabited, Earth.
To Ledo’s surprise, Earth isn’t the slumbering and barren planet he was taught about during his time at his space base.
In a state of ignorance about society and its lifestyle, Ledo ventures out on Earth to find ways to return to his home base.
However, it’s not so simple as it appears all communication routes in space are currently closed, and it will take some time to allow Chamber to navigate all the channels.
So, Ledo is temporarily forced to stay with his new friends, Amy and the other residents of Gargantia.
7. Guilty Crown
One young man caught in enormous worldwide chaos, a mysterious girl with mysterious origins with one power of the apocalypse be the ultimate ruler of all.
All of these related elements and you’ll have Guilty Crown.
Following the tragic event that was dubbed “Lost Christmas,” concerned with a virus known as”the “Apocalyptic Virus,” Japan was since then under the direction of a control group called the GHQ.
It’s unclear the exact nature of what GHQ is actually after or the motives behind their actions.
However, they did find a foe within the rebel group known as The Funeral Parlour.
Amid the battle, the high school boy, Ouma Shu, runs into a shrewd girl known as Yuzuriha Inori, and discovers an uncanny power that can be utilized to eliminate hearts with voids.
Shu is then able to use the power referred to by the name of “Right Hand of the King,” which imposes the Guilty Crown on him.
Monster is an emotional thriller that is a mind twist from a manga illustrated and written by Naoki Urasawa.
The story in Monster revolves around Dr. Kenzo Tenma and the mysterious villain Johan.
Kenzo was a skilled surgeon, but he lost his status due to his decision to operate on a child named Johan instead of the Mayor, regardless of their political power.
Monster is not a tale about a mythical creature who takes over the world.
Instead, it’s a tale about human psychology and how a basic human can manipulate another to fulfill his morality.
In the course of the story, the main character is the character Dr. Kenzo is in search of a Johan to put an end to the existence of a monster that he brought back.
5. Kakumeiki Valvrave (Valvrave the Liberator)
Humans typically reside in spherical towns situated in space.
Three political powerhouses are in existence: Dorsia Military Pact Federation (a military alliance), ARUS, and JIOR.
None of them are associated or associated with other alliances or blocs that could affect their dominance on the planet’s surface.
However, one day the thread of a weak thread gets ruptured when Module 77 is attacked by an unidentified adversary that was a member of the Dorsia Military Pact Federation while there were also students who were enrolled in the area, with no one knowing the situation they were forced into until each person was aware of one thing that was the Valvraves!
The 24 episodes of the fantasy-based anime Kakumeiki Valvrave follows Tokishima Haruto, a 17-year-old high school student who, along with his fellow classmates, and his allies utilizes Valvraves in order to defend their own lives.
Be part of their struggles, situations, and reveal the details of a world that has been which is pulled into war through a plot that reaches into the deepest of.
4. No Game No Life
No Game No Life is an entertaining anime created by Yu Kamiya.
The story is about siblings who are transported to an alternate universe through God Of Game.
God Of Game. Shiro and Sora together referred to as Blank_, are pro gamers who are unbeaten at any level.
After defeating a person named Tet at a Chess game they are transported to a world controlled by games.
In this world, everything is controlled by games and everyone has to adhere to the Ten Pledges, which prevent any other kind of conflict.
With the other races of this world being extremely smart and knowledgeable The story follows the siblings towards the highest levels of the game chain.
3. Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood
If dramatic battle sequences and devilish political conspiracy theories are your favorite ingredients then Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood may just meet your high expectations.
In the world of equilibrium and balance, the rules must be established to conform to what is the basic logic behind the world. This rule is mainly adhered to in the realm of alchemy.
One day, however, 2 brothers (known as the Elric brothers) violate the natural law of nature by trying to revive their mother after she died! The result is that they are punished severely for defiling God’s natural law.
Edward Elric loses some of his limbs and Alphonse loses the whole body.
Then, they have to begin a journey as alchemists of the state to recover the things they lost.
They begin to scurry across the continent hoping to locate a stone dubbed”the Philosopher’s Stone, said to be the most powerful method of alchemy.
2. Blast Of Tempest
You may think this is another instance of a random woman offering free magic powers, as C.C. from Code Geass, but there’s more to this story than this.
The mysterious mage is not a different character than Hakaze Kusaribe of Zetsuen no tempest!
The tree in Genesis, along with the one in Exodus, has been at war for a long time.
Both are in conflict in their ability to make or break life.
The man who is determined to bring back the Tree of Exodus, Samon Kisaribe, does not have a problem removing his sister Hakaze Kusaribe.
As the most powerful mage of their clan Hakaze is not without a trick in her arsenal.
Hakaze relays messages across the ocean hoping that they will be found by someone.
A young man called Mahiro Fuwa spots the messages and makes contact with Hakaze.
In a desperate attempt to get revenge for his sister in his thoughts, Mahiro makes a deal with Hakaze to stop the rebirth of the Tree of Genesis.
But Yoshino Takigawa is pulled into the mess when the latter decides to help out!
1. Death Note
If you’re in search of an anime similar to Code Geass in terms of the overall character’s personality and attitude The sudden and mysterious power-acquisition, the powerful notion of justice, as well as the brilliant play of tacticians the Death Note would be the best choice.
The Death Note narrates the uncanny tale of how Shinigami’s journal of his death, known as the Death Note, fell into the hands of Yagami Light, a curious student who lives by his powerful sense of justice.
At first, he’s not sure about using his Death Note.
When he discovers the power of this device and its capabilities, he begins to implement his plan to punish everyone who is a criminal around the globe and bring everyone closer to his ideals.
With this at heart, he decides to work under the name of Kira.
It doesn’t matter if you believe it’s right or not It’s up to you.
Through the power of his Death Note, Kira can determine and transform the world.
However, one day, an unidentified but genius person, who goes by “L,” shows up to take on Kira in his own game.