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The ReBorn Project was meant to terraform the planet, to restore it to its former beauty and make it inhabitable once more. Great ships called Arks were constructed, and humanity boarded them to wait for the project to complete. But... something went wrong. One by one, the Arks have crashed back into the planet, where the world is even more desolate than before, and strange hostile creatures called Otelo and Coded have appeared, a war ongoing between Black and White. A young man named Gene awakens on the surface after his Ark crashes, where he soon discovers that he is what's known as a Warhead, a type of warrior that are the link between Human and Coded. Just what happened with the ReBorn Project, and what will become of Gene's planet?

Code Age Commanders is a stage-based third-person action game. The player initially controls only Gene, but will eventually earn access to three other characters. The game is broken into missions, which have varying objectives such as to reach a specific place or defeat certain enemies. Clearing missions will unlock further missions, some of which move the story forward, and some of which take place in the past and fill in the backstory. Clearing missions will also award Code Points (CP), which can be used to purchase and upgrade so-called Code Extensions, which are upgrades that can be equipped on the player characters to increase their abilities or grant them new weapons.

The game plays similarly to other 3D action games such as Dynasty Warriors. Each character can attack with weapons equipped on each arm, stringing them together into combos, as well as block enemy attacks, dash, or use special moves called "Heroic Actions". In addition to a regular life meter, there is also a gauge for each arm's power level which depletes from using special attacks and must be allowed to recharge over time.


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Alternate Titles

  • "コード・エイジ コマンダーズ 〜継ぐ者 継がれる者〜" -- Japanese spelling

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RPG Kingdom Mar 11, 2006 13 out of 20 65
Legendra Feb 23, 2007 2 Stars2 Stars2 Stars2 Stars2 Stars 40


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雷堂嬢太朗 -raido.jotaro- (60757) added Code Age Commanders: Tsugumono Tsugarerumono (PlayStation 2) on Jan 01, 2013