Anonymous;Code details Vatican Hacker Agent, Third Secret of Fatima & Gaudi Code

These urban legends are tied to the secrets of Anonymous;Code.

This week’s Anonymous;Code update introduces the Chiyomaru Studio-developed visual novel game’s Vatican Hacker Agent, and The Third Secret of Fatima & Gaudi Code.

If you missed it, publisher 5pb. previously introduced us to GAI Computer Corporation and the GAIA Earth Simulator, Bambi Kurashin and the Cyber Force Doll idol unit, Team Azoth and the Graper, The Ghost and the Brain-machine Interface, and characters Pollon, Momo, and Cross, and The Arecibo Message.

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Vatican Hacker Agent

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David Jesue and Rosario Rossallini are hacker agents dispatched from the Vatican, the headquarters of the Catholic church. They came to Japan chasing the whereabouts of the head programmer who disappeared from the Vatican. They are hackers and cool-headed assassins who are loyal to their faith.

The Third Secret of Fatima & Gaudi Code

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The “Third Prophecy,” what was told by an oracle in a small village in Portugal in 1917, was concealed by the Vatican because its contents are too shocking. And then, there’s the mysterious magic square of the Sagrada Familia, which is to be completed in 2026, designed by Gaudi. These urban legends are similar to the Arecibo Message, and are tied to the secrets of Anonymous;Code.

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