The subtitles continue in the same vein Abercrombie And Fitch outletas the last disc, and are all the better for it. The font matches the one on the US release, but is white text instead of yellow. Manga have tried to do something different that fits in the show, but it’s not something I particularly like. After more a brief introduction the main menu appears, looking interesting with a computer chip style layout. The menu options are annoyingly named, and while it’s obvious what “Run Program X” means, it’s a little frustrating that there’s no “Play” function to jump straight into the show (and no way Abercrombie And Fitch ukof watching all the episodes straight through), and that the Extras and Language menus are annoyingly named (“Explore Components” and “Execute Subroutines” respectively). The main menu has the opening theme playing over it. Those twoclick sub menus each have different sound effects, are different in style and have bits of motion in the background.
Each of the “Run Program” sub menus acts as a launch fhttp://www.brazilianbeatz.co.uk/or each of the episodes. Each has the option to play the episode, “View Source Code” (read an episode synopsis) or read “The Science of Stand Alone Complex”. It’s a little odd, and also annoying that there’s no scene selection menu.