>>137624414 >Did you forget you can get realistic robo sex with the major for some money? Since when? I never saw this once in the show, as much as it was implied in S1 through her character model at no point was she ever portrayed as a slut or sex object. Not that i'd say no
>>137624396 And having no mental deviance whatsoever is another. What's that? you masturbate to chinese cartoon drawings? +100 to your PP, that's one cloudy hue you got there.
PP doesn't measure how much of a criminal you are, it measures how far you deviate from an artificial neurotypical standard. Most of the people spending any amount of time on this website would fail a scan and get pizza'd for committing the heinous crime of having an opinion.
Not to mention that with the heavy censorship and state-controlled command economy you'd have no access to any sort of fetish porn. Sites like sadpanda would be blocked. Any forum where you can express your opinion freely, or read the free opinions of others would be blocked and even searching for one would put you on the watch list.
This is a one-size-fits-all world where you only have human rights if you move to the beat of that one drum. Shitsux.
>>137624396 >Stress level and cymatic scan determine a person's crime coefficient >The moment someone experiences any basic ass emotion, they get +1 to their Psycho Pass. >Akane starts gaining a darker psycho pass the moment she witnesses her friend die. You're fucking retarded. I won't even continue to have this argument because your fucking headcanon is getting in the way. So fuck off.
I haven't managed to watch either of these series. I'm pretty sure I just hate cyberpunk. Why would you want to watch a world so fucked up in such completely inevitable ways, when you could be watching literally anything else. There's nothing that could be more depressing.
>>137625129 Well it's not really all that fucked. Gibsonesque cyberpunk tends to be a gritty but ultimately pretty optimistic vision of the future. It focuses a lot on how people use technology and the culture that forms around that technology to navigate bad shit and face problems and tends to be a vision of the future that's hyperlibertarian capitalism that neither really condones or condemns it. It just shows a dangerous future where people have more freedom than they know what to do with and the technology to do anything. The rampant crime and grungy punk culture that tends to be focal for cyberpunk is supposed to be a good thing, because the ways in which regular people resist authority through technology. It's all about power and control and resistance to it -whether it be on the personal level of human traffickers using technology to suppress the agency of their sex slaves or whole cultures using the japanese criminal underground to trade 516 megabyte sticks of RAM for bootleg electronic contraband.
Probably the most dismaying thing about cyberpunk is that it's not inevitable. Most of the technology we are slowly discovery and integrating roughly analogous to those in a cyberpunk world will never be tools of freedom or any resistance to corporate, cultural or judicial control and few if any will ever trickle down to the layman's hand as anything other than watered down apple-ified schlock. Cyberpunk glorifies the hacker and tech nerd culture of the 70's and 80's, the era when nobody knew enough about this weird and magical thing called the personal computer to ever think to regulate the information that passes through it. And instead of that wild-west of coding and technology ever reaching the hands of the mainstream public, it was summarily ignored until the smartphone handed people an easy-to-use and stripped down version, safely controlled and regulated and simplified for the discriminating consumer.
>>137625129 PP isn't cyberpunk. It's closer to a really typical dystopia than a cyberpunk. Most cyberpunk stuff really isn't dystopic, though it technically can be. PP doesn't really have much of the elements or aesthetic of cyberpunk -it's more or less just a utilitarian technocommunist hell. I think most of the world building in it was more or less just taking the piss at China
>>137625590 >and few if any will ever trickle down to the layman's hand as anything other than watered down apple-ified schlock. Just because all you buy are apple products doesn't mean there aren't alternatives available to you.
Did you think technology was magically going to make the masses more intelligent? The steam engine didn't make every man an engineer, why would you think that computers will make every man a programmer?
>>137624073 GitS. Go full cyborg if i could afford it. If not - basic brain cybenisation. Spend my time in VR 2.0 chating with you fags ether on some future form of 4chan or some private server without any restrictions: illigal content, pirated software, etc. The worst that can happen to you - get your brain fried/hacked (you are relativly safe from this if you dont do anything major/dive into the deepweb)
In PP you are fucked - have a single deviant thought - pizza'd, get attacked by some random hobo - get pizza'd for panicing. Try to share some fetish porn on web - get swatted and thrown into assylym.
>>137627378 I haven't seen arise, but that sounds off to me. What separated Japanese cyberpunk from western cyberpunk was the unique tie that Japan's government has with the private sector in the form of the iron triangle. It gave the whole series an air of believability and complexity that I don't think you see in other scifi (or much in fiction at all). If you just make the corporations more powerful than the government you're just aping western cyberpunk which is more representative of western society. I think that you'd lose a lot of the depth if you did that.
>>137627546 It's not that corporations are more powerful than the government in ARISE, but the Major talks about it in future tense. >Even assuming that conglomerates will eliminate all nations and races one day, the state's role isn't over yet I've never seen anyone argue that the government's ties to the private sector were characteristic of Japanese cyberpunk, and I don't remember it being particularly prominent in SAC either, aside from all the corruption.
You should just watch ARISE, it's not as bad as people like to say it is.
>>137624073 would I actually live in the world of Ghost in the Shell with all the characters and shit and world war 3 and 4 or would it be the same exact world that I live in now but with GitS technology?
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