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Posted 7/31/14

Otaku_Scheisse wrote:


carmensakura07 wrote:


Otaku_Scheisse wrote:


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is this a remake of the anime ?


it's not really a remake.

Just a reedit.

Meaning, there is some new scenes added to the original.


oohhh is it worth seeing it again ? :/


depends.

are you a hardcore fan?
If yes, then, YES YOU MUST WATCH IT.

If no, then, don't waste your time.

Because this reedit is like the summary of the original with a few extra scenes.



hmm well i may try it cause it was one of the anime that had a plot. it wasnt like sao


do tell me what you think if you do catch it~~~! xPP
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Kikusui10 wrote:

For those currently watching this version and has seen the first psycho pass anime. Is there enough new content to make it worth it watching this new edit, if you have seen the first one?

grimbonez wrote:

so, i've never seen psycho pass before but i wanna get into it. should i watch this, or the original? i know this is just a re-edit, but some times the edits work against the show instead of for it.

any other thoughts on the original vs the re-edit?

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is this a remake of the anime ?

I watched the first season last year and I've watched all 3 episodes of the re-edit that aired so far and from what I've seen, the re-edit is basically the first season. The only real difference is that they added 2 or 3 scenes every episode.

The format is different too. The first season had 22 episodes (each 23 min.) and the re-edit has 11 episodes (each 46-47 min.). In case it's not obvious, 1 episode of the re-edit equals 2 episodes of the original broadcast with added scenes.

Now from what I've noticed, there are usually 2 added scenes per episode, and they're usually monologues. There's one at the beginning and one at the middle of the episode. The one at the middle of the episode, as you might have guessed, serves as a transition in between the two jointed episodes of the original broadcast.

Episode 1 Added Scenes: A Makishima monologue (my favorite one so far) at he beginning of the episode. A Kogami monologue in the the middle for the transition.

Episode 2 Added Scenes: Makishima talking to one of his associates at the beginning. A Tsunemori monologue in the the middle for the transition.

Episode 3 Added Scenes: (Either I didn't notice them or I can't remember.)

Personally, I knew what I was getting into when I started watching this. With Psycho-Pass Season 2 airing this Fall, I planned on rewatching the first season just before it aired anyway. But with the re-edit airing just before I thought I might as well watch this version. So now I'm enjoying this glorious show again with a few added scenes and I'll still have fresh in mind when the 2nd season airs.

TL;DR: If you haven't watched the first season or if you wanna rewatch it before the 2nd season airs, I highly recommend you watch this version. It's the same thing with a few added scenes. And if you watched the 1st season and you're expecting a lot of new content out of this, don't and just wait for season 2.

TL;DR the ''TL;DR'': 'This is a rebroadcast of the 1st season with with a few added scenes. Not a summary.
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Posted 7/31/14

Kurodenki wrote:


Kikusui10 wrote:

For those currently watching this version and has seen the first psycho pass anime. Is there enough new content to make it worth it watching this new edit, if you have seen the first one?

grimbonez wrote:

so, i've never seen psycho pass before but i wanna get into it. should i watch this, or the original? i know this is just a re-edit, but some times the edits work against the show instead of for it.

any other thoughts on the original vs the re-edit?

Otaku_Scheisse wrote:

is this a remake of the anime ?

I watched the first season last year and I've watched all 3 episodes of the re-edit that aired so far and from what I've seen, the re-edit is basically the first season. The only real difference is that they added 2 or 3 scenes every episode.

The format is different too. The first season had 22 episodes (each 23 min.) and the re-edit has 11 episodes (each 46-47 min.). In case it's not obvious, 1 episode of the re-edit equals 2 episodes of the original broadcast with added scenes.

Now from what I've noticed, there are usually 2 added scenes per episode, and they're usually monologues. There's one at the beginning and one at the middle of the episode. The one at the middle of the episode, as you might have guessed, serves as a transition in between the two jointed episodes of the original broadcast.

Episode 1 Added Scenes: A Makishima monologue (my favorite one so far) at he beginning of the episode. A Kogami monologue in the the middle for the transition.

Episode 2 Added Scenes: Makishima talking to one of his associates at the beginning. A Tsunemori monologue in the the middle for the transition.

Episode 3 Added Scenes: (Either I didn't notice them or I can't remember.)

Personally, I knew what I was getting into when I started watching this. With Psycho-Pass Season 2 airing this Fall, I planned on rewatching the first season just before it aired anyway. But with the re-edit airing just before I thought I might as well watch this version. So now I'm enjoying this glorious show again with a few added scenes and I'll still have fresh in mind when the 2nd season airs.

TL;DR: If you haven't watched the first season or if you wanna rewatch it before the 2nd season airs, I highly recommend you watch this version. It's the same thing with a few added scenes. And if you watched the 1st season and you're expecting a lot of new content out of this, don't and just wait for season 2.

TL;DR the ''TL;DR'': 'This is a rebroadcast of the 1st season with with a few added scenes. Not a summary.


yeah i have seen the first season and i liked it thats why i asked well i am also going to watch the re-edit version as u said to have in mind what is going on until the second season airs! Thanks for u help
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I am surprised that episode 4 won't air given that it aired previously, in the original broadcast. But I guess the producers are extra sensitive when "similar" murders occur. The cynical side of me thinks they don't terribly mind the extra publicity.
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I'm enjoying the extended edits, even though I literally finished watching this show for the first time a few months ago.. but then again, I thought this show was phenomenal. one of the best shows I'd seen in at least a decade or so.
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carmensakura07 wrote:

Because the edits is a summary of the the original one.

So that means, it moves really quickly that there isn't time to digest if you are new.

Whereas the original one doesn't move that quickly.

The original series was 22 episodes aired in a 30 minute timeslot. This series is 11 episodes aired in a 1 hour timeslot.

It should be obvious from that this is no "summary", nor does it move faster.

With half as many OPs and EDs, it actually has a few more minutes to fill each episode.

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Posted 7/31/14

carmensakura07 wrote:


Kikusui10 wrote:

For those currently watching this version and has seen the first psycho pass anime. Is there enough new content to make it worth it watching this new edit, if you have seen the first one?


if you are a hardcore fan who really love this series, then, you definitely must watch it.

If you are not, then don't.

Because it sorta feel like a summary of the first one with some extra scenes. so yea.


Well i will keep that in mind if i suddely get in the mood for psycho pass. There are so many great animes out there that come before though, so i will wait for now.
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deadpanditto wrote:

I am surprised that episode 4 won't air given that it aired previously, in the original broadcast. But I guess the producers are extra sensitive when "similar" murders occur. The cynical side of me thinks they don't terribly mind the extra publicity.


Being that I'm not from Japan I can only guess, but I would assume this particular case is being highly politicized and/or the media is focusing heavily on it to the point where it would be a PR disaster for them to air it, and not airing it makes them look like good guys. I can't imagine they would pull it if this was just a small snippet in the papers or something, even if they knew of it.

Personally I think it's a shame to waste an entire episode, but I can understand the motivation of not wanting to be painted as insensitive assholes for the rest of your career. It's hard to really understand the situation without actually being there, but we've certainly had similar things happen in the US, IE the episode of Pokemon where a giant Tentacruel wrecks a city being pulled shortly after 9/11.
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I saw EP 4 today no problem! I think it is just in Japan!

BTW rewatching this reaffiems that is a great anime! Makishima is in own warped sense right about art being censored with the Sybil system!

It showed Rikako being chased geting caught in the trap and getiing the shotgun blast uncensored!
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Posted 7/31/14

TheAncientOne wrote:


carmensakura07 wrote:

Because the edits is a summary of the the original one.

So that means, it moves really quickly that there isn't time to digest if you are new.

Whereas the original one doesn't move that quickly.

The original series was 22 episodes aired in a 30 minute timeslot. This series is 11 episodes aired in a 1 hour timeslot.

It should be obvious from that this is no "summary", nor does it move faster.

With half as many OPs and EDs, it actually has a few more minutes to fill each episode.



I mean, through that calculation, it shouldn't feel faster.

But for me, it does feel faster. Just a little.

But that's just my opinion.

Ah, that's where they get the time for the extra scenes. lol.
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Lots of Psycho-Pass today EPS 5 and 6 . To be honest it as good as when it first aired and is still a top anime! I like how deep this anime goes on lots of levels!
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Posted 8/7/14
The original (22 episodes) is now up on Netflix .
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FLjerry2011 wrote:

Lots of Psycho-Pass today EPS 5 and 6 . To be honest it as good as when it first aired and is still a top anime! I like how deep this anime goes on lots of levels!


AGREED.

I am just so glad that two episodes aired today. It's just a great day~~~!
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Ummm so Hulu is nuking the whole series for some reason. Dub and Sub is down to 4 episodes and the Re-Edit version was removed entirely. Can anyone elaborate lol?
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rentadawg wrote:

Ummm so Hulu is nuking the whole series for some reason. Dub and Sub is down to 4 episodes and the Re-Edit version was removed entirely. Can anyone elaborate lol?

That's strange since Funimation's own site still shows 1-6 of the Re-Edit available for free viewing, as well as all episodes of the original.

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