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Aug 4, 2014 5:03 AM
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I can't find info on this anywhere T-T
Is this supposed to be a recap, remake, or something??
Did they add omake scenes? OVA?

Is there a reason to watch this over the original series?
What difference does it have?
Does anybody know?
 
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Aug 4, 2014 5:09 AM

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It's a rebroadcast edited to show two episodes per week which explains the air time of ~1 hour with added 1 - 2 minutes of footage--mostly for transition. The new footage aren't significant. You can either watch the rebroadcast or the original series. Doesn't really matter.
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Aug 4, 2014 5:13 AM

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A recap. It's simply a re-edited and compressed version of the original 22 episodes into eleven 1-hour long episodes with no difference cept some newly produced footage.

No there isn't a reason to watch this over the previous make. It's a mere recap with more uselessly added monologues after all. You're welcome to watch it if you so wish though.
 
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Aug 4, 2014 5:16 AM

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Ryukatsuka said:
A recap. It's simply a re-edited and compressed version of the original 22 episodes into eleven 1-hour long episodes with no difference cept some newly produced footage.

No there isn't a reason to watch this over the previous make. It's a mere recap with more uselessly added monologues after all. You're welcome to watch it if you so wish though.
It's not a recap, it's a rebroadcast.
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Aug 4, 2014 5:22 AM

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orithyea said:
Ryukatsuka said:
A recap. It's simply a re-edited and compressed version of the original 22 episodes into eleven 1-hour long episodes with no difference cept some newly produced footage.

No there isn't a reason to watch this over the previous make. It's a mere recap with more uselessly added monologues after all. You're welcome to watch it if you so wish though.
It's not a recap, it's a rebroadcast.

Technicalities. They're re broadcasting what's already happened with some slight added scenes for transitioning so the term isn't really misleading.
 
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Aug 4, 2014 5:34 AM

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Ryukatsuka said:
orithyea said:
It's not a recap, it's a rebroadcast.

Technicalities. They're re broadcasting what's already happened with some slight added scenes for transitioning so the term isn't really misleading.
I'm emphasizing because this is the main reason it isn't allowed on MAL. And yes, it is misleading. A recap is a summary, unless it's a 'full' recap stated officially.
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Aug 4, 2014 5:45 AM

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orithyea said:
Ryukatsuka said:

Technicalities. They're re broadcasting what's already happened with some slight added scenes for transitioning so the term isn't really misleading.
I'm emphasizing because this is the main reason it isn't allowed on MAL. And yes, it is misleading. A recap is a summary, unless it's a 'full' recap stated officially.

The reason is due to a misunderstanding on the mods behalf based on their belief that the newly added scenes isn't sufficient justification for it to have a separate entry on the database. Nothing to do with an incorrectly used term. And for those who've already watched the series, it's little more than a protracted recap.

I don't know if you're nitpicking because you believe the OP (as a new viewer) will fall into confusion because of the term or...?
 
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Aug 4, 2014 6:54 AM

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Ryukatsuka said:
orithyea said:

The reason is due to a misunderstanding on the mods behalf based on their belief that the newly added scenes isn't sufficient justification for it to have a separate entry on the database. Nothing to do with an incorrectly used term. And for those who've already watched the series, it's little more than a protracted recap.

I don't know if you're nitpicking because you believe the OP (as a new viewer) will fall into confusion because of the term or...?
I've watched the series and am watching the "re-edit version". I know what I'm watching, and it isn't a recap; and what I'm doing isn't called nitpicking. That so-called incorrectly used term is the key factor for the (current) guidelines. The content isn't what they're basing on. I don't get how you fail to see that. Also, stop speaking for the others.

Recap =/= rebroadcast. Anyway, I'm going to drop it. What I'm stating has already been said before.
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Aug 7, 2014 7:54 AM
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I have never watched Psycho-Pass so should I watch the PP Extended Edition or normal? I know the extended edition is still airing, but I can wait. So do you think that the few added scenes are worth waiting?
 
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FinnishBaka said:
I have never watched Psycho-Pass so should I watch the PP Extended Edition or normal? I know the extended edition is still airing, but I can wait. So do you think that the few added scenes are worth waiting?
Nope, because the pacing is off and I fall asleep while watching it.
 
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FinnishBaka said:
I have never watched Psycho-Pass so should I watch the PP Extended Edition or normal? I know the extended edition is still airing, but I can wait. So do you think that the few added scenes are worth waiting?


First off there are only like 2-3 min of extra scenes per min so it's not like you're watching a lot more.
Second, the extra scenes give you a lot of insight into the main antagonist, Makishima, and imo they're very intriguing. I would highly recommend watching extended edition.
 
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Watashi20 said:
FinnishBaka said:
I have never watched Psycho-Pass so should I watch the PP Extended Edition or normal? I know the extended edition is still airing, but I can wait. So do you think that the few added scenes are worth waiting?


First off there are only like 2-3 min of extra scenes per min so it's not like you're watching a lot more.
Second, the extra scenes give you a lot of insight into the main antagonist, Makishima, and imo they're very intriguing. I would highly recommend watching extended edition.

Thanks, I will watch the EE. Actually I will start watching it right now :D
 
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@Ana sorry for picking up this thread again since it's so old, but basically I don't need to watch it? Like I won't miss anything significant? I've watched the first season already and then noticed the so-called rebroadcast as you said.
 
Aug 14, 2016 5:52 PM
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Anilist has a far better database, because they have the EXTRA things. They have THIS specific 're-airing'. And it's under 'alternative'. I don't trust using this database at all, when, when I come back to it, I know I won't have the specific pycho-pass version I want to watch. It's completely separate. It's a separate broadcast, with separate info, and it's separate on any host website. Why on earth do they refuse to update their crap database?
 
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Not to mention this is inconsistent. The uncensored dubbed version of the Gurren Lagann hot springs episode has its own separate entry because it was released separately (kinda like Psycho-Pass Extended) when it's just the uncut version of the dub episode.
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>not appreciating how much of a cunt Asuka is
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