Cyberpunk / Futuristic / Sci-Fi
>>2806386The full music video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1UR3YjktJYI
>>2806401this is best major
>>2806367This kinda fits the bill.
>>2806367Where's this from?
Mandatory GitS webms, courtesy of YGYL threads.
>>2806386i did that shit in a fucking monolgue in drama class what the fuck is this samuel beckett shite
>>2808662Blade Runner Black Out 2022, a canon anime short story>>2809005Well you took the class, tell me how you think it relates to the music and the message 'nihil strength' as that's the only lyric
>>2806377thanks anon, found what I'm watching tonight
>>2809458damn they copied those rebel soldiers right down to the accuracy of their shooting
>>2808687oh shit my stomach hurts from laughing
>>2809458>black out>about a nigger fighting the government and white knighting for a white girl
>>2811055mine too, except from being sick of seeing this posted over and over
>>2808995source for this remix?
>>2812677>a nigger white knighting for a white girlIs this the greatest science fiction of all time?
>>2808687What's the name of the soundtrack?
>>2815816that initial phrase tho
>>2813216>>2812677You missed the part where a nuclear sub operator cucks out for robot pussy and turns ballistic test into actually nuking a city
>>2814233Totally wrong song for this scene imo
not yet time for thread to die
>>2816547It's Hyper - Spoiler
I like Love, Death & Robots.
>>2822662>>2822664>>2822668>>2822669>>2822672>>2822675>>2822679>>2822682>>2822686>>2822689I realize the thread-genre don't apply to some of them. Maybe I should have made a new thread.
>>2822672I wasn't sure what the idea behind the creature was. Was it supposed to be a space spider catching ships in it's interdimensional web and feeding off the crew?
>>2823017Ah, the ol' Tetsuo drill dick.
>>2823017are the sequels to this any good? I loved it, probably the most 'industrial' thing ever made
Max Headroom is cyberpunk, right?
Why are old school porn games so aesthetic?
>>2822662Same, it's nice to see vignettes that don't need to be stretched out into a movie. I hope they do a second season.
>>2822664SLAANESH IS WITH US!!!
Anyone got more hacking webms`?
>>2827052I wish they made it so that you could actually have flowing conversations with all of the actors and have time to mull over the possibilities over time instead of being presented with everything at the end.
>>2827490Wow that was retarded
>>2822697The episode was based on a short story of the same name (Beyond the Aquila Rift). From what i read online the spider alien is actually benign and takes care of the humans that arrive there due to an error in their transporters/cannons/accelerators(the thing at the beggining of the episode).
>>2822664>>2822689any chance I could get a source on these two?
>>2822662>Love, Death & Robots.how did i not know about thisthis is the greatest thing ive ever seen
>>2828162Im a big dummy nevermind
>>2822664This is actually pretty cool, despite the degeneracy.
>>2828312Shut up you sad /pol/yp
>>2815816why is it owned by an insurance company?
>>2828178been on a binge for the past few days with that series
>>2827490That was genuinely painful to watch.It was almost worse becasue they clearly did SOME research...
>>2822697>>2828121There are a few satellite galaxies of the milky way that orbit far outside the galactic plane. Some of these are hundreds of thousands of lightyears away from the galactic centre. The humans in Beyond the Aquila Rift use an ancient alien wormwhole/teleportation relay system for FTL travel, but its range is limited to the immediate area around earth. The furthest area reachable through the relays is the Aquila Rift. As the name of the story implies, our protagonist, by pure bad luck, finds a way to travel to a relay in one of the satellite galaxies. We find out that the alien relay system used to span the entire Milky Way galaxy, but when the aliens who built them died/disappeared, the system started to break down from disrepair. Now the relays are separated into small local bubbles. For some reason, however, the relays maintain their link the satellite galaxy relay, probably due to it using different technology to increase its range, or something. Greta is one of an alien species from the other side of the Milky Way galaxy. Like the humans, they used their local bubble of relays, until one day, by pure bad luck, Greta ended up stranded in the satellite galaxy. It is implied that this has happened to other ships, possibly of other alien races, but that Greta was the first. Luckily, Greta is friendly. She genuinely wants to help Thom. She’s just going to keep restarting the simulation until she gets it right. Greta is best girl.
>>2835339is it bad if I saw her "real" form and thought, yeah, I'd still tap that
>>2836151No, because that's exactly what I thought.
>>2814243GITS IS the GOAT
RIP this game
>>2832601>It was almost worse because they clearly did SOME research...Was supposed to be a show like "Mr Robot" in regards to hacking but more focused on "saving the world bit.
>>2834114pls answer, I need to know
>>2838063Could've been great. Instead it was generic licensed P2W Korean dogshit.
>>2822692maybe another dayfor now thanks for getting me to know this
>>2827490dude hackers lmao
>>2806367seeing as there's two already, and I haven't seen this posted yet, have another BR blackout scene
>>2851071might as well thrown in another GitS montage while I'm here
>>2851071god is it weird i can't wait for his series despite not liking either blade runner film?
>>2836572What am I looking at here?
>>2828020>>2832601Oh, you think THAT's bad...