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March 8, 2017 | 22:11 | Written by: snake911

Chugging right along we have four more items to look at from Ghost in the Shell.  After this we have one more batch of content to post and that'll be everything the franchise has to offer prior to the live-action film, which, I'm still planning to see when it hits theaters later this month.

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Ghost in the Shell 2: Innocence
Mamoru Oshii gets back to work on the sequel to his 1995 film.  In one sense the pressure is on due to the critical acclaim the original film had, but on the other hand it's lessened in thanks due to advancements in technology made to make certain visual aspects to the film easier to produce than it was back in '94/'95.

 

Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex - Game PS2
Not sure how easy or difficult it was to turn the style of TV show into a video game, but they were able to do it, impressing this guy who holds the TV series on a high pedestal.  Also, can you believe its been 7 or so years since the last and only Ghost in the Shell video game came out?

 

Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex - Game PSP
Although it wasn't necessary, a decision was made to extend the SAC series by developing a portable game for it.  I say it wasn't necessary because the PS2 game already filled the role for being the product for this form of media.  Even so, I'm not complaining as anything SAC related is good.

 

Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex - Solid State Society
Closing out the SAC series with a bang, we get a made-for-TV movie that adds one additional chapter to SAC saga before they wrap it up and move on to the next iteration for the Ghost in the Shell franchise.  See the team take on an old familiar name that the franchise has tackled for...like, the fifth time.

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