Episodes 2 & 3: Vajranoid Attack & Global War – Picking up from episode one where we see Elaine where upon she now has a full Cyborg body under the care of a young doctor, Myra who lost her daughter about the exact same age as Elaine. Here we see the Kuryu group on the supercarrier, Alexandria developing a Vajra (a creature similar to Genocyber) however once it becomes a problem for an unstable scientist all hell breaks loose which ends up causing a huge nightmare for the Alexandria and everyone on it.
Episodes 4 & 5: Legend of the City of the Grand Ark, Part I and Part II – Set far in the post-apocalyptic future of 2400AD, far from focusing on the two sisters Elaine & Diana. We see one of the last remaining cities on earth, Ark de Grande City (City of the Grand Ark) under the control a tyrannical mayor claiming to restore civilisation that was destroyed by the Genocyber but is only after the trust of the people. In this story we are focused on a young couple Ryu and Mel and Ryu is doing his best to provide for Mel and raise enough money to help cure her Blindness.
Overall Genocyber is a product of infamy. It’s an ultra-violent, utterly nonsensical, intensely bleak, grim and uncaring and very dumb anime, it’s characters are utterly stock and forgettable, the plot is too hard to follow and what good it’s trying to do falls down hard. But there is something to get out of this and why this particular anime despite it’s reputation is kind of fun to watch, ultra-violence and ridiculous gory entertainment has its place and this stands out because you aren’t really watching it for the plot you are watching it to be entertained. Switch your brain off and enjoy the madness.
However despite that if you are put off by gory imagery, bloody carnage and anything that is depicted as harmful, then this is one to steer clear and far away from because this one can leave an impression that is very hard to shake off.
Genocyber at the end of the day is trash in its purest form; watch it at your own risk