Imagine if Nolan Bushnell saw THIS in 1985. He could have been inspired to buy Kadabrascope back from Lucasfilm...or he would have more likely started a karaoke chain with a vague wish fulfillment/police state fusion theme.
This was loosely based on a manga by the creator/director Satomi Mikuriya, who had a few hit manga in the 1970s and 1980s. Among these were some short mangas about "Nora", a brash, sassy and frankly funny and somewhat adorable blonde heroine in a somewhat grim future world - the 2010 or 2020s or whatever as seen from the 1980s. Mikuriya decided he wanted to move into anime production, there was a previous OVA featuring Nora as she vacations at a resort space station when the artificial gravity fails, thanks to a rogue AI set off by it's creator. It was light fun and when I saw this nonsense I believed I was going to see more of the same. Instead, what we got was this crap. Mikuriya sort of just slid off into obscurity after a while.