Pyscho-Pass is a popularly and critically acclaimed cyberpunk anime with two seasons and a film under its belt. The midquel visual novel Psycho-Pass: Mandatory Happiness certainly lives up to all that has come before.
Psycho-Pass: Mandatory Happiness is set somewhere within the first eight episodes of the first season of cyberpunk dystopian anime Psycho-Pass. And it’s made me do things so messed up that it’s hard to keep playing.
In sci-fi anime Psycho Pass, authorities wield a precrime suppressor called the “Dominator.” We’ve seen a model version for sale before, but we haven’t seen one like this.
Nitroplus Blasterz: Heroines Infinite Duel is a new fighting game for PS3 and PS4 that is filled with Nitroplus characters spanning everything from visual novels to hit anime.
Anime interface graphics really make everything better.
Hot on the heels of Psycho Pass' second season comes Psycho Pass: The Movie. But as a movie that builds yet another layer to the franchise's lore and catches up with some old familiar faces, it is less the completion of the final picture and more just another piece in the puzzle—though an interesting one to be sure.
In the world of Psycho-Pass I'd be shot, arrested, and shut away from society. Thank goodness I don't live there.
Over the past 365 days I have given you my recommendations for the anime you should be watching in the winter, spring, summer, and fall and followed that up with dozens of reviews. So now, as the year comes to a close, it's time to take one more look at them all to find the five best anime series of 2014.
Each week I found myself faced with a quandary when it came to Psycho Pass 2. If I watched it when I got up, I would feel unsettled the whole day. And if I watched it before bed, nightmares followed. Yet despite this, it is one of the series I found myself dying to watch week in and week out.
The fall 2014 season is full of excellent anime—both new and returning ones. So while a few weeks back I recommended five new anime to watch, now it's time to look at the sequels, spin-offs, and remakes you should be watching right now.
Psycho-Pass is Japan's big Xbox One exclusive. I was expecting a rather standard text-based adventure game – your typical wall of words broken occasionally by a choice selection. What I got, however, was a very cool look at how the game will use real world tech.
This week's episode of popular anime Psycho-Pass New Edit Version won't be broadcasted in Japan. In light of a recent murder, the show's creators deemed the episode "inappropriate."
Earlier this week, Japanese entertainment company Mages announced 3 Japanese games to come out for the Xbox One console. Considering the western-centric image the Xbox brand has had over the years, this is a good thing.
Psycho Pass is a cyberpunk police story in the same vein as Ghost in the Shell. But instead of being centered on the theme of cybernetics, Psycho Pass explores the concept of a society where your mental health is constantly scanned as a matter of public safety. Those with even the slightest case of mental instability…
Nearly two decades ago, Japan redefined the cyberpunk genre with the groundbreaking anime Ghost in the Shell. A police mystery, Ghost in the Shell used its futuristic framework to explore the relationship between cybernetics and the very nature of the human soul. This season in Japan marks the release of a new anime…