Behind the incident is a group known as the Peacebreakers, a foreign paramilitary organisation and a new outside threat who are targeting the professor’s research papers known as the “Stronskaya Document”.
In the near future, people’s public order is maintained by a huge surveillance network, the Sibyl System, which quantifies and manages all human psychological states.
Let’s begin this review with a caveat: there are times in this anime that the characters speak English and some of those dialogues are wince worthy bad. I watched the UK premier at Scotland Loves Anime and I very much hope the studio can dub over these sections before a general release. I really enjoyed […]
I rather enjoyed Psycho Pass. At a first glance it is set in a wonderful future in which the police leave you entirely alone because they can tell who’s guilty. At a second glance things get dark quickly. It’s not just your intent to do something criminal but the possibility of you doing so that […]
This post looks back at the 12 months of 2014 and at the anime Geek Native has blogged about. We’ve reviewed old shows and new, we’ve had movies, episodes and whole series to look at. The titles here aren’t restricted to what was published in 2014 but to what we wrote about in the year. […]
Imagine a future in which the police could read your mind. This is a peaceful future, everyone has jobs that suit their skills and there is hardly any crime. There’s hardly any crime because the police and authorities actively scan your thoughts. While they do what they can to encourage you to be happy and […]
Pyscho-Pass is an anime about a future in which computers can read your mind and determine whether you are likely to commit a crime or not. It’s illegal just to have a state of mind in which puts you “at risk” of being a criminal. Geek Native gave the Blu-ray set a glowing review. It’s […]
You can play the game of trying to guess which sci-fi author has created worlds most similar to Psycho-Pass and award yourself bonus points if the characters in the anime agree with your assessment when they have the very same conversation. It might be tempting to describe Psycho-Pass as a utopian future as this is […]
Psycho-Pass is set in the near future and a future when it is possible to measure a person’s state of mind and personality. All this can happen instantaneously, is recorded and measured – hence the term “psychopass”. The plot follows Shinya Kogami, a police officer or enforcement officer, who fights crime in this world. The […]