Psycho-Pass: Mandatory Happiness
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Content Rating: Teen
2112, Tokyo. Decide the fates of Nadeshiko Kugatachi and Takuma Tsurugi, two new detectives assigned to Division 1. Every decision has its own repercussion, victims can become criminals, and the story may end quicker than expected.
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Psycho-Pass: Mandatory Happiness somehow manages to be an easy and hard recommendation at the same time. The story, characters and theme that worked so well in the first season of the anime return and are in top form. The antagonist might very well be the best in the entire franchise. Any fan of the series will find a lot to love here. Unfortunately, as a video game, or as a visual novel, it fails to really impress.
It could be argued that Psycho-Pass: Mandatory Happiness is not, in a traditional sense, a game, but even so it’s unbelievably entertaining. Story gamers will be in heaven, and fans of the anime are sure to find it just as delightful. I’ve never even seen the anime and I definitely found my own happiness within the stories I experienced.
Psycho-Pass: Mandatory Happiness tells a gripping and immersive story that any fan of the series would enjoy. The liberties that the creators give the player when making decisions are appreciated and enjoyable to view as the path chosen is revealed. I had some trouble figuring out the various hub prompts that showed up from time to time, but that didn’t affect my overall experience.