The highly-anticipated feature film edition of PSYCHO-PASS is finally released in Japan today, January 9. At the same time, the official website for the anime project posted a two-minute new trailer to introduce the highlight scenes from the sequel film, which takes place four years after the first TV anime. Check the latest clip after the jump!
A Japanese and English language site has launched for Psycho-Pass: Mandatory Happiness, MAGES/5pb.'s (Steins;Gate)tie-in to the sci-fi anime series. In addition to the series' Akane, Shinya, Ginoza, Masaoka, Shusei, Yayoi, and Shion, the game features originals Nadeshiko Kugatachi, an Aya Endou voiced investigator with lost memories, Takuma Tsurugi, a woman chasing newbie investigator voiced by Shinichiro Miki, and Alpha, a mystery man with ties to Kugatachi, voiced by Yuki Kaji.
The official website for the PSYCHO-PASS anime project today announced that the upcoming feature film scheduled to open in Japan on January 9, 2015, is rated "R15+" by Eirin (Film Classification and Rating Committee). It means that no one under 15 is admitted. Hit the jump for more details.
Following the 2015 , the latest trailer for the Psycho-Pass movie has gone online aling with a new visual and sample of Ling Tosite Sigure theme "Who What Who What." Working with Makoto Fukami a, writer Gen Urobuchi will be returning for the featuring, opening JAnuary 19th. Naoyoshi Shiotani is director with Katsuyuki Motohiro as chief director.