PSYCHO-PASS: Mandatory Happiness
A deep plot and dramatic, and interesting characters, make Psycho-Pass: Mandatory Happiness a must-have for any fans of the original series and of visual novels.
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Psycho-Pass: Mandatory Happiness tells a gripping and immersive story that any fan of the series would enjoy.
There’s a lot of story here for those looking to delve further into the Psycho Pass world.
Mandatory Happiness is a compelling cyberpunk visual novel in its own right, though one that never reaches the heights of the anime it's based on.
A decent visual novel that could have been better with a little more polish and attention to detail.
The visual novel installment to the Psycho-Pass universe fits perfectly into season one, rarely stumbling along the way.
Psycho-Pass seems like a re-run of the first anime season, but that was enjoyable so it works out okay.
Visual novels rarely come as deep and thought provoking as this one.
In conclusion (of the conclusion), the game is an amazing adventure, and regardless of the few minor storytelling choices that personal opinion finds didn't hit the mark quite like everything else, offers an intense and immersive experience full of replay value due to its focus on choices and consequences.
Psycho-Pass: Mandatory Happiness brings an established franchise into the visual novel world successfully.