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Psycho-Pass: Part Two (Blu-ray/DVD Combo)

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Don’t miss the thrilling conclusion of Psycho Pass, a futuristic, sci-fi thriller from the creator of Madoka Magica and the studio behind Ghost in the Shell.The Sibyl System was meant to grind all criminal activity to a permanent halt, but something’s gone horribly wrong. A deranged genius known as Makishima has mastered the art of justifying his own heinous deeds, leaving the Dominator powerless to stop his reign of terror. At the first sign of the system cracking, thugs take to the streets, terrorizing the innocent while wearing special helmets that prevent their cruel intentions from being detected. With their futuristic weaponry powerless to stop the bloody rampage, Inspector Akane and her Enforcer, Kogami, must take an old fashioned approach to the law. While Akane infiltrates the Sybil System to discover how far the corruption has spread, Kogami doggedly tracks Makishima, setting the stage for a violent and shocking final showdown!

Special Features

  • Episode commentaries
  • Bonus "PSYCHO-PASS at Sakura-Con Part One" video feature
  • Textless opening and closing videos
  • U.S. trailer
  • Trailers

  • Product Details

    • Actors: Jason Douglas, Lydia Mackay, Lindsay Seidel, Scott Freeman
    • Directors: Zach Bolton
    • Format: Animated, Color, NTSC, Widescreen
    • Language: Japanese, English
    • Subtitles: English
    • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
    • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
    • Number of discs: 4
    • Rated:
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    • Studio: Funimation
    • DVD Release Date: March 11, 2014
    • Run Time: 275 minutes
    • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (57 customer reviews)
    • ASIN: B00HFC547A
    • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #13,289 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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    This is definitely an underrated series (for now), and I wish more people would see it. If you liked Ghost in a Shell and those criminal investigation shows like NCIS, CSI etc... There's a chance you will like Psycho-Pass. Most of the characters are well developed, and the animation is great! Plot and story are also great, with (in my opinion) a really good dub. Part 2 comes with episodes 12 to 22, but it doesn't really have a lot of extras... The extras it does have are Commentaries, Textless opening and ending, trailers, and Psycho Pass at Sakura-Con Part 2. Overall, I'm satisfied with this purchase, and I would recommend it to anyone who likes anime!

    I uploaded some pics, incase you are interested, they should be on the customer images, section... :)
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    Over shadowed by series like Sword Art Online & Attack on Titan, Psycho-Pass released under the radar to many (myself included), however this series is not one you'll want to miss. Set in a future where law & order is maintained by a surveillance system that monitors everyone's actions and intents, this standout anime is set up rather uniquely and executed near flawlessly. Easily one of, if not my, favorite anime series of the past couple years. To top it off a second season has already been announced in the works.
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    My review of part one stands here as well. This is one of the best anime programs I have ever enjoyed. A "Ghost In The Shell" flavor with stunning blu-ray animation and great music. A future crime fighting theme that makes sense and keeps you on the edge of your seat. If you, like me, are sick of giant robots and squeaky young girls then this is your cup of tea.
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    Good animation.
    Great/Stunning story.
    One of those stories where you can relate (at times to the bad guy).

    When ever a anime can make you empathize with a sadistic sociopathic killer (villain) it is clearly thought provoking.

    This one is a great addition to my collection.
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    I love this title even though the second to the last episode was predictable and felt lazy.I wished I had a chance to ask Urobuchi sensei at AX what happened there

    The audio is not the same when I switch from japanese to the ADR version which is the reason for th 4 stars.

    I rewatched the first episode and Its becoming clearer that something is off with the ADR for Akane .And about the Japanese seiyuu Kana , I had a problem with her being chosen becuase she has a very sweet cute voice. But her performance is very natural and good in my ears aince I can understand her. .

    In the mean time , our ADR talent especially in episode 2, her work sounded very forced. Her attitude is coming out really different from the attitude of the Japanese seiyuu's work. But I guess if you havent watched the Japanese version , it may not make any difference however as a voice actor , I have a problem with it.

    I just hope I get use to her delivery.

    On the other hand , the other voice actors are pretty good.
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    After watching how part one ended I didn't think Psycho-Pass could make me feel the same tension from episode eleven. Well they did and it was an amazing ride. If you have already seen the first part you aren't even reading this anyway...odds are you have already bought it. If you haven't...you should.
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    This is a great series and while it has no classical touch like Cowboy Bepop does in it's futuristic area, but pack with great characters, possible realities and a great twist and plot on a seemingly perfect world where people are judge by a color of the mental hue.
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    With the second set we see more of the seemingly insidious plans of the young sociopath though with the current system rating view an upstanding citizen named Shogo Makishima and his followers. As you watch the series though it's done well where you can actually connect somewhat to Shogo's plight though not his actions as he sees the Sybyl system for what it is, a flawed construct that soft leashes humanity with rules and regulations but seems to take away any form of true free individuality and their own sense of self worth as the populace has been lulled by the systems seemingly peaceful and regulated ways.

    While a little shorter then some of the other series it's worth taking a look into just a little notice though since this is based on a manga series the ending is left open so while the final episode won't leave you disappointed majorly it's still a little annoying.
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