So this post is massively delayed because I just didn’t really like this episode much. If feels like the writer has gotten tired of trying to build the story up and just wants all the carnage to happen straight away. Normally I wouldn’t mind so much because I love me some mindless violence, but I’ve come to expect better from Psycho-Pass. I’m finding this heavy-handed approach somewhat disappointing and it really feels like the story is a bit too big to really fit into a single cours. There are lots of plot points are being fired in before we’ve really had a chance to properly get to know the new cast and so everything ends up feeling a bit shallow and lacks the impact it could have had with a better foundation laid. Still, even though I am a touch disappointing I still really like Psycho-Pass and its premise so I’m hopeful the story can be wrestled back onto track again.