Psycho-Pass: Mandatory Happiness hits PS4 and PS Vita on September 13.
According to PlayStation blog,
Psycho-Pass originally began as an anime television series airing in Japan in 2014. The anime received critical praise and quickly made its way to the West, growing popular within the anime community. Written by Gen Urobuchi — best known for his dark style and unforgiving plot twists — Psycho-Pass tells a dystopian sci-fi tale for the ages.
In 2113, the government in this society has advanced technological developments that allow one’s mental state and disposition to be quantified and profiled. In other words, with only the mere “intent” of behaving in a criminal manner, your mental state would be profiled as such in your “Psycho-Pass,” resulting in potential imprisonment or even death. This system is the government’s omniscient eyes of justice.
The Psycho-Pass is broken into two main components. One of the components is the Hue, which is a visual representation that conveys a person’s stress level. The other is a Crime Coefficient, a numerical value representing a person’s criminal capacity. This numerical value determines whether an individual requires enforcement by the detectives of the Public Safety Bureau.