I suppose I should start this out by mentioning I'm really neither an anime fan, nor am I one of those whose strongly against it. I don't gravitate towards anime more than any other medium of entertainment. I just tend to watch what I think is good, regardless of where it comes from. While I don't 'get' a lot of anime and it's tropes, occasionally something like Summer Wars or Attack on Titan catches me by surprise and I fall in love with it.
Anyway, on a couple sites I visit, I've been seeing ad banners for a series called Psycho Pass, and despite the price tag, it's caught my attention. The website describes the series as this dystopian setting (something I love) where merely considering a crime is enough to make a citizen as guilty. In a lot of ways, the description reminds me of one of my favorite movies, Minority Report.
I was hoping someone here may already be familiar with it and have an opinion to share on whether it's worth the steep asking price, not to mention the time spent watching, to pick it up. It looks promising, but once again, anime tends to be pretty hit or miss with me, if it turns out to be pretty trope heavy I'd be likely to lose interest fast (Things like having a young girl who'se inexplicably one of the head enforces despite being 10, characters with powers so bizarre they seem out of place, and cute sidekicks are all good examples).
Any feedback you guys might have on the series would really be appreciated!