Two men who undertand each other more than anyone else but have completely opposite goals.
Made by the same writer. Both have amazing art and some of the characters and plot are similar even though their settings are different (Psycho-Pass: sci-fi, Fate/Zero: supernatural).
same author, incredibly deep stories, awesome action. just incredible anime
Both series written by Gen Urobuchi, which contain dark themes of murder and death. They are both thrillers and are somewhat similar in terms of having rogue lead characters.
Both Psycho-Pass and Fate/Zero share equally compelling main characters, who make you question your perspective; both anime also feature gory and dark atmospheres, courtesy of them sharing the same creator.
Both are mature anime written by Gen Urobuchi. The male characters are strikingly similar from each show. Kogami and Mashikima from Psycho-Pass mirror Kiritsugu and Kirei respectively from Fate/Zero extremely well. In their respective shows, they are men who are the same at the core of what they do but their goals clash and thus so do their similar personalities.
Both have similar build-ups
Kiritsugu-Kougami and Kirei-Makishima are similar characters
Both have similar storytelling
Both writed by the same author.
At the center of both anime is a rivalry between two men. Men that have never spoken to or met eachother, but know eachother better than anyone. They hate eachother, because they're similar. They hate eachother because they hate themselves. Yet they represent different ideals, nor do they truly understand eachother.
Both are written by the same author, have a similar feel to them, have similar characters and most of the story takes place in various encounters across a large city.
Both are written by Gen Urobuchi, and the enmity between Kougami Shinya and Makishima Shougo is similar to that of Emiya Kiritsugu and Kotomine Kirei, one that of similarity between both parties though they couldn't understand each other.
After finishing seasons 1 & 2 of Fate/Zero, I noticed themes similar to Psycho-Pass:
- written by the same author (Gen Urobuchi)
- both have a very dark atmosphere
- both have a very deep and well-written story
- both feature rivalries between 2 similar men with clashing ideologies
- both have a decent amount of action
- both make you question the morality of certain characters' actions
All in all, if you liked the dark atmosphere and great story of one anime, you will probably enjoy the other.