Psycho-Pass, B: The Beginning Recommendations
Both are about criminals, masterminds, and brutal mind games. Have a very similar feeling on how action develops, how things are hidden, and how rotten is society.
Great story and action scenes; in both don't fully understand what's going on, until the story allows you to.
Plus, B's art, soundtrack and character development are all great (episode 3 has one of the nicest battle scenes I have seen).
Psycho-Pass and B: The Beginning (both original anime by Production I.G.) are set in a futuristic society. While Psycho-Pass is more of a dystopia, B is more civilized. Both of these shows are about a police force investigating a string of murders committed by a specific person or a group. Both contain a stoic male character that appears to be more than meets the eye, while the female leads are both more off-beat than their male counterparts. The villains seek to change society one way or another, with Psycho-Pass being grounded in reality and B containing a semi-supernatural story line. Both shows investigate the bottom
The characters are really similar.
Also has a very similar feeling when watching.
Both have som kind of mastermind behind.
Both are thriller, the story development is a bit similar as well
Both shows involve a futuristic society where there are a string of murders committed by a specific person or group. The main female characters are apart of a police task force where a stoic man seems to know more than he lets on. Psycho Pass has a better sense of suspense than B, but both are decent mystery shows.
Though B's color scheme and characters look more mellow than Psycho-Pass, both present brutal murders, and main antagonists that stand in a rather gray area. Lily reminds me a lot of Akane since they are both enthusiastic about being cops and doing the right thing. Likewise, Keith resembles Kougami a lot in how their sanity got compromised in the line of duty. Personally, it is exciting to see a similar dynamic to Akane and Kougami in Lily and Keith.
However, though you could say characters in B have parallels in Psycho-Pass, the way they interact in B is quite refreshing. Plus, humor is more present in
tightly crafted, god tier cat and mouse series. both fairly dark.
the criminals, the crimes, the investigators and the general atmosphere of both shows is pretty much alike, only difference is psycho pass is more futuristic meanwhile B is kinda retro