Jormungand: Perfect Order - 1/12
Little Busters - 1/26
Lychee Light Club - 1/-
My Ordinary Life (again) - 8/26
Psycho-Pass - 1/22
Regardless of My Adolescent Delusions of Grandeur, I Want a Date! - 2/12
Regardless of My Adolescent Delusions of Grandeur, I Want a Date! Lite - 3/-
Robotics;Notes - 1/-
Space Brothers - 27/-
So Psycho-Pass turned out to be... a bit crap, to be honest. A yawnsome romp through a generic dystopia which at this point just seems to be a less fun version of Minority Report. It's got some gratuitous gore and sexual violence just to make sure you know that it's GRITTY and MATURE and the law is opressive and amoral because it's the future and for some reason everything always has to suck in the future despite the fact that in real world history, going forward along the timeline will show a fairly reliable picture of moral progress (seriously, that's been bothering me recently, do we as a species have so little faith in ourselves that we think that the future being a tyrannical dystopia is completely inevitable? Because that's the message fiction tends to send out). Since it's Urobuchi, I'll give this show a little bit more of a chance than I'd normally give to this kind of childish dross but the prognosis isn't good*.
As for Robotics;Notes, the other noitaminA show, I put some brief thoughts in the thread for it (spoilers: I liked it).
*EDIT: Also, a training academy that teaches you literally nothing to prepare you for the job you're training for? My brain only just caught up to how monumentally stupid that is.