Find Your Crime Coefficient With Psycho-Pass SS Film's Promo Campaign
posted on by Jennifer Sherman
Psycho-Pass: Sinners of the System Case.1 Tsumi to Batsu (Crime and Punishment), the first film in the three-film Psycho-Pass SS or Psycho-Pass: Sinners of the System project, opened in Japan on Friday. To celebrate, retailer Animate decided to let fans find their own Crime Coefficients, numerical values used in the franchise to determine a person's likelihood of committing a crime. The company launched a special webpage for the campaign.
The process to find your Crime Coefficient is simple. All fans have to do is enter a name in a text box, and the text does not have to be in Japanese. After clicking the "assess" button, fans then receive their results. Each result includes the Crime Coefficient number, a character from the film, and that character's reaction to the number.
Unfortunately (or fortunately?) for some people, their Crime Coefficients may be unreadable (as seen above), just like Kirito Kamui's. In the above result, Kamui says, "You're also the same as me? Let's save everyone together."
The result page asks fans if they want to share their results on Twitter. That may or may not be a good idea, depending on the result and how much you fear the Sibyl System.
The second film in the trilogy, Psycho-Pass: Sinners of the System Case.2 First Guardian, will open in Japan on February 15. The third film, Psycho-Pass: Sinners of the System Case.3 Onshū no Kanata ni ____ (In the Realm Beyond Is ____), will open on March 8. Naoyoshi Shiotani is returning to direct the films with screenplays by Makoto Fukami. Production I.G is animating all three films and TOHO is distributing.