A Parent's Guide to Anime
Recommended for Mature Audiences
Reviewed by Francisco Cortés:
Psychic Force has two OVA episodes of 50 min., is based on the best selling video game for the Sony Play Station, and is a very cool story for those who like friendship and powers (in my opinion it is a combination of Dragonball and X men). The story begins in the year 2010 where Psychiccers are individuals born with psychic abilities and are prejudiced against by humans. Keith Evans the leader of NOATH leads Psychiccers to a new era for Psychiccers against the humans. There are however a few Psychiccers who believe that Psychiccers and humans can live peacefully together (These Psychiccers are from ANTI-NOATH). Keith's old friend Burn (the leader of ANTI-NOATH) thus become rivals and wage war upon each other.
The animation is a little cheap but the story is good, but anyway I would not recommend Psychic Force for small children because it has some gory scenes for example when Burn saw a boy breaking two soldiers in the stomach and when Brad is slashing many soldiers in the neck. While this anime could be for the PG-13 audience it has some foul language that is not recommended for younger children but at least there is no nudity.
Parent's Guide Rating:
red (recommended for mature audiences)
Psychic Force may not contain nudity and very strong violence but it contains words like f**k, b**ch, a**hole and many more, so a mature rating is more appropriate than PG.