The Perfect Insider

Alt title: Subete ga F ni Naru: The Perfect Insider

The Perfect Insider

The Perfect Insider Episode 4 - The Rainbow-Colored Past

After the first murder, Shiki's uncle, Director Shindou, is killed as well. The lab is in an uproar. To find out who the killer is, Nishinosono and Saikawa investigate Shiki's room. There they find a robot named Michiru, and a strange message saying "Everything becomes F."

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Both have elements of mystery, crime, suspense and psychology. The overall feeling of both series is rather dark. While PsychoPass takes the fururistic approach, Subety ga F ni Naru has a more realistic setting while focusing on the darker sides of human nature.

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Both try to explain the murders that take place in the story from a neutral and heavily psycological point of view, avoiding the good-bad implications. The main character is able to abstract him/herself from the murders and how they are commited.



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There's a murder and main characters try to solve the mystery behind it. Lots of questions, tensity, dark world atmosphere, similar animation. 

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Perfect Insider and Erased are very much alike and enough that, the first show I thought about that was similar to Perfect Insider after watching a few episodes was Erased. Both shows center around murder and a serial killer and the incidents trace back to the past of 10 or more years back.

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