This is a complete set of all the current Y's anime. If you are a fan of the game, I highly suggest you pick this up.
The style itself is classic older anime, and I suggest against viewing this dubbed, but if you must, you will notice inconsistencies with names and pronounciations.
The menu setup is great, based on the old home computer interface of the JP version of the original games.
The extras are also great, with some classic (albiet "bad" by today's standards lol but still entertaining nonetheless) J-Rock, a trailer for an Y's 4 anime(which never took off), character bios, art, and more.
This is definitely for the anime enthusiast, video game enthusiast, and Y's enthusiast, but if you're new to anime, I'd still suggest picking it up as it might be hard to come by eventually, but I would suggest trying to find some sample video clips prior to opening it to see if it's something you can enjoy.
Fans however, I don't think will be disappointed by this, as it makes great time covering both stories (Y's 1 and 2) without much filler that would normally hurt a storyline for a video game anime.
If you're not a fan, but interested, I suggest reading a quick Wiki on the first two games (without spoilers, if applicable) prior to viewing, but it's really not necessary as the collection here covers it entirely, and pretty well (being that it's not the actual game).
I'm glad I made this impulse purchase without even doing my research, and I rarely do that. So I decided to write a review for anyone who wanted to do the research I never did.