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Mobile Century 8013... More than seven millennia after the fall of the human race, the many military robots remaining on Earth still spend each day engaged in an endless war. As the battle for dominance rages between the Rebellion Federation that controls Europe and the Principality of Sin centered in Asia, three young robots stand up to put an end to the meaningless war.
Both shows revolve around girls who just sit around making absurd jokes. Robot girls in Straight Title, fairies in gdgd. Similar looks, episode lengths, and laughs are either hit or miss. Check them out.
These comedy shows are almost exactly the same, with the biggest difference being the setting. gdgd Fairies is about three fairies, which Chokkyuu Hyoudai Robot is about three robots in a post-apocalyptic world.
Both are short, have a weird and similar sense of humor, are divided into sections, have the same low-budget CG animation, and the voice acting is done in a simlar way. If you enjoyed one, you'd most likely enjoy the other as well.
Dreamcast, Sega Saturn, and Mega Drive reimagined as girls who have just enrolled in SeHaGaga Academy at Tokyo’s Haneda Outorii station. They are given an assignment needed to graduate by a suspicious teacher. To clear this requirement, the girls must enter the world of Sega games to graduate without incident.
Both of these shows are CGI anime where the voice acting is done "live". This results in unscripted banter and laughing between the characters, so it's clear the actors are actually recording together. If you liked the style of one, you'd most likely enjoy the other as well.
A beautiful nation, prospering since ancient times, Japan is now known as the Anime Kingdom. There are more than just humans living there; animes truly do exist in Japan. Past the Fairy Ring, to the world of fairies, live anime-chans. There's a Fairy Ring in your town, too. Here. And there. Even in Harajuku. Maybe even in the Ashigara mountains. By some chance, we'll open that door. And we might get to meet the anime-chans. This is the land where you get to meet anime-chans.
Both of these titles are extremely similar. They're both short-form anime done with CGI animation and "live" voice acting. Their repetative episodes, not to mention the general layout of each episode, is very similar. Not to mention they both star three female fairies. If you somehow enjoyed one, you'd probably enjoy the other as well.