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Following a global war and climate change, 35% of Earth's land mass has sunk into the ocean. In this difficult time, countries rely not on armies but on private military corporations to provide security against constant terrorist attacks. One such company is Arqon Global Security, whose staff of mercenaries is tasked with protecting Daiva City on a pay-per-mission basis. Armed with motorcycles that transforms into weapon-wielding mecha, these "blademen" are none too popular with the people they protect - but they always get the job done!
Both Viper's Creed and Infinite Stratos have machine suits. Both anime have great stories. They are different, but similar enough that you will enjoy them. Both have a good amount of characters. Not too many and not too little. Although Viper's Creed has worse animation than Infinite Stratos, they are both great anime.
Both Is and Vipers creed are robot suit technology anime. They got a bit of a diffrent storyline or to say it clearly diffrent genre. But both are worth theyre while i enjoyed both and so will you... Vipers creed is very well made for 2009 standarts IS is better of course, dont get me wrong the better story lies in Viper but IS got better animations, there are 2 years between them so it is understandable...
I can't believe that no one else recommendet it. They are both made by 8-Bit studio and got pretty much the same roboter fight story. Aquarion is a battle between two worlds and IS is a harem anime where many teenagers battle each other with robots. But i personaly prefer IS.... both of them are good though
Okay what can I say? The both have the whole boy meets girl(s), with a side of ecchi, and a splash mecha theme goin'. Somewhat predictable, and episodic, yet they both have great character settings.
Shido Itsuka was born in a world where widespread catastrophes of varying size called spacequakes can happen anytime and anywhere, razing everything in the vicinity. When his city's alarm forewarns one impending, the teenager races to his sister Kotori in an attempt to rescue her. But upon his arrival, the spacequake transpires in that very spot, and standing in the middle of the destruction is a beautiful sword-wielding girl. Soon after, he learns she is one of many beings called "Spirits" who cause the disasters, and charming those like her is the solution to preventing them. Effective immediately, Shido must date Spirits and make them fall in love with him, because if he cannot, mankind's destruction may very well be inevitable.
One guy surrounded by superpowered babes with fights aplenty, flash and pizzazz, some heroics and a harem in the making. The guy's natural charisma attracts the babes and in Date a Live, with the aid of an organization bent on getting him babes. Total opposite to the main of Infinite Stratos, who is beyond help. Both have their romantic hijinks, tender moments and are surprisingly good, better than they should be at first glance.
And some totally kickass outfits that accentuate the gluts and chest.
Both of these series feature a group of dominant females as they form a harem with a fairly bland male protagonist who has a special ability. Both series try to do a little bit of everything, with comedy, ecchi, drama and action all thrown into the mixer. Neither are particularly brilliant in terms of plot or character development, but if you enjoyed one chances are high that you will enjoy the other.
Both very similar. Watch the two and see the similarities. Harem, Male in a school full of girls, Competition...
These two are the nearly identical if you just replace the mechas with horses. The characters all feel and act the same way towards the one guy, who is also denser than a brick. This is an accurate recommendation. The only thing I have a problem is that, I love Infinte Stratos but hate Walkure Romanze. It is a fitting recommendation, but watch Walkure at your own leisure.
In the not-too-distant future, Earth was attacked by mysterious beings and before long over a third of the world's population was destroyed. Even after bringing to bear its full, united military strength, humanity was unable to repel the assailants and forced into using weapons of mass destruction. This was successful, but the war and its conclusion resulted in the deaths of a crushing percentage of all fighting-aged males, and Antarctica being melted, causing much of the Earth's land to sink underwater. Years later, three young girls - Otoha, a headstrong country girl; Karen, a technical genius; and the highly-disciplined and strong-willed Eika - are being trained to pilot Sonic Divers, weapons being developed lest humanity be caught off-guard once again.