Good-looking Kanade Amakusa would prefer nothing more than to have a normal high school life. But due to his "Absolute Choice", a mental curse compelling him to decide between two outrageous options such as sniffing a smutty magazine on the ground versus eating it in public, everyone thinks he’s a total weirdo! One day, the boy chooses that a beautiful girl will fall from the sky, and much to his surprise, his choice becomes reality! Her name is Chocolat, and she’s come with a message: God will strike a deal with Kanade in the form of missions that might just cure his suffering. Sounds trouble-free enough compared to what he’s already gone through - except they’re on a whole other level of extreme craziness than the choices he already makes daily! Can Kanade successfully clear these outrageous challenges, or will he be forever rejected by his classmates and remain an outcast?!
Fumizuki Academy is divided into classes ranked based purely on ability; Class A has laptops, reclining seats and ultimate comfort whereas Class F has to settle for a rundown classroom with rotten cushions and rickety coffee tables. Akihisa Yoshii has recently taken the placement exam and finds himself relegated to the lowly Class F along with many of his friends, and they’re far from impressed with their draughty facilities. Luckily, not all is lost as at Fumizuki, classes can declare war on each other to swap rooms by fighting with summoned characters whose strength is based on the users' test scores. As they dream of escaping their decrepit circumstances, the ‘idiotic’ students of Class F will try whatever they can to reach the dizzy heights of Class A’s luxury, even if it means taking on the entire school in an all-out summoning war!
These are both fast paced comedies. The plots are very different. In Baka to Test the students fight to pass tests. In My Mental Choices one boy is forced to make multiple choice quizzes that appear in his mind that effect his reality.
However, these shows have the same style of humor with fast paced jokes. They both feature a male surrounded my cute females that get in on the jokes and have their own quirks. If you like faster paced comedies that often have a random element then you should try these shows.
Both have common environments and the jokes have the same humor type, if you like one is almost sure that will like the other one.
While Baka to Test is filled with morons and a moron notorious for being a moron (Akihisa), My Mental Choices Yadda Yadda is filled with oddball characters, nororious to get their own group of being crazy people, kinda like in Baka to Test. The crazies in both series get into some wacky situations with comedy at the wheel, and it works. From word-play to borderline absurd situations, slapstick and straight-faced comedy to situations that simply go completely against the main, it dishes some real nice comedy and has some variety while working in some running gags.
The fates aren't kind to the mains (Amakusa of Mental Choices and Akihisa of Baka to Test) and constantly make them the butt monkey but it also works in their favor of getting chicks to dig them, turning their lives into school life comedies that don't entirely focus on romance, despite it's lingering, hinted at presence. And Comedy > Romance by far. Both are pretty good comedies so if you like one, be sure to check out the other.
A male lead in an unfortunate Position surrounded by quirky female potential love interests that leads to comedy. That is the simularity.
Seeking a cure for his depraved masochism, Taro Sado approaches the Second Volunteer Club on the recommendation of his best friend, Tatsukichi. There he finds the help of the violent but kind Mio Isurugi who promises to beat the masochism out of him by any means necessary. Will Taro be able to survive the assaults of this upperclassman, the overly-affectionate attentions of his mother and sister, and still lead a normal school life? Unlikely. But will he get over his perverse fetish? He sure hopes so.
These are both fast paced comedies with a heavy emphasis on perverted jokes. They both have snappy fast paced dialogue where the jokes fly rather fast. The advantage of the fast pace is even when a joke doesn't land, it quickly moves on to the next one.
The shows have different plots, but the plots in both take a back seat to the comedy anyway. If you're looking for a school life comedy with an emphasis on perverted jokes then you should check out these titles.
Both have blondes attempting to help cure an unfortunate guy of something that is out of his control and causes him to be seen as creepy by his peers, though the girls' efforts are mostly wasted. If you liked the comedy aspect of the guy trying to rid himself of what ails him, with some romance here and there, check out the other.
Quirky characters are everywhere in these anime, there is no escaping it. Truly one could barely find a truly sane or normal one in either.
Akito Himenokouji and his twin sister Akiko are close - in fact, maybe a little too close for Akito’s comfort, as his sister has an unrestrained brother complex! Though her brother doesn’t take her lustful feelings seriously, Akiko is determined to set the record straight with the other ladies around him, including the three other beauties that live in his dorm and want the boy for themselves. Every morning, noon and night, the girl continues her mission to cross the line with Akito, and she won’t let any girl or sense or morality get in her way - for as long as there’s love, it doesn’t matter if he’s her brother!
A guy is surrounded by women of varying... levels of sanity but all have feelings for him because not only is it apparent, but it's funny! The guy gets into uncompromising situations, perverted situations, possibly misunderstood by the school and best of all, tries to take it with a grain of salt, the straight man to the world of crazy. A near-deadpan response to the insanity-laden school girls that gravitate to his charm. Sure one's part student council of questionable notoriety and the other one is part of a near equal number of notorious "undateables" or "strange bunch of characters" but in the end, the humor is there and it's a guy just trying to get by in his harem/comedy school life show.
If you like one,then you will like the other because both animes have guys surrounded by girls and they also have several perverted situations.
After being turned down by his unrequited crush, Hachiman Hikigaya is determined to live out the rest of his high school life single and socially tuned out to avoid the folly of youth. But Hachiman's resolve is lacking compared to his guidance counselor, a woman determined to change the boy's ways. So, much to his dismay, Hachiman is soon forced to reach out to those around him by joining a club dedicated to serving others. Alongside the cold, but beautiful club president Yukino, eager Yui, and other new friends, Hachiman will try to stomach his new volunteer work and survive his ultimate fear: being involved in a typical high school romantic comedy.
Both subvert the harem genre in different ways. Both have rather peculiar characters and strange circumstances. While Yahari is certainly more realistic and down to earth with a darker edge both series are on the opposite end of the same spectrum and both have a fanbase that most likely will consist out of the same people.
What will it be, the dark and quirky crafy yahari or the quirky uplifting and peculiar Noucome?
My mental choices is just like my shook rom com is a lie except it has a much more comedic aspect to it but that romancy feel is more evident in mental choices. You will LOVE either of them!
Dating sim master Keima Katsuragi wants nothing more than to immerse himself in the 2D world, chasing digital girlfriends. But when the so-called 'Capturing God' answers a mysterious email from an unknown sender, Keima finds himself chasing down real-life ladies in an attempt to help the peppy demon Elsie de Lute Irma capture 'lost souls' escaped from the depths of hell. Now, lest the explosive collar around his neck detonate, Keima must convince various girls to fall in love with him in order to scare out the souls hiding in their hearts.
These are both comdies that focus on one unfortunate teenagers that have been saddled with bizzare missions from god. In God Only Knows the protagonist must make girls fall in love with him or his head will explode. In My Mental Choices the protagonist must complete several missions in order to get rid of a very peculiar curse.
These are both funny comedies with some light harem and romance elements. They are both pretty fast paced with casts of colorful characters that tend to be parodies of common character archetypes.
My Mental Choices is a bit more perverted with its comedy and has more fanservice, but they're both funny comedies with enough character development and heart to make their progression feel satisfying.