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Disguised as a man, Chizuru Yukimura has come to Kyoto searching for her missing father, a doctor who developed a magical elixir that increases the drinker's speed, strength and healing abilities. Instead of her father, however, she stumbles across a battle between the Shinsengumi and the Furies, evil vampire-like creatures of their own making.
Both "Uta no Prince-sama" and "Hakuouki Shinsengumi Kitan" are typical reserved harem series. They both have main female characters that don't really do anything-- which lets the viewer focus on the boys. In both series, we have the typical silent guy, who doesn't really like the main character (at least at the beginning of the story); a cheerful type; and a handful of other men, who come in all shapes and sizes. If you'd also like to enjoy a teeny-weeny bit of plot, you can get what you ask for. In "Uta no Prince-sama", Haruka aims to be a bigtime in the music industry. In "Hakuouki', we follow our character as she tried to find herself in the Shinsengumi.
Both are reversed-harem animes with hot guys and a sensitive girl who tries to help everyone around.
When the heroine regains consciousness in an unfamiliar place, she has suddenly lost all memories of everything that happened before August 1. What is this place, and what was she doing there? Who is she, and what sort of life had she lived?
Reverse Harem-ish anime where the boys come in a variety of different personalities and hair colors. They revolve around a sweet, thoughtful girls.
Both are reverse harem anime that are based on Otome games. Both contain plenty of hot guys and colorful animation. Amnesia has a darker, more convoluted story, while Uta no Prince-Sama is more light-hearted and humorous. Still, if you like one, you may find something to like in the other.
After her father moves and leaves her behind, Yui Komori arrives at the mansion she must now call her home, unaware of the horrors that await her. For Yui’s new housemates are vampires, and she’s been sent to live with them by the church as their prospective bride-to-be. But what sounds like the subject of a romance novel soon turns to despair, as these fanged beauties are delighted to have a new plaything to torment and will stop at nothing to force themselves upon her and drink her blood. Yui must now learn to cope with her new life of being sadistically abused at every turn, whether she’s called derogatory slurs, forced to feed the vampires’ bloodlust against her will, or being treated like the garbage they see her to be.
Ritsuka Tachibana is a female second-year high school student who attends Shiko Academy in Shiko Town. She enjoyed her school life while living with her mother Maria, but one day, that balance fell into ruin when she discovers several of her attractive, male classmate are demons.
Both of these reverse harem animes feature a lot of singing and dancing from the male leads. Devils feels more like a musical, where Prince-sama is a more like a pop concert, but if you like music strewn throughout your reverse harem, these two are a perfect pair.
The Dream Festival is the stage that all idols dream of singing on, with their professional debut on the line. In order to get there, idols work their hardest every day to perfect their performance... and the key to coming out on top is the Dream Festival Cards sent by fans to their favorite idols. Receiving these Cards makes the idols who make it to the stage shine even brighter. Now head to the Dream Festival with your Dream Festival Card in hand for the idol you love most!
They both are very similar in the concept of idols, and training to be idols. Some character personalities in the two animes are closely related. The main difference is that Uta No Prince Sama is a reverse harem around Nanami, whereas Dream Festival! is more similar to slice of life in saying it's really focused on the life of the idols.
Both of these anime about a group of young lads trying to make it in the idol industry. Both anime have the boys attending a certain school for idols that was started by a production company. Both anime include a mixture of comedy and drama, usually generating from something in the boys' pasts. If you liked one, check out the other, especially if you liked the singing and dancing.