After losing their parents, twins Haruka and Sora travel to the countryside to start a new life. The two soon meet new friends in the shrine maiden Akira, wealthy Kazuha and well-endowed Nao, amongst others. As the days go by, Haruka learns more and more about the new ladies in his life, all the while being a patient confidante and good friend, leading him into their hearts, as well as their loins. Meanwhile, Sora can't help but have a recurring memory of her brother kissing her as a child…
After being stood up during a date on Christmas Eve, Junichi’s confidence took a critical nosedive. Two years later, he’s now a second year high school student and ready to give love another chance. Will he fall for the beautiful and popular Morishima, mischievous childhood friend Kaoru, shy and timid underclassman Sae, dependable class president Tsukasa, hardworking underclassman Ai or his gluttonous childhood friend Rihoko? Only time will tell, but one thing’s for sure: Junichi is determined to make his next Christmas Eve date a successful one!
They both have a boy as the protagonist who last 4 episodes in with the the same girl, but on the 5th, the story starts over again with a different heroine.
Even though Amagami SS doesn't have the extreme ecchiness that Yosuga No Sora has both appear very similar in the way they are done. Both are giving about 4 episodes per heroine so the audience can expect to see all heroines "happy endings". And both have the dramatic romance you would expect from these games-made-into-anime series. In the end, both are great series that deserve to be looked.
When I started to watch Yosuga no Sora and got about five episodes in, I thought, "this is just like Amagami SS! Only with more ecchi." Mainly due to it being separated into arcs, each centered on a specific girl.
With that said, they're both comedy/romance with Yosuga no Sora leaning more towards the drama side than Amagami SS, but the latter has it's own share of drama throughout. And as romances, both have those sappy heartwarming moments at times or moments that just make you smile.
Amagami SS feels better overall in terms of feeling between the guy and the girl, but Yosuga no Sora is still good overall.
Both Yosuga no Sora and Amagami SS feature a male lead dating different female leads, each female lead having a certain arc (in Amagami SS, 6 arcs as for 6 girls each having 4 episodes, in YnS 4 arcs and the number of episodes alocated to each varies). Romance, drama, comedy along the way in both shows, the exception is YnS which also features an incest theme and sexual content. My guess is if you liked one you will enjoy the other one as well.
If you want a much, much more ecchi Amagami SS, YnS is a good place to go. Both are told in the same way, having an arc then completely starting over like you're playing a visual novel. Both series have a lot of romance and comedy. If you like Amagami and want something ecchi-er, then YnS is the place to go.
Amagami SS and Yosuga no Sora are both animes based off of a dating sim/eroge games. They both share a very distinct feature, in that, after each girl's story arc the anime "resets," and we see how the story plays out focusing on a different heroine. This is a unquie new trick one does not see too often in game adaptions. Yosuga no Sora is certainly much more hentai based and is meant for mature audiences, while Amagami SS is much more light hearted and appropirate for younger viewers. That said if you enjoyed the "reset" idea featured in either one of these series you might try the other.
If you like a good story line, and you like a somewhat stable setting that leaves you thinking. Then Yosuga no Sora or Amagami SS is the one for you. With both leading through different paths during the episodes, Amagami SS will leave you with a wonderful warm feeling at the end, and If you want alot of Ecchi with a Heart-Racing ending, Yosuga no Sora can be added to your lists.
If you liked the omnibus format in Yosuga no Sora (guy has a relationship with one of the girls; then the story starts anew with another), try the far superior Amagami SS.
Instead of being as shallow and ''direct'' as Yosuga is, what you will get in Amagami is WAY more interesting relationships, girls, male lead and dialogues, which make for a much greater dramatic effect and also lots of fun. Also, the girls don't fall for the protagonist right off the bat 'just because' - they meet, interact and their relationship grows on a far more realistic way.
If you were in Yosuga just for the light pr0n, though, I guess you can skip this recommendation.
Both feature arced episodes with a 'reset' which is becoming popular in recent animes. However both feel slightly weird due to the fact that they are so short, the love that develops doesn't feel right, however this is corrected in Amagami SS as it is only kissing and hugs. On the contrary Yosuga no Sora features almost lust driven relationships. But both make you feel good and the stories for the individual arcs are good.
both stories come back to a previous step to take place in a different way, in both anime stories the protagonists are more girls in different time spaces, the only obvious difference is that in no Sora Yosuga scenes are pushed to the end of each edge which happens only once (and not so daring) in amagami ss
Due to their alternative storytelling style and focus on relationships between the male lead and multiple female leads each having the same starting point and branching off in an alternate "reality" as they develop a relationship, both Yosuga no Sora and Amagami SS are very much alike in this regard. The similarities end there however, Yosuga is much more hardcore in it's graphic depiction of sex and nudity while Amagami takes a more light hearted approach. If you liked the style but not the content of Yosuga and enjoy romances then Amagami is not to be passed over.
Both have 1 guy that has a relationship with many girls one after the other. Yosuga no Sora has a lot more ecchi. Also sora has incest that relationsip builds. Amagami SS has more of a story and a build up to a confesh. Both are nice romance animes
Both animes are done in the same way. They are seperated into arcs that focus on an individual girl, although yosuga no sora is a lot more perverted. Yosuga no sora has a lot of adult stuf where as amagami ss is audiance friendly. Overall I think Amagami ss is more of a romance anime (better) than Yosuga no Sora which is more like a hentai.
You probably need to watch Amagami SS before Yosuga no Sora, because the different girls=different arcs system is demonstrated better and is easier to understand. I would say Yosuga no Sora is more mature in it's content. Both feel like heram anime but they are more closer to parallel worlds or choose your own ending types of animes. Both involve the protagoinst being surrounded by different girls he can persue which leads to different endings.
The stories are built up in pretty much the same way, they both have an arc for every girl, 4 episodes long in Amagami SS, shorter in Yosuga no Sora. Yosuga no Sora has a lot more Ecchi though, it's a borderline hentai. Amagami is more like the average harem anime. Also, both series are based off a visual novel.
Both animes revolve around a male protagonist's finding love. Also, both animes have the same "arc" style ( 2-4 episodes dedicated to each individual girl or different scenarios).
While Amagami is more about the romance, Yosuga no Sora has a balance between the explicit content and the romance.
Aki lives a charmed life. Popular, athletic, and at the top of her class, she rules the school; and at home, her younger brother Sora caters to her every whim. However, her younger sister Nami doesn't have it so easy. The small-chested and sarcastic girl is in love with her best friend, who happens to be in love with Sora. Meanwhile, the slight and feminine Sora spends his evenings cooking and cleaning for the entire family while being bullied by Aki - and what's worse, he harbors a forbidden, deep-seated lust for the girl. Will Sora give into his desires, and will Nami ever win the heart of her best friend?
What's the limit a non-hentai show can reach in regard to excessive visual sex depiction? Aki Sora and Yosuga no Sora exploit these limits involving at the same time some highly questionable themes like incest.
INCEST, SEX and PERVERSION. The three things that make this recommendation easy, the story of Yosuga makes it interesting to watch and develops well, contrasted to the abruptness of Aki Sora. My biggest problem with both is that the love is sudden and abrupt which makes it seem more like lust rather than true love. Watch Yosuga if you want more story, watch Aki Sora if you want more 'love.'
Both are borderline hentai anime that shares the same main theme (a forbidden love between siblings). Yosuga no Sora has a slightly better developed plot since it's longer, but if you liked one you'll like the other.
You want sex? We got sex here. Putting teenagers in the throws of passion is what these two anime do. Both can be somewhat explicit at times, with Aki Sora being much more so, so if that's your thing, go for it. While Aki Sora is mostly about the sexual relationship, though, Yosuga no Sora delves deeper into the lives of the majority of the cast. These two are immediately compareable.
Both animes are about the forbidden tree of love and the fruit it bears. Both series have glorius ecchi scenes; which, is almost hentai. While Aki Sora focuses on the love of those two, Yosuga no Sora is split into arcs due to the amount of girls involved; which, his sister is apart of.
main charactar actually get with a few girls in both shows and theres actually sex happening as well
When Makoto saw Kotonoha on the train one day, he fell in love at first sight. Luckily, his classmate Sekai’s nosy personality ensures him an introduction to his crush, and soon the two begin to date. However, Kotonoha isn’t the only one with eyes for Makoto - a fact that any horny teenager would be delighted with. With endless temptations, lies and heartbreak at every turn, Makoto and Kotonoha’s relationship will soon be put to the ultimate test...
Each of these series feature the lead male having adult relationships with several different women. Also, it is very easy to hate the lead male. Finally, the both finish off with a very... risque manner.
Leading a different type of story line, never-the-less the ending to SchoolDays will leave you wondering just like Haru and Sora, SchoolDays is one not to miss if you took a liking to Yosuga No Sora, having love triangles and relationships where people get overly jealous, try this Series out.
Well if my opinion matters these series are a lot in common just YnS shows more boob and SD has a more explicit to say the least but the only thing different is that YnS is a multi branch anime where as SD is just one whole thing but the lead is having sex with multiple women although more wincest than SD I had a more enjoyable time watching paint dry than these series but If you had to watch one watch YnS it has a deeper plot than SD and less cheating
Jealousy, Lust and Immaturity feature heavily in both animes. The characters loves feels jilted and in many ways wrong (with the except of a few pairings) which bring down both, they seem more like reflection of the barbaric half of society driven through lust. Nether the less both are enjoyable to watch and if you liked one you'll like the other
The male protagonist has relationships with multiple girls in both series, resulting in love triangles. Both series are School Life / Drama.
Aki and Sora continue to indulge in their forbidden sexual relationship, unbeknownst to their mother and sister Nami. Even becoming sick or cooking dinner is a pleasurable adventure for the boy given the loving touch of his older sister. Meanwhile, Nami is as determined as ever to catch the eye of her best friend Kana, though the girl continues to have eyes only for her brother, Sora...
Each of these series revolve around some more dramatic topics and adult relationships (often with siblings). If you liked the dramatic nature or adult nature of one series, you'll likely enjoy the other.
Both shares the same main topic (love between siblings) and features a good amount of sex and nudity. If you liked Yosuga no Sora but you prefer something similar but more explicit and/or shorter, then Aki Sora: Yume no Naka is for you but, if you liked Aki Sora: Yume no Naka and you prefer something similar but less explicit and with a better developed plot, then you'd like Yosuga no Sora.
Both animes are about the romance of their forbidden love. Both series have borderline hentai scenes and you can feel their desire to be together. While Aki Sora is focused on the siblings; Yosuga no Sora is focused many girls but, his sister gets her time.
Yori Yuki has loved his twin sister ever since he can remember. While his parents brushed it off as a child’s fantasy, he always knew it was true love; but because it is incest, taboo, a forbidden love, he did his best to eliminate those feelings. 15 years have gone by and his feelings never wavered; in fact, they have grown stronger. He’s watched his sister Iku grow up and become a beautiful woman, and now, he can no longer contain his feelings – Yori confesses. Yet even if Iku reciprocates his feelings, that doesn’t change the fact that they’re brother and sister. Can forbidden love last?
Same theme of incest and it has the same adultery theme to it, too. That being said, they are two different anime, but if you're in the mood for some sibling love, both should satisfy.
Both animes both have a brother-sister love within them. Both animes have beautiful romances that flourishes over the series. While Boku we Imouto is mainly focused on their love, Yosuga no Sora has many different girls split up into arcs (2-4 episodes per girl); which, one is his sister.