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Kenji likes to think that he and his gang of friends are the bad boys of their school. That is, until he meets the four insane girls of a game-making club whose personalities are all super weird (and a little on the violent side). When Kenji’s forced to join their little group, his life quickly takes a turn for the outrageous.
These two shows use comedy as their strength to progress whatever story they are going for, alongside the quirky characters and vibrant colour schemes.However, D-Frag has used other comedic methods that stray away from the video game spectrum to focus on other game styles whereas Gamers! does stick with the video gaming theme. Even so, these two anime have similar styles of story telling and characters, I think if you enjoyed one you might enjoy the other.
Both are about gaming clubs at school and focus more on the character interactions than games themselves (opposite to shows like No Game No Life). In particular, Gamers! is a little more about relationship hijinks (i.e. high school dating "drama"), While D-Frag fits some of the more typical 'High school anime' stereotypes, and character personalities.
Both are about video games and are good. They are similar. This last sentence is filling out the minimum characters.
If you liked Gamers! or D-Frag!, then you'll probably like the other one because both anime center around gaming and completely crazy antics that ensue becasue of it. D-Frag! is general gaming, where as Gamers! is all about video gaming. However, the slapstick gag-style comedy is equally befitting of both. Plus, most of the characters from both are weird, quirky, or just plain crazy at times.
Morioka Moriko (♀) is 30, single, and a NEET. She has dropped out of the real world. Searching for a safe place, the place she ended up... is the online world!! In this online game, Moriko starts a new life as a handsome young man with silky hair named Hayashi. However, she’s an obvious noob and ends up dying numerous times when a lovely girl named “Lily” lends her a helping hand. Meanwhile IRL, she ends up having a shocking encounter with a mysterious handsome salaryman named Sakurai Yuta. After meeting him, the real world starts to change and starts affecting her online world as well?!
Both are fun, lighthearted anime implimenting video game culture, and the relationships between the characters involved.
They are both about introverted video-game addicts who are pulled out of their shells. Although one is about an MMORPG player and the other a handheld addict, they are both comedies and SOLs and share a main theme.
There is a cute awkwardness between the leads of the individual shows that blossoms into a romance. Good catch for those who like romance-type animes.
Both shows have characters, who are very much into gaming, and enjoy it a lot. Both, however, do not focus only on the game, but also a romance between the main characters. There's a good amount of references and game-related details, that'll make you smile if you like games. Both main characters of the shows, are introverted and quite self-concious. the 'cast' of Gamers! is a lot younger than that of Recovery of an MMO Junkie, but the theme is much the same.
After Hideki Nishimura confesses to a girl online, he is shocked when she turns out to be a boy. Traumatized, he swears to never trust any "girl" players. That is, until one confesses to him! Ako Tamaki is a beautiful loner who has trouble differentiating between what's reality and the online world she spends so much of her time in. Can Hideki and his guild friends help fix socially inept Ako?
Both are about gamers and have a game club, they are very similar but at the same time very different, they contain a romcom aspect to it as well. In Netoge the MC joins the newly created gamers club for him and his newly made friends so they can game after school, where as in Gamers! the club president tries recruiting Amano but isn't successful. If you like one you'll like the other.
Both meet in an activities club to play their common passion: video games.
Some characters are really similar, both share a girl who has difficulty adapting outside the world of video games.
Both anime is about games and the heroine likes the MC but the MC declined at first. Both are fun to watch and funny. The setting is both at school
During the heyday of the 2D fighting game boom in 1991, sixth-grader Haruo spends practically his entire day at an arcade in the seedy part of town, oblivious to the world around him. However, one day at his usual arcade, he encounters Akira, his female classmate with good grades and money. She may look out of place at the arcade, but she is actually a top-class gamer. Akira completely outmatches Haruo in one Street Fighter II round after another, and their relationship develops from this unlikely encounter.
Ever wanted to join an anime club but felt its geekiness would hurt your reputation? Sasahara feels your pain. Genshiken, the Society for the Study of Modern Visual Culture, is an organization of college otaku obsessed with anime, manga and video games. Their daily activities include holding impromptu cosplay photo shoots, braving the crowds and avoiding injury at doujinshi conventions, and tolerating harassment by Saki, a girl irked by her boyfriend's otaku-ness! It's a perfect match for Sasahara's interests, so why is it so difficult for him to join?
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.
It shares a general story, approach to telling it, style, comical twists, setting, look, genres, and types of characters between SNAFU and Gamers! Snafu lacks a natural feel; is a bit stiff in delivery; the lead is a bit too stoic and stone faced too much of the time to keep things so fresh; and has that whole attraction conflict between straight attractions to the two lead ladies and to one of the other lead men. It is the confusion on his preferences that make it less delighteful. Gamers focuses on comedy surrounding those relationships and the confusion the characters have for each other due to all the misperceptions, misunderstandings, and opposing viewpoints that never seem to match reality. Snafu also spends a bit too much effort allowing or setting up the main character to be the lacky fall guy for everyone's problems without satisfactory acknowledgement or appreciation for his sacrifices. It only adds to the lack of logic why he is so anti social yet gives up so much for strangers in a way that contradicts itself. But watcihing him get the abuse and flak loses my interest after about the third time it happens without any positive result forthcoming for him.
We kind of get that same thing with Keita who is often the butt of everyone's problems while taking it either in stride or idiotic simplicity and ignorance.
Everyone has regrets in life. So who wouldn't take the chance to change the past if given the opportunity? When sixteen-year-old Takamiya Naho receives a mysterious letter, claiming to be from her twenty-seven-year-old self, her life is suddenly thrown into flux. The letter tells her that a new transfer student by the name of Naruse Kakeru will be joining her class, and to keep her eye on him. But why? Naho must decide what to make of the letter and its cryptic warning, and what it means not only for her future, but for Kakeru's as well.
Orange is a serious story centered on a type of time travel sci fi gimmick while Gamers is a social comedy about a group of friends who meet and grow strong as friends inexplicably from a series of coincidences. The focus and relationship among the friends is remarkably similar in both stories. In both how they all meet up and how they interact and try to spend time together to support each other while avoiding traumas that could irrevocably hurt them.
An angel at the top of an angel school has descended to the human world! However, she has already acclimated to the life of the human world so much that she ends up leading a self-indulgent life, skipping school all the time and being absorbed in online games. Gabriel soon forgets about her original goal to make human beings happy and has turned into a lazy and hopeless angel, or a “sloppy angel” in short. Amazingly, she swears to continue to fully enjoy the pleasure of various entertainments of the human world.
Chiyo Sakura, a high school girl who fell in love with the unrefined boy schoolmate Umetaro Nozaki, decides to be courageous one day and asks him out. Her feelings weren't conveyed properly, and before she knew it she ends up helping a particular job of his as an assistant... The series is a shojo manga boy comedy which centers around Nozaki, a high school boy that is a popular shojo manga artist, and has a story woven by very individualistic characters.
This is another decent romance-comedy anime, although, a lot more decent than Gamers. Again, there’s more to the quality of the gag/comedy than the plot, but oh my, the characters in Gekkan Shoujo Nozakikun are absolutely loveable.
Chiyo has a repertoire of giffable facial expressions that brighten up your day, and Nozakikun is the biggest troll anime has ever had.
What’s special about this anime?
- It’s the 3rd time i’ve rewatched it, and it’s still hilarious.
- The music matches very well with the anime.
- It’s hilarious...hilarious... and hilarious.
After getting dumped on Christmas day, high school boy and hopeless romantic Natsuki Hashiba crosses paths with Anna, an aloof girl in a Santa outfit passing out tissues. For him it’s love at first sight, for her… not so much. With help from his best friends—a playboy, an otaku, and a nice guy with a sadistic streak—Natsuki sets out to win Anna’s heart and heal his own heartbreak along the way.