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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?!
In my opoinion both anime revolves around the main trying to hide their true self from those around them.
Both of them are harmless romcoms about two gamer nerds and the love that sprouts between them.
Both Wotakoi and MMO are about a central couple who are both Otaku and about their relationship, as well as have a good supporting cast. They're both pretty good comedically and have some romantic drama. Both are good if you like Otaku culture and Romance.
Both are slow romace anime that are based around socially awkward people. It also has elements of the gaming culture in it.
Both have a similar feel, in a sense. They revolve around romance between otaku, and feature characters that can sometimes be awkward (in a funny sort of way). They do focus on different stages in the relationship, and therefore go in different directions, but both are of a similar comedic style overall.
I watched Recovery of an MMO Junkie before Wotakoi and I liked both of them.
The story of two are totally differente but you can enjoy in both of them if you like this kind of anime.I don't want to give any spoilers but the only connection these two have is that they are about game.Wotakoi is about an otaku and gamer dating and Recovery of an MMO Junkie is about two people meeting in real life and in game at the same time.Both of them are really easy and fluffy watch I really reccomend them now to relax and just enjoy in anime.
Both have otaku love stories, with very similar feel for a similar age range (young office workers)
Both shows are about grown-ups that are anime/game-otaku and often play MMORPGs together. Also, the characters in both anime are awkward when it comes to romance.
Both have similar themes, both have adult-romances, and both are based on otaku culture. The characters in Wotakoi and Recovery of an MMO Junkie are fantastic and loveable. The humour/comedy aspect is golden too, I laughed out loud plenty of times. These 2 are both favourites of mine so I highly recommend both!
Its not your typical high school love story, but more mature comedy where the characters are adults. And characters is interested in the culture of gaming/anime etc. Its fun to watch someone with the same hobby as yourself. Perhaps you can relate. Its a cozy romantic comedy in everyday life.
In both animes, both male and female leads are otakus and have a hard time fitting in from this. The times they spend together while not playing a game, they can sometimes end up being seen as acting akward about everything and overthinging everything they do, thus adding a comedic effect to their relationships. As time moves, so do their relationship, on top of that it gets even better since they develope feelings for one another. The male leads are the ones that try to make any move but get really embarassed when they do. Overall, they have similar characters, also both animes have similar relationship progression with the male and female leads.
If you liked either of these cute romantic comedies about adult otaku, definitely check out the other. There's a lot of similar themes and situations that revolve around budding romance between shy people, games vs. real life, and having a job but also being an otaku.
Both are about some wholesome nerd love.Recovery of an MMO Junkie is more about the journey to a fateful love (and is better IMO), parts of it take place in a game world so you get som fantasy.Love is Hard for Otaku tells the story of an otaku couple who work in the same office and their relationship growth as they partake in the traditional Otaku activities. (It may not be quite as good, but is still entertaining, and full of references).
I’ve been reading the mangas not watching the animes but they are both romance and if you like that then go for it. Also the latter has cross dressing with in MMORPG gender switch i guess and the other is otakus I recommend both they are both good reads and are adorable but I haven’t gotten far in the RMMOJ one so tell me if either are good anime because I love them as the manga.
1. Adult romance
2. Main characters are Otaku
3. No love triangle
4. Main characters known each other in the past ( kind of ) and reunited after several years later
Both of the anime are about two otakus falling in love. MMO Junkie as the title suggests is just about gaming culture, Wotakoi is a whole otaku package. In both anime the main characters are quite dorky and pure. The stories are lighthearded and cute.
Both are fun romantic comedies about otakus and the unique ways they develop and show affection. Both series do good justice not just to otaku, but to healthy, balanced relationships as well.
both adult couples, mixing elements of the otaku culture with adult life. the difference lies in the fact that wotakoi has more of a multi-character dynamic than MMO junkie, kind of like friends, but otakus, and MMO junkie is more focused on one main character. Also, MMO deals with burn out syndrome and depression and the healing effect online gaming and its community have.
Both of these involve working adults, who also have a love for their needy hobbies! Super relatable for all the anime fans who are also working adults. Super wholesome and has great comedic moments.
both are about socially awkward grownup otakus who meet by chance encounter and end up falling in love with each other. similar character designs/personalities and vibes.
Kyouko and Izumi are two classmates who each lead a double life: the popular and talented Kyouko cares for her little brother by herself while her parents are away, and the quiet, bespectacled Izumi hides his many piercings and tattoos at school. After accidentally discovering each other's secrets the pair becomes fast friends, and together, they begin to navigate their new relationship together amongst unknowing peers and love rivals alike.
both animes portray relationships in realistic light. there's no unnecessary drama. the partners help each other with emotional or socital struggles. the relationship developments seem very realistic.
Both animes are a romantic slice of life that have fairly strong female character roles. Neither of the animes goes too deep with the plot, so if you want an anime to have some comedy, slice of life, romance those animes are for you.
Both give cute and loveable characters that deal with real problems that people encounter in the awkwardness of a new relationship. Their funny, and cute, and romantic. Their the type of shows to leave your heart with a glowy feeling.
I love them with all my heart!
both animes are romance, they really arent similar story wise but I would recommend if you've enjoyed either one.
Both are very light-hearted and masterpieces at what they do. Wotakoi focuses more on office romance while Horimiya is more on high school romance. The 2 main female characters are very similar in personality, character and tonality as well. If you want a light hearted romance comedy which doesn't focus to heavily on dramatical plots or over-complex connections, these 2 definetely cut it
i would recomend either of these if you liked the other honestly the reason is because they are very dramatic horimiya has some drama in it and same with wotakoi but very little if you like simple nice light romances you would love both of these
it has a lot of the same multicharacter chemistry with parallel arches, even though it's in a high school setting
Non-stereotypical Romance animes that actually build on the relationship instead of rely on ROMCOM tropes.
they both are light hearted comedies. all the funny moments come naturally, i recommend, it's an easy watch
Whilst the plot is different between both shows, they are similar in many ways. Both shows have a strong female lead who has a side to her which she prefers to keep private. Both are romantic comedies and are excellently done!
both super cute slive of life romance animes with comic relief, slight plot twists, and fuzzy cozy vibes
they're pretty much gving off the same comforting vibes because you can relate to the characters i guess idk
Both animes has simialr main protogonist who has experinced traumas based on their anti social behaviour. Their lives changes when they fall in love with the girl who changes them from their past to thier present.
The both animes has wonderful supporting chararcters which makes the anime more attractive.
The dynamic btw the characters relationship is great also they deal with life problems but at the same time can get a precious moment warming your heart
they're both just a must to watch, after you finish one you need another to fill that missing hole of "I need another romance anime" and boom! There's one right there for you :D
YES! I love these series, both are charming anime, they both show relationships in a more 'natural' setting
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.
Both anime have otaku culture, romance and comedy themes.
Monthly Girls is oriented towards life in school and working part-time while handling romantic and other relationships while Wotakoi has adult characters that are adults, working together, interested in otaku culture and already being in relationships.
Many details are very different but the feel of both anime is very similar in my opinion.
I recommend both of these animes, both are pretty awesome. Love is had for an otaku is still going but it's cute so far and Monthly Girls Nozaki-kun just gives the feels (Nozaki is frustratingly adorable and naive)
The animation and humor are similar, as are the characters and the situations they find themselves in. The only major difference is the setting.
They center around otaku culture, love, comedy, and lighthearted fun. Both are relaxing and easy to watch, and will most likely put you in a good mood. The characters are cute and likable with big personalities, plus the animation is incredibly similar. The main difference is the age of the characters (high school students in Nozaki, working adults in Wotakoi), but they still share the same comedic energy.
its lighthearted comedy, and the otaku culture is well explored here too. i really recommend this if you loved wotakoi.
Both lead pairs honestly remind me of each other, and both shows are very enjoyable romance anime that deserve more episodes.
Animation, comedy and also characters are a lot similiar, especially these two main MC, its like adult version of them in different art style.
The character dynamics in these shows are very similar? Nozaki is very similar to Hirotaka, and Kabakura is very similar to Hori.
Both are hilarious series that will give you a laugh and can make you wish for another season, both unfortunately both... wont receive a second season (sorry guys!)
What happens when a science-inclined girl and boy who are deeply passionate about research fall in love? An intelligent woman named Himuro Ayame who is a science graduate student at Saitama University happens to ask fellow science grad student Yukimura Shinya out. Of course, there’s no logical reason for this love! But as a science and engineering major, not being able to logically prove love would mean that those feelings aren’t real, and they’d fail as a science student. With that in mind, the two drag everyone else in the lab into trying various experiments to prove love actually exists.
Both romcom happen outside high school so, older characters either adults working in the office (Wotakoi) or graduate students (Rikei). Both involve obsessions with certain things, Wotakoi with games and Rikei with science. Both go through slice of life kind of episodes, however, Rikei uses University Research theme while Wotakoi uses games/anime references. Both male characters are lone types who only care for their obsession kinda.
its a lot like Wotakoi: loe is hard for Otaku since it's about two adults who are obsessed with science. Science fell in love, so I tried to prove it has a cute and adorable vibe to it, unlike Wokatoi has a more adult humor to it. They both have characters that have a hard time expressing themselves but in Science fell in love, so I tried to prove it, they try to use manga/ anime references as experiments. I highly recommend it since it's so cute and adorable watching every episode with a chuckle.
Both are based on adults, athough they are pretty different, the audience will be the same. In Wotakoi childhood otaku friends start dating, In Science fell in love, (people who have met before but are oblivious it was eachother) fall in love. I prefered Wotakoi though, watched it twice, and I dropped Science fell in love by episode 9.
Both are romcoms that are in adult settings. They both also have mc that are bad at communicating/understanding what they feel
Both center around lovable but awkward couples in their adulthood- for Wotakoi most of the humor is otaku related, in Science fell in love a lot of the humor is based on the ridiculous applications of science in the relationship (although there is an otaku supporting character as well). Both have predictable romance moments, I found Science fell in love to be a little more cliche but if you enjoy slow-burn rom-coms it's an easy and enjoyable watch!
Both with adult couples who does not really know much about relationship while trying to think logically or obessessed with games.
Both about a couple who seems well together at first glance but they don't really know why they are good together yet and the show is about figuring that out.
My name is Futaba Igarashi, and my senpai, Takeda-san, is annoying. He's big, loud, always in the way, and treats me like a child because he's so tall and I'm so short. But he's also kind, caring, and willing to go above and beyond for me. For example, he stopped some pervert from filming up my skirt when we took the train together, gave me a drink when I was pulling a long shift, and even came over to my place when I was cooped up with a cold. What gives?! If he keeps acting like this, people are going to think we're dating or something...!
Both are romcoms with the same sense of humor. They also both are about office romances where all the characters are adults going through their everyday adult life.
Work Place banter and normal, adult interactions are a welcome change of pace in both anime! A good quick watch with more adult humor as well.
Romcom revolving around office workers , both are reallyl good
Both of these shows offer a adult workplace romantic comedy setting. Both also show the day to day lives of their characters doing their jobs and how they spend their time outside of them
both are office love while otaku is a little more matured and my senpai is annoying is more like not in the confession stage if you wanna see any wholesome confessions
Both are office romance/office life anime with a focused, fairly small main cast of characters. Charming and relaxing tone in each without too much major conflict.
Kae Serinuma is what you'd call a "fujoshi." When she sees boys getting along with each other, she loves to indulge in wild fantasies! One day her favorite anime character dies and the shock causes her to lose a ton of weight. Then four hot guys at school ask her out, but that isn't exciting to her at all — she'd rather see them date each other!
While the setting and main plots differ, there's a lot of similarities when it comes to the otaku/fujoshi side of the respective stories. And when the female characters discuss their favourite characters and pairings, you feel a sense of deja vu.
Both Anime are about a Fujoshi main protagonist trying to hide their hobby but fail and try to survive their daily life at school/work. Its both with a lot of RomCom and totally worth a try if you loved one of the series <3
Both shows focus on characters that are hyper fans of a facet of otaku culture. Both have characters that are BL fans. Both are comedic romance stories.
They both have otaku/fujoshi main characters who are just trying to live thier lives. They're both fun plots with cute and wonderful main characters, lots of jokes and laughs and great subplots and supporting characters
Kaoru is an OL you can find anywhere, serious and works diligently, but her husband is a super otaku and more-or-less a NEET. She is caught up in one of her husband's whims one day or the subject of his concerns another, but the two are so close that it's embarrassing to even watch them!
A complete slice of life with heart throbbing moments and a hefty amount of otaku jokes.
Wotakoi does focus more on relationships between otakus, and Danna ga Nani is more of the relationship between an incredibly tolerant "normie" and an otaku.
Wotakoi: Love is Hard for Otaku and I Can't Understand What My Husband is Saying are, on the surface, extremely different anime, as Wotakoi is a long format sit-com romance, while I Can't Understand is a short format gag comedy.
However, both series are, at their core, situational sketch comedies. Both pull comic situations from conflicts caused by interesting character traits and otaku lifestyles impacting serious, caring relationships.
Most importantly, both shows treat relationships as valuable, show relationships growing as characters mature, show patience, and consciously forgive each other.
By this careful portrayal of flawed people growing together through dedicated effort and mutual care, both series maintain positive, reasuring atmospheres, in which we can be relaxed as we laugh in comfort, without cynicism.
If you got into I Can't Understand What My Husband is Saying for the gags and the warmth of the characters, and you would like to see something like it in a longer format, give Wotakoi a shot.
I can't understand what my Husband is saying is a heartwarming comedy serial about the trials of a married couple (the husband is an Otaku, the wife is a regular successful woman... who is also an unhinged alcoholic). They are roughly 10min long.Love is Hard for Otaku, shares the subjects of love and nerdiness. But is more of a story rather than short sketches strung together.
If you enjoyed one you will probably enjoy the other. They are both very cute and kind of leave you wanting more. Wotakoi deals with the relationship between two otaku while I Can’t Understand What My Husband is Saying is a relationship between an otaku and a “normal” woman. They’re both funny and focus on interpersonal relationships.
When Lucy was born, her parents couldn’t decide on a single first name so they decided to give her over a dozen of them! So to get revenge on the civil servant who approved the naming decision, Lucy, now an adult, has become one herself, eager to give him an earful. But the woman soon learns that being a civil servant is tough work! The citizens scold you, there’s little margin for error, and there’s challenges at every turn! Alongside other workers such as the flirtatious slacker Hasebe and shy newcomer Saya, Lucy will navigate her new career and experience both the frustrations, and also the joys, of helping the public.
very simular animes with the whole offace theme ramance to them. exept 'Love is hard for an Otaku' is passed more around otakus getting together ^w^
They're both goofy office romcom shows. Wotakoi focuses more on the characters' lives and relationships, while Servant x Service has a little bit more about the characters' work in relationship to their lives and relationships (especially in the first episode).
Wotakoi also has a lot of "inside jokes" for otakus, while Servant x Service is a little more general in it's jokes (you don't really have to get the reference to laugh at the joke if there is one).
Both are goofy office themed romance anime, although one (wotakoi) is more significantly about otaku related culture whereas SxS is a lot more vague in that regard
Hikari Tsutsui is a high school boy who is satisfied with the virtual girls he encounters in anime and games. He does not have many friends and he lives in his own world. One day, when he is stuck on pool cleaning duty, he is approached by Iroha, a "real girl" who is showy and popular with boys.
i think it is similar in terms that it also revolves around gamers and even the woman love interest looks similar to the one in wotakoi : love is hard for otaku please note that this recomendation is based off my own personal opinion
Both anime are about otaku and have romance, comedic reactions, and character-driven drama. They both have situations that an Otaku can relate to, so perfect if you're into both that and romance anime.
To those of you out there who never could say "I love you" — This story is about ordinary highschoolers and how love makes them fired up, shaken, laugh, cry, and hurt. Whether things go well or not, this story of adolescence and romance will show you how they spend their precious youth. Every character is the main character here, and you're sure to find one you can sympathize with.
They both show the development of the couples' relationships and the daily life and struggle that goes on during the relationship. They also both have the easy, slice of life feeling that goes on in romantic comedies.
Both introduce the fun idea of more than one couple trying to make things worse. Both are great either way, and so if romance comedies are for you, then these two are a hot pick!