Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Oct 4, 2012 to Dec 20, 2012
24 min. per episode
R - 17+ (violence & profanity)
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SynopsisIn the blink of the mind's eye, Ryouta Sakamoto suddenly finds himself transported from playing the hit Btoom! video game to being stranded on a mysterious island, equipped with a day's worth of provisions, a bag of bombs, a strange crystal embedded in his left hand and a huge gaping hole in his memory. But it doesn't take long to figure out what's going on, especially after the first person Ryouta meets tries to kill him. Someone is attempting to recreate the ultra-violent Btoom! game in real life, and the island has been filled with an army of other unwilling players, each armed with one of the multiple variants of explosive weapons called BIM. Fortunately, Ryouta's an ace Btoom! player, but this insane version of the game has no reset switch or second lives, and there's only one way off the island: kill seven other people before they can kill you! Can Ryouta repurpose his game based skills fast enough to survive?
(Source: Sentai Filmworks)
Related AnimeAdaptation: Btooom!
Characters & Voice Actors
In my effort to find animes that don't star some stupid little high school boy I decided to focus as much as I could on finding animes starring adults. My search didn't take that long surprisingly when I came across of a description "A 22 year old..." that my friend was how I discovered BTOOM!
I decided to give the anime a shot to see if I like it and ended up watching the whole thing in two days. :D Let me first talk about all the things I liked about it.
The story is about a guy who sits at home playing videos games all day, he's one of the top players in a game called BTOOM! Eventually he gets kidnapped and taken to an Island where he has to play the game to survive and win back his freedom. I immediately thought of myself and my Killzone 3 addiction. lol! So I can sort of relate to the main protagonist. I also love stories like "The Hunger Games" where people are forced to fight each other for their lives.
The Characters are a the biggest draw for me as they are all real people...or they feel like real people and not just a bunch of anime archetypes thrown together. The main character, Ryouta is just a regular guy who is very selfish and tends to think only about how things affect him. He's not some goody two shoes but he's not the devil as well. What was interesting to me more than anything was finding out that everyone on the Island was sent there by someone they know and we do get a glimpse into the reasons why some of the characters are there and with the others you can sort of see why, based on their actions, why someone would send them. In other words, some are more deserving of their spot there than others and with Ryouta, it's up to you to decide if he should really be there or not.
The next main character is Himiko/Emilia a highschool girl who also played the game somewhat and even married Ryouta in the game. When I first saw this character I rolled my eyes because I wanted to avoid the high school kid thing but I was wrong. This girl is as real as it can get and someone I found myself rooting for and relating to a great deal. I love how her character was handled in some of the situations she was in. She was almost raped twice and it made her grow mistrusting of men in general, something that I know a lot of women go through. She just did bounce back and become some sex kitten, nor was she a damsel. she fought to maintain her purity in a world where men were eager to take it away from her. Even if it meant sacrificing her own life.
Anyway, the characters, even the ones I didn't root for all had something about them that made me feel a certain way about them whether it was love, hate, disgust, etc.The anime did not pull its punches showing how horrible some of these characters are and for a story premise about how these people were chosen by someone "who wants them to disappear" that's how it should be. The story is filled with betrayals and so on that constantly remind you of why they are there.
I really enjoyed the slow development of the relationship between Ryouta and Himiko. He's not some stupid shy little boy and she's not some super bitch or super sickly sweet chick. They are just two people thrown into a nightmare and they are trying to survive.
Now what I didn't like about it:
First I was happy that Himiko was called a foreigner. she was a character with blond hair and blue eyes, it makes sense. Then later she calls herself Japanese?? I don't know many Japanese girls named Emilia or at least that's not a common Japanese name. Why can't she just be a foreigner living in Japan?
The anime suffers from not being longer than 12 episodes. I would have liked to know more about the other characters and what was going on with the people behind BTOOM and this island version of it. It sort of reminded me of "Cabin in the Woods" the way they were monitoring them all.
The anime did way too many 'That could have been messy" moments. For example: Himiko manages to toss a bomb off of her while the timer was at 1 sec. That is ridiculous considering the fact that we have seen other characters die from the same bomb type from a farther distance and I doubt she was able to throw it that far that fast in 1 sec. This also happens to the Ryouta a lot. Too many close calls takes away from the suspense of having them.
I really like this anime. I love the characters in it ad I really want to get to know more about them. When I finished the last episode I looked for a season 2 because there is just no way this anime is over. It pretty much finishes in the middle! However, sadly I read that it was one of the worst selling animes of 2012. *SMH* of course it is. Why am I not the least bit surprised that this anime was a poor seller. It isn't starring some idiotic high school boy who spends all day blushing at chicks and riding mechs. It isn't starring an equally annoying anime girl who is so sweet she might as well p*$$ maple syrup or a girl who is so emotionally devoid of life she might as well be a sockt puppet. Everybody's problems can't be solve by saying "Believe in me/us/him/her" Maybe it wasn't eechi enough for all the pervs. heaven forbid it shows a girl almost getting raped and gee golly whiz, not actually like it or sequel helplessly.
Oh well, I won't hold my breath for another season and considering where it stops off at you would probably be better off not even watching it. here is a manga though so I'll check it out.
I was looking for an anime with a post-adolescent protagonist and a serious storyline, and that brought me to Btooom! But the stats for this anime on ANN and MAL weren't outstanding, so I went into it with mixed feelings but came out impressed; although it turned out not to be exactly the kind of anime I was initially looking for. Here is my review:
[NEVER SPOILERS, guaranteed]
This anime is a good eye-candy that has a respectable story. If you’re into the action, sci-fi and survival game subgenres mixed with some romance, then you will enjoy this anime.
The story, in a nutshell, explores how people “survive” when forced into a harsh survival game in a tropical island in the middle of nowhere, and then it mixes this setup with some heavy action and light romance.
This anime quickly reminds of Sword Art Online (SAO), as they both share similar premises of a survival game; although SAO features a visual reality, whereas this anime is a real reality. The inciting incident of this anime also has a very similar feel to that of SAO. But pretty much everything else about this anime differs from SAO. The first episode should thrill you enough to get you very interested. The last episode warrants a second season to tie up loose ends. And everything in between is predictable but also enjoyable.
The male protagonist Ryouta Sakamoto had the privilege to undergo full development but not without major flaws. Ryouta for some reason always figured out stuff 100 years late. It would've made for a good plot point if the anime creators had set him up as a downright idiot, but he wasn't established as one. In fact, on the contrary he was introduced as a gaming genius. By halfway into the series, it became clear that the anime creators spontaneously nerf his reasoning ability in certain scenes just to make the plot thicker and hike up suspense. Terrible idea.
The female protagonist Himiko was also well developed and was at least not another archetypal useless female protagonist. She might not have been the super strong, super smart type, but she at least decisively pushed the story forward.
The other characters represent a full spectrum of personalities and disorders. They probably won’t bore you.
ANIMATION & ART: 7/10
The art was neat, colourful and shiny, but somehow the animation failed to fully convey the emotions that characters were expressing. This was a persistent flaw. The flow of motion during action scenes were decent enough to suffice. In all, the neatness and lustre of the art makes up for any shortcomings in animation.
PLOT & PACING:
The plotline is non-linear in the first few episodes, with long flashbacks that, if consolidated, can span up to half of an episode. These flashbacks get in the way because many times they have absolutely nothing to do with the scene they interrupt. Nothing kills the mood more than having a flashback of "the girls’ day out" that interrupts the scene where someone’s throat has just been slit and sh*t is about to go down, especially when this flashback adds no value to the intense scene it just interrupted. However those flashbacks later on proved to be very useful to the story and eventually became very much appreciated. Nevertheless, they could have been spliced in more seamlessly.
The anime’s pacing was perfect. It didn't feel slow or rushed. Something intense always happened and moved the story forward in each episode.
The male protagonist Ryouta Sakamoto is equipped with a strong plot armour, literally. His skin had to be made of steel for him to survive some things other characters cannot (and did not) survive. But it wasn't rampant enough to detract from the fun.
FANSERVICE & ECCHI:
This anime abounds with bouncing clothed boobs, panty-shots and cleavages but no nudity; although there are scenes where the sexual tension is palpable and non-consensual sex implied. In all, there is a healthy (or rather unhealthy) dose of fan service in this anime, but it is far more sanitized than in the manga.
Both are about a guy that is forced to play a game risking his live together with other people. In order to leave this situation, they have to beat the game following the rules they were given.
Btooom! has a very similar concept - people playing a game in real life, putting their lives at stake. The difference is, however, that Btooom! actually succeeds at this. It is what Sword Art Online could've - or maybe should've - been.
They are both mostly the same and both are great! Both of the protagonists in these anime are both thrown into a game that they were really good at. Now they need to play the game they loved in the form of survival and complete the game.
Hackneyed 'survival game' shows that ultimately fall flat, most notably in the areas of characterization and plot. Both feature an awful romantic duo as the holier-than-thou protagonists. The romance in each of these shows is cloying and cheesy.
How isn't it? Both follow the story of a male protagonist being forced to play a game with much higher stakes then originally expected!
They both have a "Complete Romance" element, and both show issues on morality and desensitization to violence!
while btoom is more on the gory side, they're both stuck in a game they cannot get out of unless they beat it
Both are about a guy who games and gets actually thrown into the game one day with their lives on the line.
Both are a survival game with romance
Survival of the fittest!!
SAO= stuck in virtual reality game
Btooom!= stuck in an island playing a game
*in both anime losing the game means death!!
*there is the main protagonist and their romance with other player
and they both strive to survive the game together
*in both stories the couple get married in the video game
*the main guy has an amazing skill set w.r.t. the game
I like to refer Btooom! as "Bomb" Art Online sometimes.
Both deal with an online game where the human life is at stake. Only difference is that in Btooom, it becomes reality, whereas in SAO, the players' minds are stuck in the game itself.
How are they similar ? Hmm , lets see :
Survival - Check
Bad Ass + Gloomy + Game Addicted MC - Check
Hot Girl - Check
They Need A Second Season - Check
And for all those who say that SAO isn't similar to this because it's a harem-ish anime in disguise , i can't agree with them , after all the guy ' selected ' his girl .
Both are about players who have been put into a world where they once enjoyed gaming in.
Btooom is more brutal, realistic, and much, much darker while SAO is very light-hearted and more in a fantasy genre.
- Same in 'game', but SAO is real game (Virtual RPG) and Btooom! tells about game in REAL WORLD.
- Thriller. in SAO, they need to get to 100th floor to finish the game and return to reality.
in Btooom!, they need to get 7 chips to get back to their own home.
Both series have the Main Character play a video game
Main Characters are also forced to play against their will
Main Characters are good at the game (possibly the best)
1.Both of the main character both start out on top, they both have awareness of their power.
2. The situation is a game, where you can die, even tho SAO is virtual and Btooom! Is not.
3. The main character finds love, in a messed up situation
Reality turns into a virtual world
Both have similar male protagonist who want to escape
Btooom however has much more gore, plus the female protagonist is on par with Asuna
Both have an interesting plot which is unpredictable
Art style is similar
The same concept of a real life game world. But Btooom! is more intense and aimed at a more mature audience. No magic and leveling up and stuff. The characters are not trapped in a game world but rather on an island in the real world where they are forced to survive based on the concept of a popular video game in the anime.
In one note: It's one of those game world real world dimension shifting anime but one that takes place only in the real world, and is aimed at a more mature audience with blood and gore and smart tactics.
they both have a game that can kill you but btooom is real life
They are both set in a game-like world, though Btooom! is more explicit, (and better) than SAO. They both have the "if you die in game, you die in real life" aspect, though in Btooom! You actually get blown to pieces and in SAO, you just disappear.
Both male protagonists are forced to play a survival game. There they meet the female protagonist and develop a romantic relationship with each other.
Both anime have a good amount of quality action scenes. (Though Btooom! was more bloodier.)
Both same as they force to play the game risking their lives to survive and finish it according to the rules that was given .
Hot Leading lady
SAO = Asuna
Btooom! = Himeko
Both anime are featured in a game.
SAO is more of the fantasy and action type while Btooom is more of the psychological and horror type.
They both involve being in a video game.
In both anime the main character is sent into a game which is a live or die situation, both of them meet a heroine inside of the game, and both are amazing. The only difference is that in SAO, they have to work together and in Btooom, they have to kill each other in order to complete the game.
- main characters are stuck in a death game where they are fighting for their lives
- romance with a cute girl, both are "ingame married" with her
- main character is one of the best players of the game
-both aired around the same time, 2012, followed with great animations
-the pacing of both series is a bit unique, you'll see what i mean when u watch it
- Even though Btoom uses bomb, and Sao uses swords, they both have their own unique features,( there are many types of bombs in btoom such as the time bomb, SAO has swordskills like starburst stream(dual wielding)
-Both are games that take place in reality, the possiblity of dieing within the game.
-Main Characters are pros at the game.
-Romance aspects, however SAO features more.
'World's Greatest Gamer' has to play his favorite mmo IRL
1.Both are about games.
2.Both main character is forced to play the game.
3.Main character meets a girl and is in love with them
Btooom is a favourite of mine, i love how the characters revert to the baser instinct to fight for survival and a way out of the deadly game. SOA is based around the same principle of people playing for their lives and future
Both anime plot is about being trapped in a 'death' game. Excellent plot and creativity. How will they survive? ...Who will survive?! Find out now!
Both are about a guy who games and gets actually thrown into the game one day with their lives on the line.
Yes, both have a guy forced into a game that must be beat within the rules. Both have mechanics from video games. Both main characters are experienced at the game. Both contain alliances. But most importantly, both female leads are pretty much useless.
You try to survive or else you die. Both have their really exciting moments that gets your heart racing
Both features collisions between real life and a game. And a bit of romance on the side!
Okay, basically they have the same story line: They're both about a guy who loves playing online games but one day that game becomes real. Their lives are at stake and they are forced to "play" to survive. Both have a little of romance in it to spice things up. However, Btoom! has more mature themes whereas Sword Art Online doesn't. And I mean physically and psychologically. I believe Sword Art online has a softer approach and maybe meant for slightly younger viewers. Therefore this recommendation is valid for those who have enjoyed this whole game idea and are looking for a worth watching similar anime. Personally, I enjoyed both.
Both are "playing" in a fighting "game" and you will seriously die if you die in the game
Main characters both experienced playing either the same or similar game before the actual game
Both finds a girl they want to fight for while in the game
Both fights with the girl and have or had another person they met before the girl and fought with them as well
"Hey man, let's play this Online Multiplayer Game. No, not 'Simulation'... 'Reality' if you know what that means....." In the story, the main characters were involve in a video game that are suddenly trapped from the ones that they are playing. In order to escape, a certain task needs to be accomplish: It's every man for himself, while the other is clearing the game. Despair, fear, strategies, tactics, and romance were used in the series.
The difference is that Btooom is much more of an action show, real life combat, and trapped in an island. SAO features much more of a romance show, trapped in a video game, and swords and magic to fight.
Both have a survival theme, both in a survival game setting, both have romance, both have "die in game, die for real" aspect except Btooom! is set irl.
both stuck in a game and the only way to get out is you have to win
Both series deal with life or death situations, and they're both about being trapped in a game, (in the case of Btooom! they're trapped on an island and in SAO it's virtual reality). Btooom! is more of a seinen anime while SAO is shounen.
Both are pretty much a guy and a girl playing a game to survive
Both revolve around a game that turns deadly in real life, and the relationship of the main characters is similar.
Well both are guy and a girl playing a game to survive. So its pretty similar
although SAO is a online survival anime, btooom is in real life but what makes these two great animes like is because of the romance survival between Boy and Girl. The two have amazing survival stories that makes you want to watch and know more about their survival "together".
In the both animes characters are send to a place where they must fight, however in the both the principals characters fall in love with a girl that they met on the place.
Both shows are based on a game of survival which begins in a virtual reality game although btooom deviates a bit...
Similar story where the main is now in a life or death survival "game". I watched SAO 1st but honestly BTOOOM! is more serious and original
Both are action anime with a gamer that gets trapped in a deathly version of his favourite game (virtual one in case of Sword Art Online, real one in case of Btooom) where people can actually die. Later he meets a girl and they try to escape the game together.
Both of these anime series' are survival orientated, with an implied love interest between two main characters.
They're both about games and how they get stuck in an unknown world where they'll have to fight to survive. SAO and Btooom! are very similar in both their actions, fantasy and both have mature romance. SAO is a bit more easy going in romance though.
Both anime share a similar plot line. A male protagonist gamer has to play the video game in real life. There is some romance that is quite enjoyable, great action, and exquisite art. And both leave you wanting more for days.
Both series are about game based survival games.
But there are two big differences between these series:
1. Sword Art Online is set inside a game
Btooom! is full based on a game
2. In Sword Art Online you don't have to kill each other
In Btooom! you have to kill to win
Both are basically about people being taken to a virtual game.
They are similar bacuse they are both about being stuck in a game where u have to survive and kill if its needed.
Stuck in a game and menwhile the main character falls in love with a girl.
Both shows deal with characters being forced play by video game rules.
Sword Art online is mostly set in a virtual world. Btooom is mostly set in a real world environment. Real or not, in both shows, when you die in the game, you die for real.
(This is just my opinion.)
They both share very similar premise
In both anime series it starts off as a game and then becomes a reality. Both main characters are smart and know the game well. They both fell in love with a girl online and meet her in the real world. In both when you die it is happening in real life, but in Sword Art Online when you die in the game it kills your brain in the real world. When in Btooom! your physical body is destroyed. in Sword Art Online you can use many different weapons to kill, but mainly swords. In Btooom! you can only use bombs.
Both main characters are stuck in a game to fight for their lives.
Both anime are survival death games. While Mirai Nikki lets players use personalized Future Diaries, Btooom! gives them specific types of bombs.
Mirai Nikki has supernatural elements while Btoom stays on real side.
Main characters are incredibly dumb but Btooom!'s MC at least doesn't care about ethics that much which makes him more interesting.
Both Anime focus around a game that the members are competing against to win a prize. The problem... both games involve killing other people in order to win. The main characters of both Anime doesn't want to kill people either, which in itself is another problem.
Both shows involve intense survival games. In Mirai Nikki, players in the survival game use diaries that can somewhat accurately predict the future to be the last player alive. In Btooom, players use bombs to ensure that they survive. Btooom has more psychological elements to it, but they can both be considered psychological horror.
-Both animes are about receiving or meeting a third party to supply you with powers to fight in a survival game, and aim to defeat the opposing parties to win the game.
-Both contains romance, and is gorey
Both are survival games where a certain number of people have to fight against each other. While in Mirai Nikki a cellphone is used to guide the characters, in Btooom! it's used a radar located in the participants' hands.
Both involve survival where the players try to kill each other and both the winners are granted freedom.
Mirai Nikki & Btooom! have the real-life game to play . The male charaters at first are scaredy cats later on they become braver .
Although i haven't seen past ep 2 of Btooom, it turning out to be a 'survival of the fitness' type of anime - like Mirai Nikki. The first similarity i saw between the two anime were that each candidate are given objects and have to learn to use them to survive. In Mirai Nikki is was a future diary (in the form of a mobile phone or a scroll), in Btooom they are given a type of bomb. The similarities continue with the amount of bloodshed, explosives, stabbings and a deep history of the characters which has shaped them into the characters they are at the beginning of the anime.
Both anime have the setting where you have to kill others to survive.
Both anime involves playing a game of survival and whoever becomes the winner gets to survive. In the anime, many people's true nature were shown; their cruelty towards other people. The female lead falls in love with the male lead and assists him in surviving.
It's all about survival and games in both of these series.
In Mirai Nikki and Btooom!, the theme of survival horror is present and there are the "players" who fights for their lives. The main protagonist meets a female protagonist who both happens to be gamers in the series.
There is violence. There is blood. There is emotions. There is drama. Then, at times, there seems to be a little hope..
also very bloody and gory with a lot of crazy characters
People compete against eachother in order to survive (or in this case to not get killed)
a lot of sick stuff and twisted stuff, just like in btooom!
These two anime are similar because the characters are in constant life or death situations and it's all about surviving until the very end.
same thing here, but instead of them not being in a game they played, in mirai nikki the game starts by a being who got bored and wanted to see it so he can be intertained.
Generic survival game anime.
If you enjoy the idea of multiple characters fighting to the death with the aid of an inanimate object as your tool, whether it's a bomb or a cell phone. This is your anime to watch ^^
Both series are about a survival game forced on the main character.
While you use cellphones in Mirai Nikki which predicts the future there are radars in the participants' hands which locates the enemy.
Both anime are about a Battle Royale where random people are chosen to kill each other. This is either to become the next God (Mirai Nikki), or to simply stay alive. (Btooom!) Both anime are very well put together and are interesting from start to finish. In any case there will be a lot of deaths, lots of exciting moments and blood will be flowing, no matter which of these anime you choose.
In both anime a survival game takes place and the main character starts being a coward and ends up risking his life for friends.
-Both tells about characters forced to killing each other.
-They have to kill another people, or theirselves will be in DANGER.
They are both very similar. They are about a game that makes the characters kill each other in order to survive in a realistic and unique way so i wouldn't say one of these is ripping off the other. They have a very similar vibe.
Both anime revolve around the the characters playing a survival to the death game against others players resulting in a prize. The players were all pushed into the game under their will and the only way out was death. In Mirai Nikki, the players used a diary to help them that could tell about the future, and when the diary breaks they die. In Btooom, the players use different kinds of bombs and have a use radar to locate the characters They are both full of blood, killing, betrayal,companionship ,and romantic scenes.
Both have the thing which is survival of the fittest in this so called life or death situation game
- Both Need To Compete.
- Both Need To Kill Others To Survive.
- Characters From Both Anime Has Dark Past.
Both survival based, very good story lines and enjoyable characters. Btooom! is a must see if you have enjoyed Mirai Nikki.
almost same .. kill or die
Though Btooom! has bombs instead of supernatural phones that predict the future, like Mirai Nikki, they both revolve around survival as a theme and are about ordinary(ish) people that have to kill each other as per the rules of a game that the main protagonists are forced into playing.
Both main characters are socially withdrawn, reluctant to kill, and they fall in love with the lead girl (although you'll see that Himiko's and Yuno's personalities and roles are quite different).
Both also feature an interesting cast of characters ranging from cunning to crazy.
If you enjoyed either series, you will enjoy the other.
Both anime are survival death games. While Mirai Nikki lets players use personalized Future Diaries, Btooom! gives them specific types of bombs
Mirai Nikki, and Btooom! both are survival games, the contestants in must fight to the death. In Btooom they are given Bombs that are called BIM's, they are given different type's of BIM's and a scanner each. In Btooom! you have only a Limited amount of BIM's the only way to gain more is by killing a contestant your self and take their BIM's. Similar to Btooom's BIM's and scanner in Mirai Nikki the contestant is given a future diary, they are varied like the BIM's in Btoom!, the future diaries predict the future but your future can change from other diary owners having it also work like the scanner in Btoom!. Both Mirai Nikki and Btoom!
are darker shows, you get to see how people react and struggle when their life is completely changed and placed in a alien like environment, both shows are also
worth the watch!
This is my first recommendation that i have written I hope it was helpful and not a waste of your time, have a good one.
Reality game. Both anime has similar plot, where MC forced in a game that he can kill or killed.
If you enjoy watching BTOOOM!, I very recommend this anime
Both are survival anime. There's also romance between the male and female protagonists who work together to win the game. People also lose sanity in both anime. Both anime are also have pretty cool and gory deaths.
Btooom! and Mirai Nikki (TV) have the same psychological feeling to them. They both have people turning on, betraying, and allying each other. They are very similar since both anime feature a survival "game". If you liked one, you would most likely like the other.
Both are about people trying to make it out alive in a survival game.
Both protagonists are socially withdrawn at first, but slowly develop self confidence and become more outspoken throughout the show.
They are the same except in this one all you need to live and get back home is you have to kill 7 people. This is based of a game where you have to use bombs there are tracker bombs, timers, fist contact, dark hole, trap, and smoke acid bombs. The bombs are like the diarys in this anime. There is a love interest. There are 30 ish people playing the death game. Hope this help you thanks for your time.
Survival, trust, and competition, a death match game involving competitors to frag people to complete or escape the game. As the quote says when in this dangerous situation; 'It's every man for himself." This can be a quite the challenge for the main male character, not by a death game, but also a female character is added in their life who mostly help and escape this death match. Expect some plot twist, romance, and strategies that they will use throughout the show.
Btooom takes place on an isolated island where competitors frag other people to escape. Mirai Nikki uses a phone to tell future events and uses it as an item to fight competitors.
If you're looking for an anime in which the characters are placed in a survival game and this anime
Kill or be killed, that's the number 1 rule in both of these animes. But Btooom has less bloodbath scenes than mirai nikki. And i recommend to read chapter 51 of Btooom after watching the anime.
Both Anime focus around a game that the members are competing against to win a prize. The problem... both games involve killing other people in order to win. The main characters of both Anime doesn't want to kill people either, which in itself is another problem.
They are both anime about surviving in a game that they were forced into. If you liked Btooom!, you're sure to like Mirai Nikki.
Both have a "deathmatch" element and focus on eliminating your opponents using your wits and unique power (Mirai Nikki) or equipment (BTOOOM). Both are psychological and full of action and suspense! Mirai Nikki and BTOOOM both have a romance element and good character development. Both are "must sees" for any lover of action, strategy and psychological anime!
- Both survival death games
- Both have a female protagonist who loves the MC
- Both contain a dark plot
-Female protagonists have different personalities
- Mirai Nikki is more supernatural, where as Btooom is more realistic
- Mirai Nikki has more Bloodlust
- Btooom is more about the two main MCs romantic development, where as in Mirai Nikki its more about the female MC obsessing over the male MC
Both are survival games. The contestants must kill each other in order to win the death game, and in return they are rewarded if they win. Both series have a lead male and female protagonist that work together.
They're both survival anime.
They're both romances at heart, with the two leads getting together.
They both have very unique and memorable characters.
And they're both pretty damn enjoyable.
Overall, Mirai Nikki has better plot twists, and Btooom! is a tad more realistic with respect to the psychological damage that comes with a death game, but if you liked Mirai Nikki, I'm positive Btooom! will keep you wanting more.
A survival game. The MC is thrust into a dire situation. The only way to survive, is to play the game...
In both series the main characters participate in a survival game.
In Mirai Nikki their tool to win is their diary and in Btooom! their bombs.
Both series' are blood spilling action genre, with bits of ecchi scenes in some episodes.
Both series' main male protagonists fights for survival in order to accomplish their wish.
while the main female protagonists differ from each other, one is can kill mercilessly while the other fears men and somehow hesitates to kill.
Both series' story revolves on survival and trusting on one.
The main character in both, Btoom and Mirai Nikki, are stuck fighting against other humans. There's betrayal, violence, and a lot of murder in each. However, in Btoom they're stuck on an island whereas in Mirai Nikki the whole world is their playground to kill the other players.
both main characters have very little social life's and are forced into a game where they have to fight people to the death .at the start they don't know its a game of death .in both anime they resist the game and chose not to play it. but the other contestants force there hands and they must change to survive .in both shows the characters get a heads up on the enemy's . movements in btooom its a raider and in mirai nikki it the future dairy's .each person has there own advantages btooom different bombs in mirai nikki it different dairy's . this gives each person a unique tactical advantage .the only real difference is that in mirai nikki the main character is scared needs protection and in Btooom the main character usually ends up protecting people ........ that and mirai nikki has a psychotic love interest .you know the best part of that show. but aside form that basicly mirai nikki is a scifi version of btooom.......and if it helps the main character in btooom considers doing bad things to the main love intrest ... :/ BTOOOM's still good watch it. not as good but. watch it mirainikkibetter ............................................................................ WHY WOULD YOU READ ALL OF THIS ...................................................... WHY ARE YOU STILL HERE . IM CLEARLY WASTING TIME YOURS AND MY OWN ... bye :)
Both Mirai Nikki and Btooom!, have the survival game aspect in them. Both also give the players in the death game, powers. In Mirai Nikki, Future Diaries, and in Btooom!, bombs. Btooom! is slightly better than Mirai Nikki, in the fact that it has a slightly more tolerable main character, and is more of a mature anime. Plus, it doesn't have as many Plot Holes.
Opening Theme#1: "No pain, No game" by Nano (eps 1-11)
#2: "Exist (エグジスト)" by Nano (ep 12)
Ending Theme#1: "Aozora (アオゾラ)" by May'n (eps 1-11)
#2: "No pain, No game" by Nano (ep 12)
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