Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jan 6, 2013 to Mar 31, 2013
23 min. per episode
PG-13 - Teens 13 or older
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Score: 7.371 (scored by 18359 users)
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Both have characters with embarrassing secrets from their past that they are trying to hide.
Both are about a girl that finds out a boy's secret. Therefore the boys have to stay around them so other people won't know about it.
Both have ex-chuunibyou characters.
- Dark flame master
- Burning fighting fighter
both "chuuni" main characters
A few simple words...
Both of the main male leads have ex-chuunibyou syndrome and then a girl appears who finds out their secret and so they stay together.
Although in Chu2byou Koi Shitai the girl has chuunibyou while in Oreshura she doesn't.
((I actually haven't finished Chu2byou yet so uhh... I'll update this when I finish both.))
-The "Crazy Hard To Watch" Factor
-The "Secret" that I won't tell you
Each of these stories revolve around the characters suffering from their past "8th grader syndrome" only to be bribed or threatened into helping the female protagonist, Each have that light hearted comedy aspect as well as the main character fighting his feelings for the Main female.
If you've watched and liked Chuunibyou demo Koi ga Shitai then Oreshura should already be on your list seeing as they're both very similar anime that give off the same feelings as you watch with a good flow of enjoyable and serious moments to keep you following along.Right now Oreshura is ongoing to thirteen episodes on it's first season and Chuunibyou demo Koi ga Shitai is complete with twelve episodes, two side stories and an OVA on the way.
Both involves guy who was one chuunibyou and found himself blackmailed of having his secret expose.
Not the same:
One has an extra harem genre, while the other has romance as it's main genre.
Both series have very similar plots, characters, and humor. If you like one you will probably like the other. Chu2 is not a harem but but still feels similar and the MC has mostly girls for friends. While Ore no Kanojo is definitely harem but shares many recurring themes with Chu2.
if you liked oreshura you're probably going to like chuu2 as well. both of them have a guy who's trying to hide from his immature past.
Both have anti-social people forced to join a club.
School comedies with a main character that has stopped believing in love. Then, he is forced to join a club with a girl that often has a bad attitude.
Both of these anime contain similar styles of commentary and comedy. They both center around the male narrative of a guy who's had a fantasical past he's tried to put behind him. The main character often has long monologues with himself with a metaphorical cynicism of the social order and events at school. Other than that both main characters also are a bit socially inadept and seek (or forced to seek in Hachiman's case) the help of a very intelligent girl also dealing with her own problems. Both anime take place in a high school club focused on self-improvement.
Both feature a cynical guy jaded about love who is forced to join a school club. Both play with the standard high school love comedy tropes and feature witty dialogue and a sassy female lead.
In essence, both series takes place at a school life like setting. However, the main male protagonist gets caught up with a female protagonist who seems to have a strong independent personality.
The main male protagonist from both series are also considered anti social and rejects the idea of love. Similarly, the main female protagonist comes off as a cold beauty.
Both series also involves a club at school. This club consists of the two main characters as members although with different objectives.
The series also makes usages of comedy with humor through dialogues and interactions.
Highschool Romance where the MC isn't all the sociable but somehow ends with many girls
Both are comedy, romance, school;
Both have characters with fanciful thoughts;
Both main characters (Yukino and Masuzu) are objective, they go straight to the point;
The characters form clubs to help others;
Both have characters with problems to relate to people.
They are almost exactly the same.
Anti-social guy who had a past case of Chu-2 Byo.
Female lead have the same personality, and characteristics.
Both involves a guy who is seemly an emotional masochist which despite of the females character's bad attitude still stick to her.
Male lead who does not seem to care much for relationships or love.
Chiwa and Yui look similar,and are both outgoing. Yui reminds me heavily of Chiwa(mostly due to looks)
Both comedy and romance.
A club is formed(or existed, in the case of Oregairu) with the intent helping others(Maidens club to be popular, Volunteer club to help others in general)
Both involves pesky girl who transferred to the guy's school.
Both involves the same pesky girl who turns guy's life upside down.
Both have the same school, romance, comedy and harem genre.
The pesky girl in one anime is highly talented, but an airhead while the girl in the other anime is domineering and a bitch.
The harem genre in one anime is a 2 way competition........of sorts (co'z it doesn't look like there is) between the airhead girl and the guy's classmate. While in the other anime's harem genre is a 4 way competition.
The school uniform for boys in one anime sucks, while the boy's school uniform in the other anime is cool.
The guy in one anime is a study bug, while the guy in the other anime is game developer wanna be.
One anime is 13 episode long while the other one is 24 episodes long.
The character personalities are very similar.
Eita is more or less like like Sorata in terms of how they react to things; Masuzu isn't really like Mashiro but she takes the place of the female transfer student; Chiwa is like Misaki because both of them are full of energy but still have their serious moments; and I haven't read the manga but I believe Himeka is to be like Nanami, one sided love and what not.
The artwork is somewhat the similar as well. Setting mainly at a school.
However, although OreShura has only released 4 episodes, I think Sakurasou is more emotional.
Both have a girl that come into their lives and change many "things"
Both of these animes are similar on a number of points
-1st they are both animes about awkward love or people who are hopeless when it comes to understanding love
-2nd the art style of both and the sounds are fairly similiar
-3rd and last is the fact that the characters are somewhat similiar like the best friend and the sempai due to the fact that they are both energetic an free spirited
What's the same:
Both have that ordinary school chico who encounters troublesome chiquita who makes the chico's life miserable.
Both have school, romance and comedy genre.
What is not the same:
The chico in one anime is very good in studying and doesn't have time for romance, while the chico in the other anime is a dictionary definition of "STUPID."
The main chiquita in one anime is a textbook definition of a "BITCH," while the main chiquita in the other anime is .............let's just say either she's extremely intelligent or extremely retard.
The same situation where girl come into guys life and turns his life upside down.
The similarities between Haganai and Oreshura start from their light novel origins. Both anime's incorporate lighthearted humor along with a tendency to highlight social awkwardness, mob mentality and general social commentary.
If you intend to dive into the Winter 2013 season, then definitely give Haganai a watch, simply for the fact that Haganai NEXT is also airing during the same time.
Both have a similar feeling. Both of these anime focus on a club and gain additional members as it progresses (all of them weird to an extent). The comedy in both anime are similar as well, except Boku wa Tomodachi is more direct and evil while Ore no Kanojo is indirect hides the puns in between speech :)
School, romance, harem and comedy genre.
Situation where guy found himself to join some crazy club founded by equally crazy girl.
Not the same:
In one anime each member of the guy's harem represents various element, namely:
Lolicon, yaoi, siscon, tsudere, otaku and ecchi.
while the other anime is purely on the usual harem situation.
-Both become better friends through a club
-Multiple girls liking one guy
-Guy doesn't have love on his mind (or doesn't make it clear)
-Lots of things that take place are club activities
-Both are based around a school
-Both are comedies
-All the members of the club share feelings for the male
-The club is based around making friends rather than becoming "better maidens"
-The male doesn't seem to care about his education
Overall they're pretty similar so I would recommend watching it.
Both involve guys who want to avoid romance.
Both involve girls coming into guys' lives.
Both have the same school, comedy, harem, and romance genres.
Guy in one anime is gynophobic, while guy in the other anime he is simply too busy for romance.
Guy in one anime is a very good student while guy in the other anime he is just an average student.
The guy in one anime is centered around one girl, while the other guy in the other anime has all his harem members competing for his affection.
Both seems like sadistic nature though they not ended up together in Mayo Chiki but Kanade reminds me of Masuzu in someways and the protagonist is both tortured mentally to obey
Same clueless guy surrounded by plenty beautiful girls
Same comedy wrapped around their friendship and the girls open fight for the main guy
Similar love story.
Difference is IS is based around mecha fighting.
-Both anime have leading male protagonists that prefer a certain activity over love
-Both anime have leading female protagonists that manage to change the main males life style around by using their activities to benefit themselves
-Comedic moments throughout the show though Kami's humor is more over the top than Ore's humor
-Keima [Kami Main] prefers bishojo games over love / Eita [Ore Main] prefers studying over love
-Elsie [Kami Main] uses Keima's skills at beating bishojos games [GOOGLE IT] in order to conquer the hearts of real girls in order to regain the loose souls / Masuzu [Ore Main] uses Eita's "Study Over Love" personality in order live her life free of confessions and love
-Kami's story is broke down into arcs with each arc focusing on a different girl / Ore's story is the typical 13 episodes that all relate to each other
Both series involves a main male protagonist who gets involved with a strange girl in the very first episode. They form a relationship and endures many events together.
Both series' main male protagonist also has other love interests that occasionally causes mayhem for the duo.
Both series makes various jokes with the main female protagonist being the center of it all that often results in embarrassing moments for the main male protagonist.
Both series takes place at a typical high school setting where there is drama, comedy, and romance.