Synonyms: The Story of 15 Beautiful Girls Adrift
Aug 3, 2009 to May 2, 2011
25 min. per ep.
Rx - Hentai
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Though the setting is different, both have the same protagonist on the hunt for all the girls around him in different situations.
Both titles are about the protagonist hunting down for one girl after another in a non-aggressive matter, so both titles are free of any dark tones and the characters are in mutual agreement giving the titles a light-hearted tone.
Both are hentai with three episodes about a guy that tries to sleep with as much women as possible. Both are harem genre, but 15 Bishoujo Hyouryuuki is more comedy.
- A guy surrounded by a harem of girls
- The girls are each different and fit into different archetypes
- The main characters are alone on a beach/island setting
- Rescue Me! is borderline-H while 15 Bishoujo is a hentai
These 2 are very similar. Guy plays innocent, but gets sexually harassed by a harem of girls. Both got beach scenes. Lots of perverted situations and sex.
A guy is on an island with a bunch of hot girls and uses his camera to get himself into their panties. In this hentai the camera does not make the girls horny. They end up doing things for him on film for "modeling" purposes.
They fit as many fetishes as they can possibly fit into an OVA. Both have pretty good animation. Kagaku na Yatsura is just borderline hentai while 15 Bishoujo is a full-on hentai.
In several aspets these two serieses are similar.
- Protagonists have cameras
- They take pictures of/film a large harem of girls, be it in a school, or on a secluded island
I guess the main difference would be the extent of peversion within the series. But from episode 2 of Photokano, i realised that these 2 animes are alike, even if 15BH is much less watered down.
The protagonists goes on a hunt for one girl after another in a non-aggressive matter, so both titles are free of any kind of dark tones. The characters decisions are in mutual agreement giving the titles a light-hearted tone instead.