Both has the same Visual Novel Company and it makes Science Fiction very realistic. A little bit fun in the first, but it will be getting very serious about the story and it can make you believe what will happen in the future.
both animes give you a sort of "ah ha!" feeling at points as you figure out what is going on in the plot. also both of these are based on visual novels made by 5pb and nitroplus.
on top of they they both give off a feeling of friends coming together to work on something
Both are sci-fi anime based off visual novels made by the same companies and are set in the same universe. Both are also very slow-paced in the first half but speed up in the second.
The overall stories are very different from one another (one deals with time-travel while the other deals with robots), though the similarities are most obvious in the two lead characters- Akiho and Kaito are essentially a gender-flipped Okabe and Kurisu.
Basically, if you liked Robotics;Notes at all, you will definitely like Steins;Gate.
S;G and R;N are practically identical in structure, which is no surprise as they both originate from the same author. Both anime start particularly slow, before building up to a grand climax. Both anime also have a well developed romance between the main heroine and the protagonist. Lastly, both anime have a scientific theme to them which is given by both being adaptions of the Science Adventure universe.
S;G differs with it's scientific theme of time travel, unlike R;N scientific theme of building a giant robot. S;G also is more story driven with a more exciting plot, while R;N performs much better with it's characterisation and character development. read more
Both shows feature a few teenagers who are interested in mecha and the setting is in the not-too-distant future. The teens spend a lot of their time in a garage and discuss the robots. Also, in both of the series, there is a bit of politics/conspiracies mixed in. Although the vibe of both series are a bit unlike each other - some of the character's personalities in both series are similar to each other. For example, both the RN and RB main female characters are persistent and are focused on reaching their goals and have a bond with their robot/RideBack.
In both series, there is a similar feeling and involves a female protagonist who is interested in technology that are appealing to the world that they reside in. Although their interests are different, the main female protagonist is determined to make their dreams a reality.
Both series also takes place at a school setting where there is a club formed for the series' interests.
Both series has some science fiction themes as well as comedy, drama, and some emotional moments in later episodes.
-Both male protagonists have to take care of a peculiarly eccentric girl
-Both male protagonist was forced to solve a mystery
-Both anime have clubs
-Both anime are school life with balance mystery/comedy and drama.
The difference between these two anime:
Hyouka is more on mystery to solve while robotics;notes is more on making a robot.
Both have as main character a lazy boy (Oreki in Hyouka, Kaito in R;N) who is in a school club without wantig to be (Classics club in Hyouka, Robotic Club in R;N) and he does nothing. Also both anime have a VERY active girl (Chitanda in Hyouka, Aki in R;N) who makes all move.
During each anime, the boys fight to stay in their actual lifestyle, but this is not the plan of the girls and the world.
Although the animes can look very different, I think they're similar in a lot of ways.
Both series' are comedic with a blend of seriousness.
Both series' female main protagonist leads a club with their own reason.
the other series is revolves in magic and supernatural, while the other one circles in science and technology.
Both feature a cynical, sarcastic male protagonist who ends up in a club with an energetic girl enthusiastic about sci-fi (Haruhi about aliens, time-travellers and espers and Akiho about robots) and eventually gets swept up in a paranormal conspiracy that threatens the entire world. The characters in general are very similar:
Itsuki= Subaru (sort of)
In my opinion, "Haruhi Suzumiya" is a lot better.
Strong engineering theme present in both animes.
Both are centered around a group of students.
If you're looking for a sci-fi/tech related anime both are really good.
Both are motivating and fun animes to watch if you're an engineering or computer science student.
This anime relates to robotics; notes in terms of the main character. The main relation to the MCs is that they're both engineers. Both animes revolve around a story about following your passion. The only thing is that this one is much more mature and overall better rated.
Although both animes have a different conception and setting, only one thing is associated with them — robots and the main character who has some problems with " health". Besides it, he is surrounded by beautiful girls who fall in love with him, or not.
Same feels: these series involve technology, idiosyncratic young adults and a mystery where someone have lost his memory and have to retrieve fragments of his past to save a lot of people (in national scale). Recommended if you like series with a contemporary setting and use of technology as a base for the main plot.
Both series incorporates science fiction themes that involves a mechanical unit. The main characters from both series hopes to perfect that unit and show it to the world.
Both series adapts a lighthearted theme that has drama and comedy.
Both series also takes place at a school life setting where the main protagonist makes new friends and faces new obstacles throughout each episode.
Both series deals with the idea of robots with the main protagonist exploring the idea of robotics with the help of people he meets. Hence, Robotics;Notes and Gad Guard adapts science fiction themes.
Both series has drama, comedy, and some emotions. Gad Guard has a more serious approach while Robotics;Notes has a more lighthearted one. However, both series gives off a similar feeling.
Both series also features the exploration on the origin of the robots and how they function/are used.
Do you like sci-fi? Yes.
Include that with puzzling mystery? Yes.
And a progressive-defined plot? Yes.
Top it up with some big baddies? Yes. (Psycho-Pass)
Then look no further as these two shows (Good ones too.) are just the ones you have been searching for.
If periphrase popular song: "All you need is art".
The art is the main character and the main motivation of these animes. Simple yet pretty backgrounds of Japan will help you relax and rest your mind during watching. Simple character design and pastel colours will only help with that.
Lack of good protagonist make both shows calm, peaceful if not to say sleepy. You won't find here any moral or logical dilemmas (well, there are some in Robotic;Notes, but in a vegetative state). Primitive plot (if you consider there is any) is just linking together different landscapes brought to you by animators. All episodes are accompanied by nice meditative music themes. read more
Although a bit different in story telling, both series involves a group of friends who wants to try out something new and exciting in their lives. The main character in both series are especially enthusiastic about this and is determined to make their dreams into a reality.
Both series has technology somewhat advanced than our modern times.
Both series includes drama and comedy.
Robotics;Notes and Gundam Build Fighters both contain sci-fi themes dealing with the art of design involving robots. The main characters enter tournaments and takes on challenges both physically and mentally.
Both series has a lighthearted mood although there are also moments when you'll feel the depressive tone.
There is action (more so in GBF) along with mysteries involving some of the main characters. Minor hints of romance is also noticeable between some of the main characters.
Although oriented towards a younger audience, Dennou Coil uses many of the same storytelling techniques and plot elements as Robotics;Notes: an adventure involving near-future technology (including augmented reality), friction between the worlds of adults and children, strange discoveries, characters with mysterious pasts, and life that exists only in computer systems.
They both show a group of people building Robots with teamwork and hardwork!
Robomaster is more realistic and it's based on the real-life Robomaster championship
Robotics;notes is more fantasy like building a giant Gundam, but it's very good and you will get the spirit of it!
While Robotics;Notes fails to really deconstruct or bring to light the real issues with building and piloting a gigantic mech in modern day Japan, Dai-Guard plays this deconstruction trope very well. While most people would argue that Evangelion is the mecha "deconstruction" story, in truth, Dai-Guard does what both of these series want to do by framing the construction and maintenance of a giant robot in a modern Japanese setting. If you enjoy comedy and mecha deconstruction, Dai-Guard is the anime that does these things the best.
The landscapes, the pacing, the atmosphere...
High school students building a large pilotable machine on their own...
Overarching sci-fi and supernatural themes...
Plot focused on strange phenomena with conspiracy in the background...
...With personal relationships in the foreground.
Robotics;Notes just feels a lot like a Makoto Shinkai film in TV series form.
There's also the similarities with Cosmonaut (5 Centimeters per Second): Tanegashima, rockets, scooters.
both are from 5pb and Nitroplus
both are sci-fi adventure based
both are much more of a fiction than science, compared to Steins;Gate, which is much more of a science than fiction
Chaos;Head is the start of the three 5pb and Nitroplus sci-fi adventure anime. i suggest you start chaos head, then Steins;Gate to understand Robotics;Notes even more
both use 'trigger' system