A bunch of highschool kids have to kill someone to "succeed" while following certain rules.
In Dangan Ronpa, they're stuck in a school and they're only chance of escaping is to kill someone without being caught, while in Akuma no Riddle the whole class as the goal of killing a fellow classmate so they can be granted anything they want.
This was a very fun anime since i very much enjoyed that the character development was one character per episode along with their own ending.
Similarly to Dangan Ronpa you must kill to graduate but unlike in DR this is a class of assassins and one target and th killer with a successful assassination will have any wish granted
Danganronpa is a very special anime; however, Akuma no Riddle offers a similar feeling.
In both anime, there is a class of Elite high-school kids, unique in appearance and in skills, that have to kill. However, in Danganronpa, the students have to kill one of their classmates and get away with it to graduate while in Akuma no Riddle, if assassins fail in killing her, the victim will graduate.
Both anime give a dark and horror feeling, so if you liked Danganronpa, you will like Akuma no Riddle!
About conniving characters who try to assassinate based on their own personal gain. In both cases, it is all about killing to participate in mind games.
Akuma no Riddle is really about 1 target, and everyone else is a professional assassin
whereas Danganronpa, killing is forced upon, and different characters fall victim or be part of the guilty part in conjunction with an investigation phase.
Wish it was similar in animation as Danganronpa but sadly it isn't. has similar character roles and emotion that gives you a psychotic feeling, a cheery feeling and a gory feeling. both have similar plot where you got to kill to survive (I think) and to find the odd person but for Donganronpa you find out who's guilty and sentence them to death. only Akuma no Riddle have the genre of yuri.
Both animes are similar to each other. They are both staged on a very special school where they have to murder each other to graduate from that school. In Danganronpa they have to murder each other without making yourself the suspect of murder. In akuma no riddle you have to assasinate 1 person, if you fullfill that wish, you win. the animes differ in genre, akuma no riddle: Action, School, Shoujo Ai, Danganronpa: Action, Mystery, Horror, Psychological.
This is pretty much the yuri-fied version of Dangan Ronpa. Except 11 women are targeting one woman and another woman protects her. And they can actually go outside. Murder attempts are shown, so, you know it's going to be intense!
* Both are highschool battle royale cartoons...
* Both has characters with second personalities...
* Both has pretty nice deaths of some characters...
* Lots of trashtalking between MC's and supporting cast..
* The art style in both cartoons are somewhat different from other cartoons..
* Really nice BGM's...(fitting these cartoons perfectly)
* Both has not so great endings...(seriously what they were thinkin' ???)
! Akuma no Riddle is better than Danganronpa ( just yuri-ism :p )
High School is hard enough as it is, but having to kill one's classmates is a whole new level of stress. The situation seems messed up, but by the end, what's really going on turns out to be darker than anyone could have imagined.
The story lines in these two animes are very similar. The characters get accepted into high schools which they think are completely normal but when they arrive, they get placed in a classrooms where they have to murder each other to reach a goal. The art style in both animes are somewhat different from other animes; very unique.
School kids become murderers(well Akuma´s girls are profesional murderers), that's the fact.
-Both are about killing a classmate, in Danganronpa they have to kill any of the others without being busted to escape, in Akuma no Riddle, all the class have to kill 1 girl (they are all girls in this anime) to get a wish, but one of those girls will try to protect her.
-Danganronpa has a better history but Akuma´s is not bad
-Both have surprising finals, but danganronpa´s seems not to be ended
I watched these series back to back and I felt no change in the atmosphere. Both seem light hearted but made me slightly terrified and absolutely heart broken since both were split into cruel tasks with gut wrenching deaths. The ending of both series was an ending anyone would hope and wish for and both series really blew me away while being much much much better than I had originally expected.
-Both anime tell about a group of students that try to kill each other (except AnR, just to kill one student) in order to achieve the goal (graduate).
-Both anime take place in school/academy area.
-As the story goes, the number of characters reduced because getting killed, eliminated, or other factor.
Same similar purpose for the plot/story where they struggle and compete against each other to live or to accomplish a certain purpose. I've always been interested in survival games like Danganronpa and Akuma No Riddle. Though in this anime, all the main characters are female and it's the same killing game but there are no class trials or any similar things. Though in this anime, if one them fails the game, then the loser will not be punished/executed but to be expelled from the school.
In both of the animes all the main characters are students, also in both they should success in killing other student as them in the school.
But while in akuma no riddle they have rules to be available to kill in Danganrompa they can kill whenever they want, the only thing you need is to not being found
One victor - for the ultimate price, both series involves a scenario where the main character becomes a target for assassination. Luckily, they do manage to make friends with an unlikely alliance who has their own skills in protecting them. And although different in man ways, they bond throughout the series and learn about each others' dark pasts. Both series features a cast of diverse characters each with their own set of skills and personalities. Expect grim scenes and horrific sequences when it comes to attempts to kill off their targets.
Survival genres. We see them in almost every anime. Akuma no Riddle is similar to Mirai Nikki in the sense that in order to survive or win, you have to defeat your enemies. Not only that, both anime have a darker story to them and especially action scenes. Both anime have a person protecting another person. Just like a bodyguard protecting the hunted from the hunters.
In Mirai Nikki: Yuno protecting Yukiteru
In Akuma no Riddle: Tokaku protecting Haru
However, the difference between Mirai Nikki & Akuma no Riddle is the characters. All of the cast members are female in Akuma no Riddle, while Mirai Nikki has both male and female participants. read more
These anime are very similar, because both anime goes about a kind of 'survival game' when only one survives, but in Akuma no Riddle everyone is after one person and in Mirai Nikki everyone is after each other.
And in both anime one person is protecting another person in the survival game.
In Mirai Nikki: Yuno is protecting Yuki.
In Akuma no Riddle : Tokaku is protecting Haru.
But one difference is that in Akuma no Riddle ALL the people who participated the survival game are women, and in Mirai Nikki are there both man and women in the survival game.
If you like the survival game plot, Akuma no Riddle will make you have that. The plot is very similar (one person is threatened by others, one of the 'killers' chose to protect them instead, all characters have a previous story and it's shown later why do they want/need to kill the main character. Akuma no Riddle has a bit of shoujo-ai in it, but nothing that would discourage you to watch it.
Both anime involve a group of people trying to kill each other (or in Akuma no Riddle's case, one person), and both have some comedy in them, but it being kept to a minimum in Mirai Nikki. And both anime also have romance, but the romance in Akuma no Riddle is only slight romance, and you most likely wouldn't notice if it wasn't there. And both anime also have one character being protected by another character who does all the work, but Character A is found out to be very important to the plot, even though they've done nothing.
Akuma No Riddle haves good art, story and also intense fighting scenes which are unique.The Main character maybe be look kinda "lame" but actually she's a badass like Gasai Yuno.maybe few people dosent see those too similiar but they are.
This anime about 'kill or be killed' is actually only about eliminating one target but still has a similar feel. Each episode a character takes a stab at the target (literally) and we see some character exposition. The endings are really similar as well in a way.
Akuma no Riddle is leagues away from the violence of Mirai Nikki but we still get pretty good fights and wacky/crazy characters out of it!
In both anime one of the main things is the fact that one person is protecting a person they love in a deadly competition and in both of them their is a group of people is gathered to try to kill each other to be the last one standing.
Both anime contain a story which involves a competition where you have to eliminate your opponents by killing and be the last one standing to win, with a prize to 'improve' lives of others and power.
However, in both anime, two unlikely pairs join forces to survive the competition, facing complications in the process
Both shows involve a "special" class of high school students who are given a target to assassinate by a certain time period. While Akuma no Riddle is less humorous and has an all-female cast, Ansatsu Kyoushitsu uses more quirky humor and a target that is virtually indestructible. Both series have a blue-haired protagonist who is level-headed and competent at what they do.
Whether it's a classroom full of school girl assassins or a city full of bloodthirsty murderers, both are murder games which revolve around killing a seemingly helpless girl in order to be granted a wish. Both are filled with eccentric and psychologically unstable characters who take pleasure in the "killing" aspect of the killing game. The main characters play similar roles in the game and both share a special connection to the target.
Furthermore, the grins. Let's not forget the grins! Characters in both shows have giant grins that look like razors stretching from ear to ear. This is but one feature that is shared between the two, bringing about a similar menacing atmosphere. read more
Both of these anime are centered around a killing game. The artstyle isn't too similar, but I think the colors used throughout each anime do look close. Not only that, but the characters in Akuma no Riddle are nearly all trained killers. In a way, this also holds true for Dansai Bunri no Crime Edge. And, to top it all of, both of the main characters are there to protect someone. These someones are being targeted for some sort of prize, and are both in a sort of relationship with their protector.
Trying to place the similarities between the two shows into words is honestly complicated. In part, I don't want to give away spoilers. Seemingly dissimilar are these two series except for the same-sex content which crops up, that's really not the only draw. Perhaps then it is the draw of the characters, and how each is almost like their own book? Or the fact one is on the edge of their seat wondering what happens next. Perhaps words were easier to put down than first thought.
No6 and Akuma no Riddle, at first there seems to be nothing common. But if we analyze it:
* Both protagonists are of the same sex, which feel an attraction, although it is not clarified if it is "love".
* A boy / girl protects a weakling who refuses to accept the reality of what is happening around him and is resigned to changing his point of view. But this guy /girl sees in her/him an honest person and could not judge him, even if he could have a tragic past. And he/she in turn want to help.
Both of these anime have an alluded to relationship within them that is never truly affirmed during the story.
The two have a similar atmosphere at times.
I found Tokaku to be similar to Nezumi from No. 6 in her protection of Haru that she can't really explain.
Both Akuma no Riddle and Madoka Magica involve a female cast who have different motives behind their actions for a wish. In Akuma no Riddle, they are attempting to assassinate one of their classmates for the ability to have any wish they desire granted while in Madoka Magica the girls can have any wish they want fulfilled in return of them becoming a magical girl who fights witches for the rest of their lives.
Some characters resemble each other in both personality and appearance like Madoka Kaname and Haru Ichinose along with Haruki Sagae and Kyouko Sakura.
Both Akuma no Riddle and Madoka Magica are beautiful and if you enjoyed one, you'll surely enjoy the other! read more
both are very coolest world and Characters riddle story of devil and psycho pass
riddle story of devil world just like utopia
psycho pass world real dystopian
rsod Characters is Ataru
pp Characters is Shougo
1. Both contain some elements such as school life and killers.
2. The "killer" things are just like game in both series, although Akuma no Riddle is a bit more serious.
3. Both has some girl x girl moments or subtext.
-Both anime got tons of Violenece
-Both anime got dark Humor
-Tokaku (Akuma No Riddle) and Sonya (Kill Me Baby) were both the same
-Haru (Akuma No Riddle) and Yasuna (Kill Me Baby) got sexual voice
-All the girls were Lesbians
Both shows possess the similar themes of one of the main characters (MC) as an assassin placed in school settings (whom both uses throwing knives and 9mm handguns as their preferred choice of weapons), the other MC being a bit of the optimistic, smiling ditsy shoujo, and (almost) all of the characters are females with a hint of shoujo-ai-ness in them.
The striking difference with Akuma no Riddle than Kill Me Baby is that the former is basically action and a lot more serious than the latter which is pretty much a comedy in genre, you'd be forgiven to think that the former is "Kill Me Baby: The Serious Version" as how I myself would say it.
All in all, for those who love Kill Me Baby, you may wanna try this one out! read more
Tick, tick, tick...
The viewer feels as if time is against the characters, yet the twists within the series...
No, the biggest selling point for both are the characters, but both get the viewer rooting for - not always the good guys, but some bad guys. Or are they really bad guys?
Essentially, both series' main characters are thrown into a game scenario where their lives are at risk. The difference is that Btooom's players are all playing for themselves while the characters from Akuma no Riddle are out to eliminate one target to fulfill their own wish. Unlikely alliances are formed and surprises exists throughout both series. There is strategy involved as characters unleashes their intellect and skill to do anything to accomplish their goals. Expect some dramatic entrance and exits from both series. If you're into series with survival game themes, I suggest to give both shows a try.
Both animes have main protagonists who are protected by others Snow White(Mahou-Shoujo-Ikusei-Keikaku) and Haru from Akuma no Riddle
Both involve a survival game set up by someone/something.
Both series have happy girls killing each other.
- Both are a Battle Royale type anime.
- Both feature roughly 12 contestants faced off against eachother.
- Both have rewards at the end that allow the winner to ultimately have their one wish granted.
- Both are fast paced, and include a lot of action, death, and destruction.
- Both anime are exhilarating, and keep you wondering what happens next, wanting more.
Both contain a group of people killing to get one wish. However, in Juuni Taisen there is not a specific target. Junni Taisen is better than this anime, but the manag for Junni Taisen is just as good as the manga for Akuma no Riddle.
Both animes happen in a school, in both they should kill a target and all the students are assassins who needs to kill this target.
The differences are that in Akuma no Riddle the students are all girls and have more rules to make the murder success (because of that the target is a girl too).
Whereas Ansatsu Kyoushitsu is longer, the amount of students and its variety is greater and the most important thing is that the target is a yellow octopus teacher.
If you appreciated the subtle but strong affection that made the characters in Princess Principal keep fighting, then Akuma no Riddle has a similar way of telling its story. Plus it's another cast of badass, skilled girls although less friendly with each other for sure.
They have the same base, everybody wants a person to disappear (better said "to die"), but the main character decides to get to know that person better and protect her. The difference is, Another is a bit more creepy and Akuma no Riddle is a bit of a shoujo-ai.
At a private girl school, Myojo Accademy thirteen girls are transferred into the accademy`s Black Class. Of the thirteen students, twelve are assassins from various surroundings who are all tasked in assassinating the remaining one, Haru Ichinose. If they succeeed, they will be granted any wish they desire but they failed, they are expelled from the class. One of the executioner, Tokaku Akuma develops feeling for the latter which result in protecting her against the other assassins.
A phone is in both anime with a competition to 'improve' the lives of others and the similar mobile phone that puts some candidates with certain advantages over others within this 'game'
Both anime express the difficulties of trust and two unexpected people randomly ending up working together and later understand some sort of plan
If you are not fan of girl-romance, yuri or in Akuma no Riddle action than you can just skip this recommendation or spare few minutes and read this post!
Sakura Trick (ST) - anime about girls. Only girls having 'good times' with other girls. That means kissing girl on girl and... and... okey, that is all you will find in Sakura Trick (- romance, yuri, friendship, comedy, school).
Akuma no Riddle (AnR) - anime about girls. Only girls trying to kill one girl while next girl is trying to save her from others (- action, yuri, school).
Wait and what is similiar between these two?- is what you may be telling to yourself. First as i said, there are mainly girls in whole series. Than in Sakura Trick you will find a bunch of good-girls while in Akuma no Riddle there is twice as girls but almost everyone of them is bad-girl. Both series are mainly in school. (Second) MCs are very, very cuuute and similiar- Sonoda Yuu and Ichinose Haru. (First) MCs are totally different, but one thing is same for both- they care very much for their girl-friend. ST is about love and friendship between few girls, in AnR you will see only two girls who are 'truly' friends and care about each other (there will may be some xoxo like in ST). But now AnR have only 3 eps (on-going, will have about 12) and ST have 12 (finished).
So AnR is a lot 'darker' than 'rainbow' ST, but MCs are similiar, it has 'yuri' and pretty girls- so in the end it is really different, but when you take closer look, the only thing that will be in your head will be love between girls. So, there is YURI, GIRLS, ROMANCE and ACTION (action only in AnR). Yes, i forgot it, but in ST is a lot of funny comedy scenes while in AnR are only few of them + AnR has DRAMA and the 'killing thing'. read more
For starters both series have girls as leads and who do all the action.
Both series have characters fighting each other for this or that reason.
Both series have an observer who look over what is happening and push characters against each other.
Both have similar type of ending.
In both series characters have unique personalities.
Both shows are set at school.
Both shows have some yuri feels.
Akuma is about assassins while Mai HiME is about normal people, well as normal as you can call them
Akuma has a slightly darker feel to it with some blood, Mai HiME is more friendly. Mai HiME also has more comedy elements
Mai HiME has more male characters.
There are far more similarities and differences but any more and I'll spoil things.
Personally I would take Mai HiME over Akuma, any day.
Gantz begins when a boy decides to help an old friend, to save a homeless man from being hit by the train. The boy did not help either, as most of the people present there, he does not really care about the beggar.
They saved the beggar, but they were both killed by the train. And now to have a second chance to live, they have to win a game in which risk their lives.
Are about a game of murder;
People die all the time;
In both animes important things happen when the main character helps someone;
Gantz is more aggressive;
The game itself is different;
Art is different, Gantz is more realistic;  read more
There are many things that are the same about both of these anime.
First off both stories have a character base of mainly females, students too.
Second, the main character is a weak girl who might have some sort of twist about her.
Third, there is a strong protagonist who is understanding and willing to protect the main character.
Finally the plot seems the same in my opinion, both take place at a school that is not the ordinary, they both have something to do with fighting, and there will most likely be a twist that changes your whole perspective of the anime
-both shows are repetitive and episodic (you can skip some episodes, it won't affect the storyline)
-both shows have a horror(dark) theme and slow pacing
-generic(forgettable) villians but its a fun to see the main cast beat them all
-and yes they both fight for one woman
(but remember if you love life, don't watch these shows, don't waste your time.)
-Canaan is similar to Tokaku in terms of, they both carry weapons and will kill people, not only that, but also, they protect a girl. In Canaan's case its Maria, while in Tokaku's case its Haru.
-Both Canaan and Tokaku are fighting against girls/women.
Watching Shoujo Kageki Revue Starlight kinda reminds me of Akuma no Riddle in many ways like the yuri undertone (if you're into that stuff then I definitely recommend this), they are fated to fight or protect each other, every episode has different ending and so on.