the settings are pretty similar: a murder mistery, on an isolated island, with a jaded main character, a side-kick girl with whom the mc has an ambiguous relationship. also, the focus in both works is what it means to be a genius. and they even share some nice art mixed with not-so-good cgi.
as for the differences, whereas zaregoto provides a gallery of larger-than-life characters, the perfect insider has a more realistic feel.
Both of them are about "locked room" murders on a isolated island, the focus in both works is what it means to be a genius and the personality of the characters (Thanks to the big amount of dialogues).
Bizarre case and bizarre explanation.
Both animes are focused on personality, there are a lot of dialogues that give insight in the personality, in my opinion this is the biggest point that gives both animes a personal note.
they're both about a genius.
Both animes are about locked room murders.
The action on both animes are happening on a mysterious island.
Both shows have a similar realistic and contemporary feel in atmosphere and tone to certain extent. They both have characters who are geniuses that use their powers for iniquitous motives. Subete ga F ni Naru however is much more nuanced and has superb writing compared to latter.
A very similar atmosphere and color palate makes drawing similarities easy. Both feature a main character who is considered a genius and that is probably wasting their potential, not to mention they even look similar. Intellectual minds are pit against each other which leads to interesting conflicts on both ends.
Both animes are made from Noitamina, and they both have a mysterious, realistic feel. They both don't feel like an anime, but rather, a dramatic reality.
As well as this, the realistic art are common in both animes; rather than the characters having bright coloured hair and over-exaggerated eyes, they have 'Japanese' coloured hair (black, brown) and the eyes are not the most important detail.
Both are also very psychological, they both hold characters with an intellectual mind.
Also, the characters look awfully similar! Saikawa does remind me of Nine, and Nishinosono reminds me of Lisa.
Ah, and Nishinosono Moe and Lisa Mishima hold the same voice actors! read more
-Both anime are full of mystery and suspense.
-Both share psychological genre.
-They both deal with serious topics (murder in Subete ga F ni naru & murder/child-kidnappings in Erased)
-Both have great soundtracks.
-Also, both are from "A-1 Pictures" studio.
- Both are mystery anime and have a lot of suspense
- Both are psychological
- Both deal with murder
- Both are made by the same studio (A-1 Pictures)
- Both share a dark theme
- Both have amazing soundtracks
- Both have a great way of presenting the story
These are both really intense psychological, mind-fucking mysteries and I would highly recommend either one of them if that's the kind of show you're looking for at the moment. If you would like a psychological, mind-fucking mystery that has more innocence, feels, and lots of empathy and attachment to the characters, then watch Boku Dake ga Inai Machi. If you are looking for something that is more mature and involves a lot more intense logical problem-solving along with the murder and the who-done-it, watch Subete ga F ni Naru.
Both have elements of mystery, crime, suspense and psychology. The overall feeling of both series is rather dark. While PsychoPass takes the fururistic approach, Subety ga F ni Naru has a more realistic setting while focusing on the darker sides of human nature.
For some reason I keep thinking about Psycho-Pass while watching Subete Ga F.
The dialogues are very heavy and well-planned, there is the logical and mathematic atmosphere and the characters in both works have unique ways of thinking and making choices.
The plot itself is different, but both Anime do have an intelligent guy (in PP it's Saiga, in Subete it's Saikawa) and a female protagonist who's developing her true talent while the actions take their place. Also dialogues between them seem similar.
When I remember the structure of Mouryou no Hako, I can see how much the show itself can relate to Subete ga F ni Naru. Both mystery shows portray a serious mix of murder and deep impactful dialogue. A group of different personalities are reunited by "fate" around certain murder cases and feel obliged to investigate and help to its resolution. There's a dark, tense atmosphere in both shows and they make it easier for a viewer to concentrate, but hard to memorize all the clues and important information regarding the crimes. Mouryou no Hako is a lot heavier in dialogue than Subete ga F ni Naru, and the latter is a lot more modern and has technology involved. It's way better to find the similarities by yourself, once you've seen both, recommended if you're seeking for mystery at its finest.  read more
1.Both animes explore the deepest and darkest human desires and thought process. 2.Both are also about murder mystery and the story starts with the murder of one of the main character,and the entire series is dedicated to unveil the secrets of that main focus character that got murdered in the very beginning.
3.Both anime involves 1-2 characters whose life events crossed path with the murdered character,thus making it even more mysterious and complicated to quickly understand what the plot was.
Both of them involve a closed room mystery, where no one can be easily incriminated.
And the remaining characters must figure out who of them is the culprit. The hints are hard to catch but they do exist. Rokka is deals with a Fantasy setting, while The Perfect Insider has a realistic scenario.
Both series are slow mystery anime. Both making us question from start to finish: Who? How? Why? When? etc... and taking you along the ride to try to figure out what is going on
Both series making you think after an episode is over; a recap and trying to figure the mystery out yourself.
While having very different plots and characters, The Perfect Insider drew me in just as quickly as UN-GO. Both are wrapped in mystery, and while UN-GO holds a more interesting, supernatural element - both keep you on your toes and make you try to solve the mystery yourself. UN-GO has many mysteries in one show and the Perfect Insider mainly focuses on one, but that one mystery gets more complex with every episode. I agree that both can have a slow start but they are both nonetheless intriguing and leave me desiring more mystery.
Self-Protective. Defying my Key and Ke paradigm:
absolute epitomes of sainism while absolute craters of masokinism.
Every character has much to say, repeatedly struggling to speak.
The stories expose a sense of morality where the unique-ness of every individual is precious simulating why meaning even when the relative isolation which preserves that is a hindrance.
Mayoiga suggests how detachment between many individuals simultaneously complicates conflict resolved by consensus and diversifies the side-effects of that resolution.
Subete ga F ni Naru presents an issue of nihilism when many individuals develop too robust of deductive and predictive reasoning, where the only question left is how to make a question harder.
Mayoiga answers by making simpler questions more difficult.
While the process is never shown, shaping the appearance of the characters through the story's lens to all appear sainist sans masokinism, the author commands the audience to believe that Magata is able to perfectly emulate the thoughts of any given intimate enough knowledge of the person. Yet, they all exist as distinct tulpa'es in a paracosm of the mind.
All the characters exhibit or are complicit with strong morals about the preservation of self, however, in summary, Mayoiga displays the effect erecting communication barriers has deepening conflict thereby stimulating creative preoccupation while Subete ga F ni Naru displays the effect destroying communication barriers has simplifying conflict thereby introducing nihilism.
Together they express the duality of an endemic meta-hard problem. Thank you.  read more
The mystery aspect is quite strong in both of these animes. With a "who was the one who killed this guy" kind of set up, with the mystery only growing more and more each episode until you get to the point where you can't wait to find out.
Both anime are murder mysteries based on novels aimed at the adult crowd, with little to no pandering. Sakurako has more lighthearted slice of life themes, is more episodic, featuring several cases, and focuses heavily on forensics, while Subete is a single dark thriller storyline with much higher stakes.
Both anime combine a dark-haired, antisocial, melancholy, knowledgeable adult protagonist with a younger, brown-haired, pluckier, and more "normal" deuteragonist. Additionally, both take place in locations in the real world.
Both of the animes have the mystery element to them, and while Zetsuen no Tempest had abnormal elements in it, and Subete fa F ni Naru satyed on the realistic side. they both strike me to be similar in the way that a murder happens and that the anime is solely to investigate who the real killer is, with both of them having huge plot twists during, and an unexpected ending. if you liked either of their endings then you will definitely like the other. mind you, they do not have any plot similarities except the impossible murder.
Intelligent people making sense of intelligent peoples' actions.
Death Note has explicit strategy discussion and an intense cat-and-mouse chase, while The Perfect Insider takes a more cryptic approach with provocatively thoughtful conversations. Both shows have moral ambiguities they question. Death Note is darker, Subete ga F ni Naru also has a sort of darkness, but the darkness is thrown in with light optimism. Both will make you think hard, and satisfy your intellectual needs.
Both shows seems be psychological centered and are avant-garde-esque in presentation and directing. The two shows also contains lots of cryptic and often, ambiguous dialogue and imagery (and sometimes the imagery is very unsettling), which little of is spelled out for the viewer. There are also esoteric references to computers and programming in both.
hard to really point out the core similarities , cz they are each a show of its own !
but I'll say ; I had the same curiosity and enjoyment while watching them :)
they both have a unique yet similar story telling style, and dialogues are why I rated them both so high
Both shows have detective elements, as well as overaverage intelligent main characters working to solve crimes. They both put up some rare gags (Subete Ga F Ni Naru even less!). The difference is that Game of Laplace has no real "Romance Story" and Subete ga F ni Naru is very secluded and only affects a small number of people, while the other title goes on a deep social level towards the end.
These animes are really amazing ! You are searching for a great plot with lot of mystery like Subete ga F ni naru ?
Then I recommend you Ranpo Kitan !! This is also an anime with lot of mystery, I really really enjoyed both of them, but I can't decide wich one of them is better ....
the main similarities are:
- Both thriller detective murder animes
- the animes are focused heavily on the speciel/weird "love"relationship between the two main characters where they are working together.
The two main characters is in the main focus where the murder/case is more of a catalyst to developing their relationship.
Also the culprit is a crazy person in both :P
They are both mystery animes and are "classic" detective style thrillers but they are quite similar when it comes to the two main characters. In both mystery series the two main characters are in the main focus, their clever conversation, their interactions and how their relationship develops.
Of course in Umineko they are against one another to solve the case where in Subete ga F ni Naru they are working together, but great chemistry between them, so good that sometimes the overall plot is forgotten when watching those two´s interaction with one another.
Mystery, crime, and most importantly detective work. So if you enjoy these genres, I can guarantee you that you will also be able to enjoy Subete ga F ni Naru and Kamisama no Memochou! One other thing is that I find both series extremely underrated. Do try out for yourself and determine whether if it is good or bad!
Genre: Both shows are mystery and psychological anime while Higurashi is based also on the supernatural. Both share strong and mature visuals representing the characters' madness.
Story: Both have great stories while Higurashi is structured in story arcs and answer arcs.
Sound:Both soundtrack have been composed by the masterful Kenji Kawai.
The OST is amazing in both anime.
The animation/art= Both anime take the concept of deconstructure: taking a more mild tone to contrast with a more dramatic tone. The animation goes amazing after every episode
Both anime have a similar feeling, both are psychological with philosophical content and discussions. Both anime have a main character that has more personalities than 1, both are called Shiki and both are very mysterious and hard to figure out.
Both anime have a mysteries to solve.
Main difference; Kara no Kyoukai deals with magic, Subete ga F deals with online/high tech things
~Both shows are crime thrillers.
~Both shows have a cat and mouse game plot; Where one character is up against other characters who seem to have the upper hand.
~Both shows deal with sensitive topics openly.
~Extra: Both shows have amazing openings.
It shows symbolic... anatomy between set of characters which is why...
A huge Dilemma happened every lives between the society..
Leading as the protagonist/Shiki... face crappy reality which he or she don't want involved with..
Tied on a black threads as his bad luck.. won't end
Subete ga F ni Naru and B: The beginning are both mystery-investigation anime that deal about crimes that have a twisted explanation. B:The Beginning is rich with action scenes and has a slight bit more supernaturally than Subete ga F ni Naru.
Solving the mysterious murder; Protagonists are smart and intelligent. Great and realistic animation, dark atmosphere, engaging story. Nishinosono's uncle that world in police and detective Lunge have the same voice actor.
So deep. So edgy. Wow.
Very nice visuals with a good solid dose of trying to present philosophical ideas in the smuggest way possible. The writing is positively oozing with self-satisfaction.
Everything is F is a murder mystery, and Genocidal Organ is a military adventure thriller but they both have a very similar feel to them despite the differences in setting and plot.
Being the more active of the two, the animation is much more impressive in Genocidal Organ, but the design and art sense is more interesting and refreshing in F.