When you fight you do it with all your heart for someone who is very important to you. You are ready to sarcrifise everything for that person. Both Claud from Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children and Haseo from .hack//G.U. Trilogy are the ones destines to save the world and everyone else. So, if you liked the one, then I think the other will suit your taste, too~ =]
When you fight you do it with all your heart for someone who is very important to you. You are ready to sarcrifise everything for that person. Both Cloud from Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children and Haseo from .hack//G.U. Trilogy are the ones destines to save the world and everyone else. So, if you liked the one, then I think the other will suit your taste, too!
Both are movies from famous game series, street fighter and final fantasy. Both are great, have nice animation, musics, battles and are very close with the origins of their games . Protagonist are alike, cloud and ryu are quiet, strong and determined. The rest of characters are alike too, like chun-li and tifa.
CG graphics at the same level - wonderful. The characters in WD are drawn, and not in GC, though. The two movies have a similiar setting of a destructed world, and similiar characters: a somewhat dark protagonist with a past he's not proud of, and a child which he's very attached to.
This is intended more to compare Honneamise and the original FF7 game. FF7 seemingly drew inspiration from Honneamise in its world, as both pick and choose similar tech and style from the 19th century to present. Both also have main characters who similarly fluctuate between self-loathing and purposeful optimism.
Both are works in CG, based on the popular videogame franchise "Final Fantasy" and show us a story non-telled on their respective game titiles working as a complementary material for the videogame story.
Both are cult following and critically acclaimed video games that portray and epic adventure with strong written parties and villains with nice touching concepts with a well executed plot, soundtrack, and art.
First of all they are not the same because final fantasy is a movie the other one is a series.
But the story itself is not so much differrent, they both starts with a disease came from the effects a meteor or something that hit on earth and trying to figure out the possibility of finding a cure.
The main character of both title is male. You will definitely enjoy because of some baddass action.
Both main characters, Cloud and Train, share those traits. They are badass characters with dead lovers, are super strong, have hidden pasts, were once part of an evil organizations, are loners who change because of their friends, and are good-looking with weird names. :p
Both takes place after a game and have similar animations. Personally I prefer Final Fantasy, it has better fighting scenes.. characters.. etc. But if you like Final Fantasy, you will definitely like Biohazard.
Two game based anime movies, with awesome animation and lot of action where the fighting scenes are almost flawless.
The details are pinpoint accurate, with a decent amount of blood&gore.
Also it's helpfull if you played the game's or read a little something regarded to the games because it will maybe be a little hard to understand the story or to connect some characters with the main story.
Action oriented movies with a lot of sword fights.
Both of the main characters from those movies are tortured lone wolf with an obscur past, and they both feel guilty for something that happened in their pasts. Also they love kid and they both have a particular relation with an orphan.
And both movies are freakin' stereotypical, boring, substanceless and irritating.
WELL...there are hot characters in both! There's ALOT of action and they both have awesome music during the fighting scenes. The storylines and plots are just amazing because you don't know what to expect. There's a good twist in the end of every DMC episode. ^-^
If you like post-apocalyptic dystopian settings, this is for you. More action-oriented than Pale Cocoon, but with a deep plot as well, although you might not get it if you're not a Final Fantasy fan. Lush CG animation, too, and a legendary soundtrack (one of the best I've heard in any anime).