Both kei and okabe have the ability to cheat the time resets/travels and remember them.
There's also a time machine in both anime, microwave in SG and Haruki in Sagrada.
Both shows have slow starts and get more and more complex with each episode.
Both shows have plot twists.
While SG has some pandering to otaku (trap, meido, tsundere), SR has none of that.
A story were details matter and which do not forget about what happened earlier - these is the main similarity between those two. Both have time travel elements but slightly different.
Steins;Gate is a more typical time travel story, with a machine that can alter the past.
In Sakurada Reset the past is altered thanks to special powers some people have.
Well, so far I only watched the first episode but I managed to notice a few things these two animes have in commom so far:
In both animes, there's the possibity go back into the past.
The special abilities of the MCs are very similar.
Both MCs feel interested about helping others.
Both of these seriess deal with students with superpowers in an ordinary school setting. Sagrada Reset focuses comes across as much more dialogue based and serious, whereas Charlotte is more light-hearted and focuses more on light comedy and humor. If you like one you will probably like the other.
Both shows feature a group of young people living in a seemingly peaceful society. Eventually, they discover some secrets about their society, and the main characters are involved in a major conspiracy movement that may or may not change their lives forever.
If you enjoyed the time resetting aspect of Re:Zero, then you should also enjoy watching Sakurada Reset. It has the same concept of resetting time, maintaining the memories of the past timeline and using that knowledge to conquer the current conflict. Sakurada Reset is more of a slice of life, with a wide variety of unique powers that characters control, and it also requires you to actually think about the small details of what is happening. Re:Zero focuses more on the psychological effect that resetting time and death has on an individual.
The main point of the story is to reset time to a certain point to analyze the outcome and ro make it a better one. The girl MC has the ability that can reset time. In ReZero, the setting is fantasy world while Sakurada is school and their own surroundings.
These shows are similar in the sense that they approach the characters' actions and mindsets with subtlety and give you hints as to why they make their choices. Oregairu seeks to help out people in their school, but Sakurada Reset wishes to achieve this on a grander scale.
- In both shows, there is some sort of "service club" to help people overcome their problems, in a way that makes them become a better person in some aspect.
- The main characters (at least some of them) want to help people, for their own reasons.
- The male protagonist is smart and usually try to solve things their own way, though Hachiman does that in a lone and kinda selfish way, while Kei relies on other people and is more altruist.
- In both shows there is a main trio composed of two girls and a guy, and they possibly form a love triangle.
- Both shows try to expose things that are more complex than they seem. read more
There are some similaraties between them like:
Both MC have special abilities;
Both cities where the MCs live have people with special abilities;
Both MCs are always giving their best to help other people from unusual incidents that happen on their cities;
There's always mistery about those incidents;
The incidents on their cities usually happen with girls.
Both anime series revolve around the story of students who posses supernatural powers and mix it with a touch of romance. The approach to both aspects is really similar and watching Sakurada Reset (first 2 episodes or so) reminded me of Rewrite.
Both shows are about ability users. The main male character of both shows have abilities that make them special for the circumstances of the setting. While Sakurada Reset is not as action oriented as Index, both shows feature small arcs spanning a few episodes which allow for interesting narratives to be explored.
The theme of reseting is preset in both of these series.
In Sakurada Reset, it's more literal time reversal compared to Isshuukan Friends in which only the female lead has her memories reset, but the concept of the female lead losing a part of themselves every week is the same between both series.
Both Sakurada Reset and Hitori no Shita have main female protagonists who appear to be stoic and emotionless. Superpowers are a central theme in both anime, but the main male protagonists are complete opposites: Asai, Kei appears to be relatively mature, calm, and straightforward whereas Zhang, Chulan is childish, outgoing, and often beats around the bush.
Both are very intriguing Mystery anime set in everyday life, though with some supernatural forces in play. Both have intellectual protagonists who strive to achieve their ideal, against a greater force.
In Death Note, Light Yagami is a brilliant strategist who sees through his plan, overcoming the obstacles that get in his way. His greatest opponents are also just as brilliant.
In Sakurada Reset, Asai Kei plays a similar role to Light Yagami in Death Note, using his intellect to handle great obstacles in cunning ways to achieve his ideal.
Both has a complicated NON SHOWING FEELINGS PERSON. Always thinking ahead and has many crazy plans that you dont see coming. Each episode is you scratching your head wondering what or how are they going to get out of trouble this time.