Heroes from legend are brought into modern day and meet up. Fate is a large series with many heroes looking back at their legends, Zero is the better part to be animated so far. Re Creators takes some fictional characters it made up and has them meet their creators and meet other genres.
Both of these series have the same director and they are both anime where powerful figures appear in the real world and fight each other. Fate Zero involves historical figures fighting for the Holy Grail while Re:Creators involves characters from various forms of popular media (anime/light novels/video games) fighting over the fate of the consumer world and the people who created them.
Re:Creators is directed by the same director as Fate/Zero, that being of Ei Aoki. His work continues to be phenomenal in this series, with his assistant director being that of Rei Hiroe, another amazing director. Though these 2 series are almost nothing a like, you'll enjoy the quality of Re:Creators because of Aoki's amazing direction.
Both have main characters crossing worlds and being confused about it.
Re:Creators has a really original premise: fantasy chars appear in modern Tokyo, not knowing they were watched by Otaku as anime/game characters, and now have an opportunity to find their writers and animators and beat them to a pulp if they want; one young otaku gets an accidental prime spot as an improvised "Japanese host" for the girls (after some sketchy events ofc), then a plot appears and there are fights between those characters everywhere!
Gate has the Japanese SDF cross a gate to a fantasy world, face its armies and after that goof around trying to get some mining done. The whole show centers around a small SDF unit joined by a few cute fantasy characters with a lot of politics in the background and a lot of awesome and entertaining army muscle flexing, as they're orders of magnitude better than any fantasy army. It's worth noting that the show spends a few episodes on a group tour back to Japan, so it's not only one way. read more
In both stories the anime/other world bacomes reality. The people from the anime/other world as well are the people form the real word fight for their beliefs. Both male MCs like very much anime/manga/light novels and also like to come in contact with the people for the anime/other world.
Both have the same plot where powerful beings from another dimension comes to another world where they have established themselves as the superior ones, however , in Gate it involves humans coming in from a portal that connects to their world to the world of fantasy , in Re:Creators in the other hand it was a complete reversal, where it involves, the works of man coming to life and running amok into the real world.
Basically the only anime close enogh to give you what Re:CREATORS is doing.Both are great underrated gems (especially Re:CREATORS) which focus on the creation and impact of stories. Recommend both mostly to artists and writers (creators basically lol). You can think of Shirobako as a spiritual prequel to Re:CREATORS as Re:CREATORS explores in a fresh new way (with the bonus of really cool action scenes...which I know aren't the focus..but an epic addition nonetheless..not to mention it's META AF damn!)
Attention to detail is key as well. If you catch onto info quickly, you'll have a blast
Both have the same interdimensional beings coming in from another world, whom were causing chaos and running amok, it also involves one characters that binds the good and another one that binds the bad.
Both animes feature heroes and villains from different worlds coming together, with the focal character of the anime being a struggling artist.
There's even similar characters to boot, such as the mysterious villain with a connection to the focal character or the wildcard trickster.
The only difference is that Re:Creators uses unique characters whereas Infini-T Force uses Tatsunoko characters.
Re:Zero plunges its protagonist into a fantasy world of wonder and suffering, with a unique setting and vibrant world. Re:Creators turns this idea inside out by pulling characters from fictional worlds into our familiar universe, and they all have their own agendas - whether for peace, lies, honor, or destruction.
- creatures made by humans appear in the real world
- main character is also creating a character, who is also getting real
- main character fights against the "evil" creatures, because they wan't to destroy the real world (the world of their creators)
Both deal with the "appeareance of creatures from parallel worlds" in Tokyo.
In both some of this "creatures" have links to the people in the real world, in Re:Creators the creators of the stories are linked to their creations while in Digimon Tamers there are kids with the capability of connecting with a Digimon becoming "tamers".
Takato from Digimon Tamers creates its Digimon, just like the creators make their creations in Re:Creators.
Both have battles developing in the real world.
In both it is not enough having a link with a creature in order to enhance them, there is something more needed.
In both the goverment is aware of this and intervenes.
Similar endings. read more
Both series are about... characters from different universes united in a world, where they fight each other. The only difference is that one has a darker theme (...right?), gory and includes real people that once existed on this planet such as Nobunaga Oda and Joan of Arc, the other has fictional characters from TV series, mangas and games.
Okay this one is a kinda strange bridge that I didn't realized previously, but both are about fantasy characters summoned to the real world and having to deal with the consequences of how the real world effects them. They're very different in tone. Re:Creators is a drama battle, while Devil is a Part-Timer is a fall from grace comedy. Emy and Selestia also have kinda similar character design, but Selestia luckily definitely isn't a tsudere.
Both Re:Creators and Fate/Stay Night UBW are about people summoning important figures from history/literature into the real world, where they fight each other.
Both follow a story of a highschool boy who accidentally meets one of the important figures (Saber/Selesia).
Both have characters that are summon to the real world. The difference is: Fate has historical characters summon to fight against each other in a kind of war, on the other hand, in ReCreators characters from anime, manga, light novel and games are summon to the real world and they don't know why exactly. Both of them have good action scenes. Fate is a more serious one, and ReCreators have a little of comedy in it.
If you like Izaya you will like this show. Megane is very similar to Izaya, but eviler and with magic that involves manipulating people with her words. AKA so much worse for those against her. Like Izaya she loves all humans though. In this character comparison Alicetaria is Shizou, which fits but minus shipping.
Great huge cast all bouncing off of each other trying to not destroy or destroy the city!
-Similar setting with dark theme.
-Both have characters who have supernatural powers (Celty in Durarara!!, The "Creations" in Re:Creators).
-Main Protagonist are kind of similar: they looked like a normal high school boy, but they actually hiding something that will make a change to the story.
-Both have a lot of dialogues. If you like dialogues in anime, then you'll probably like both anime.
-IMO, Magane is like the female version of Izaya lol.
- several heroes from history (F/A)/games, anime and PVs (RC) got spawned in the real world and must fight
- heroes are divided into 2 major teams
- similar fighting systems; involving magic and sword combat
Crossovers of characters from different genres. Creator-creation interactions. Some characters are hostile to their creator because of the circumstances of their canon. Go Nagai World is obviously a LOT goofier than Re:Creators, but if you enjoyed the meta aspects of one, it might be worth it to give the other a shot.
The reality for some might not be holding all the truth, that is the premise of both manga. Either madoka or re:creators show to the public a different kind of history involving mahou shoujo. The only thing important to mention is that in re: creators the mahou shoujo plot is well developed but it still is only a small portion of the main theme presented.
One of the main character for Re:Creators, Selestia is loosely based off Asuna from SAO. Re:Creators is a brilliant battle between copyright safe versions of anime characters from different genre. Its awesome. Selestia has a true fantasy backstory and is more mature than Asuna. But if you loved Asuna and want to see a show where her character type really shines check out RE:Creators and if you somehow haven't seen SAO and want to know Setsuna's base character watch the first half of SAO.
1. Multiple characters from different worlds converge into one spot and engage in conflict before finally recognizing the real threat.
2. What was relatively a peaceful life for one of the main characters is shattered by the turn of events within the respective series.
3. Both have those particular characters many people would like (ex. Magane and Yuri; Rui and Yugo, Blitz and Kurosaki).
4. The chief main character is actually the main villain (or at least part of), and their demise is more of a mental or psychological approach to where a character closely associated to them reached out to them, assisting in their redemption one way or another.
A group of strong characters from different places gathered in one place. They're not familiar with each other, but they have the same goal (to defeat the Demon god in Rokka no Yuusha/to find the creators in Re:Creators). But, instead of achieving their goal, they just fight each other to prove that they're on the right side.