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Alternative Titles

English: Re:CREATORS
Japanese: Re:CREATORS 〈レクリエイターズ〉


Type: TV
Episodes: 22
Status: Currently Airing
Aired: Apr 8, 2017 to Sep 16, 2017
Premiered: Spring 2017
Broadcast: Saturdays at 23:30 (JST)
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: TROYCA
Source: Original
Genres: Action, Sci-Fi, Fantasy
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: R - 17+ (violence & profanity)


Score: 7.481 (scored by 26,798 users)
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Ranked: #16552
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Popularity: #496
Members: 133,254
Favorites: 598


Both anime pull legendary heroes (Fate takes those from world history and lore while Re:Creaters takes those from otaku media) from other worlds into one and seemingly duke it out with each other.

report Recommended by Ahegyao
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  read more 
report Recommended by yskad
Both series are about... characters from different universes united in a world, where they fight each other. The only difference is that one is more darker, 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 anime series and games.
report Recommended by DuckMannnn
Same scenario but flipped. Normal person is sent to fantasy world. Conflict drama and a varying amount of true seriousness with humor. 
report Recommended by dkool
Both have characters who have crossed over into another world being confused by the unknown environment. Both have legendary heroes 
report Recommended by 6hrslater
It may caught your interest if you want to know more about anime production. 
report Recommended by Jkoplo
- 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 
report Recommended by NiklasNya
-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. 
report Recommended by renzospark
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.  
report Recommended by chew7
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.  
report Recommended by lcborella
Both of these shows explore the nature of storytelling and the relationship between the creator and the created, with self-aware writing and meta use of character tropes. 
report Recommended by Neko-Hoshishima
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 found 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. 
report Recommended by renzospark