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Net-juu no Susume

Alternative Titles

English: Recovery of an MMO Junkie
Synonyms: Netojuu no Susume
Japanese: ネト充のススメ


Type: TV
Episodes: 10
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Oct 10, 2017 to Dec 12, 2017
Premiered: Fall 2017
Broadcast: Tuesdays at 01:40 (JST)
Licensors: Funimation
Studios: Signal.MD
Source: Web manga
Genres: Game, Comedy, Romance
Duration: 23 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older


Score: 7.771 (scored by 136,263 users)
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Ranked: #9802
2 based on the top anime page. Please note that 'Not yet aired' and 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #368
Members: 261,891
Favorites: 1,655


They are romantic comedies about adult otakus falling in love. While in Net-Juu its mainly about game otakus, while in WnKwM you'll find a fujoshi, a cosplayer, a gamer. If you enjoy one, you'll probably enjoy the other.  
report Recommended by Orulyon
Both anime are about the social aspects of playing online games, and feature romance and crossplay. Netoge no Yome is about schoolchildren, but Net-juu is about adults, so take of that what you will. 
report Recommended by flannan
Both series feature adult characters living under assumed identities while dealing with work pressures and life in general.  
report Recommended by gum_rummy
Both are about gamers with a combination of romantic comedy.  
report Recommended by AOIsama
Being an introverted hikikomori isn't that bad! Sit all day playing video games, doing nothing, while slowly dying inside... Unlike Net-juu no Susume, WataMote isn't really a romance, but still both feel similar & ARE similar. Both have female leads that are damn anti-social, and struggle doing anything, especially talking with boys... While in WataMote the comedy is darker, I think both fit a lot. 
report Recommended by twoego
Adults Not in Education, Employment or Training (NEET) is the primary link between these two series. They both deal with identity issues, self-deprecation, and reliance on others for happiness but have a very different take on how to approach these sensitive topics. NHK ni Youkoso has much darker themes but at the core of both is a story about companionship and love between two damaged people, forging new memories and forgiving old regrets that have molded them into the isolated people they've become and transforming them into the people they will be. 
report Recommended by Fire
Adult (and cute) woman playing videogames. 
report Recommended by Yakkari
Both are chill romance series staring adult, female characters and some crossdressing.  
report Recommended by gum_rummy
With similar situation where the girl is a shut-in (don't know if the spell is right). Can't write well because Sasami-san@ganbaranai is wierdly-cool for some unknown reason. 
report Recommended by FrengkySinaga
Both MC meets and likes each other in a game then later meets in the real world. In Btooom, the storyline is dark and it is a survival game while in Net-juu the storyline is funny. The romance is well presented in both series (game and real world alike). 
report Recommended by Half-MagePrince
Relationship with socially awkward people 
report Recommended by Pumpkinyaaan
Entirely different tone, but both shows are about 30+ year old office workers who find joy by escaping the real world to a fantasy one. Of course, K&M sends him to a real world, and Recovery is only a video game, but this idea of learning how to happily socialize in an escapist scenario is present in both. 
report Recommended by CosmicOwlDream
both animes had a otaku playing game, Ixion have a strong male lead and the other have a very funny female Mc. 
report Recommended by facuuu92
The anime has similar situation in which the protagonist somewhat stuck in a game world. Also part of a "Slice of Life". 
report Recommended by Lx_
Both are related with mmo games. The main character of Net-juu Susume low key wants to have the life the Log Horizon characters have. 
report Recommended by hwillow
Well, at first glance this recommendation seems a little strange but it is not as farfetched as it might seems. First of all in both anime special attention is given to the character and development, based on the personal life stories. "Netojuu no Susume" does appear a little more Ladylike due to a female main character and involving a lot of emotions. However, in both anime the game play is not focused, but on the other hand the characterization based on interaction and the ongoing plot is done pretty well, without being too predictable. To me these shows appear like representing two sides of the same  read more 
report Recommended by Sesshomaru
both have the same comedy about adult romance. both heroine have same expression (nervous slightly panic) if they in romantic situations.  
report Recommended by evangelino
I consider the style of comedy in this to be very similar. The comedy is derived less from the content of the joke, than it is from the execution (Timing, voice acting and facial expressions) BTW: I recommend the dub for both, although I especially do in the case of Monthly Girls' Nozaki-kun (It's one of my top dub recommendations, because the sub isn't funny. I suspect it's the same for Net-juu no Susume but I can't know for sure) 
report Recommended by Tenderizer17
Both are about people who love playing online games where they end up finding their love interests and also eventually meeting their real life counterparts. 
report Recommended by AOIsama
Both of these shows are stories centered around adults. Although Nodame is about musicians and Net-juu no Susume is about online gamers, what makes these shows similar is the way the shows are focused on the daily life of adults. How the characters' passions, careers, relationships, etc, all intertwine. These shows are both surprisingly funny as well.  
report Recommended by dostluq
Both series are similiar love comedy genres, both also have similar plots, and both heroine also have almost identical personalities (equally clumsy, lacking in self-confidence, having problems with social life, over-exaggerating and often self-demeaning , and have the same seiyuu as well). The difference thing here is that Sawako wants to go "out" of the box, while Morioka wants to go "inside" the box. 
report Recommended by jongskyid
The "hidden/unknown" romance aspect of both titles is very similar. Characters get to know each other in an unconventional way unbeknownst to them. The sets of main characters from each title have a sad/serious backstory as well.  
report Recommended by msyoung3331
Sweet, light-hearted romantic comedies with relatable characters and a couple (or couples!) that you just want to root for. Both of these shows will warm your heart and leave you with a smile on your face. 
report Recommended by Neko-Hoshishima
Similar cozy vibe between both series. Both star female characters hard on their luck meeting up with new people. Both series are very cute.  
report Recommended by gum_rummy
same character who loves the game world more than reality one 
report Recommended by rainfalls
Both involvers certain characters who gave up their very promising careers for a very pathetic lifestyle in gaming........where they both don't give a thing about their future. 
report Recommended by Whoahoho
They're both funny in an almost ironic way. They both have a NEET as one of the main characters. The world where Kazuma goes to is based off a game system. 
report Recommended by crowning