Apart from sharing an identical plot, these anime have many character similarities (Harima Kenji/Misao Zaitsu, Eri Sawachika/Kei Enomoto, Tenma Tsukamoto/Koyoi Bessho, etc), not to mention that in both series the relationship chart is pretty intricate.
Both are highly enjoyable school comedies with plenty of love triangles and misunderstandings.
Both have a Big strong guy falling for a girl for no particular reason. Both of them guys love the girl they have fallen for with unconditional love. Harima/Misao seek to protects, care for, and sacrifices himself for the girl he loves even though Tenma/Ayumi already loves anther person. Harima/Misao may seem to have a hard exterior but it seems that beyond the multiple fights they get involved with they are both kind hearted (More so Misao then Harima) and loves animals.
Extreme complex love polygons. Everyone likes someone who likes another person.
Both series are lighthearted slice-of-life comedies that don't really take themselves too seriously.
There are a lot of similar characters in the series. You can pretty much find a counterpart for every character in the other series (Tenma = Ayumi, Eri = Kei, Harima = Misao ..... you get the idea).
Also both series tend to spend a few episodes on each of the characters and then move on to the next. Because of that, it is very difficult to classify anyone as "the main character". Rather, there really isn't such a thing as a main character in either series.
Hatsukoi Limited has a gentler comedy and art style (similar to Minami Ke), but both deals with high school love from various angles. School Rumble focused more on comedic situations that arose from complex web of one sided love, Hatsukoi Limited focuses more on each character's thoughts and actions for their love.
Although high school romance is portrayed in different ways, both animes explore strikingly different situations from different types of love, but most importantly: leave you with warm and fuzzy feelings that you can only get from love comedy~
Both animes follow relationships that progress through the story. Both animes are produced by J.C. Staff, and both have the same artist(Marble) do the OP/ED. Marble did the Kimikiss OP and Hatsukoi Limited ED.
Both of them are about first love, with several interlaced love stories.
The expression 'uncontrollable feelings' is very important in both of them, it is like the summary of the complete series.
Main characters are high-school girls in both animes.
- Hatsukoi is much more echhi, KimiKiss is mainly romantic
- Hatsukoi is more comedy
they are both about love and about couples.While Amagami is about a boy falling in love(in an omnibus style-he falls in love with various girls in different arcs) Hatsukoi Limited is about girls pursuing their love interests(couples are formed with a continuous storyline). They are both good but I like more Amagami
Both are a High School romance with a fairly realistic outlook on what makes girls attractive. Hatsukoi is an ongoing story with a big cast while Amagami focuses on a protagonist and rewinds time for each arc.
The anime is also about many couples, pursuing their love, most of which is in female perspective, in a school romance setting. It has more depth regarding the character(s) background and perspective. Both also have the same fluffy feeling to it.
If you want more fluffiness (i don't know how to describe that feeling) might as well as give it a try. Also, the heroines are beautiful
Both focus on more than just one couple, have (relatively) quick romantic progression, and have a cast of likable characters. Hatsukoi Limited is more streamlined with fewer characters and has a tighter plot, while Tsurezure Children alternates between a series of loosely related events that takes place with each couple. Hatsukoi also has a fair bit of drama towards the end, while Tsurezure does not.
Both series has the same artist involved hence the similar art of the characters.
Both series contains comedy, drama, and romance as the characters are involved in storyline of confession, misunderstandings, and trials.
Both series takes place at a school setting and generally has a similar feeling.
First impressions can make a difference. Falling in love for the first time. Two unlike people fell in love with each other. One has multiple love stories. The other the best bro helps the couple get together.
Both animes have the message that you shouldn't judge others based on their looks. They're both cute romantic comedies. The only thing is Ore Monogatari has one main romance and Hatsukoi Limited has several that go into detail about each one.
Teenagers find romance among their classmates and people around them, and with each episode focusing on a different first love kind of match up, some of which go well, and others are played off as situational.
Hatsukoi Limited involves mostly junior high and some high school girls and their relationships. Some of the crushes involve the siblings of the girls and lots of love polygons. Towards the end of the series, the crushes turn into confessions and rejections and the polygons get shaken a bit.
In Boys Be, the main characters are in high school. The main guys get put in different relationship situations, usually with a person of the week. Sometimes the girls get an episode to pair up. The main guy and girl also have a thread of a relationship. It's set at the turn of the 21st century where cell phones are just emerging.
Rom-com humor is prevalent in both series, including obligatory visits to the beach, cultural festivals, holidays, and the usual fanservice. read more
Well for starters, romance is present in both series so that's one similarity already right there. But more than that, Hatsuoki Limited and Boys Be...expands beyond this with its intertwined romance arcs focusing various characters and the drama that involves them in their adolescent years.
Both series also focuses a similar setting involving school.
Both series has comedy but also at the same time emotional moments.
Both series are recommended to watch for those who are into dramatic romance.
Although Hatsukoi is much more of a slice-of-life, both are great romance anime that have a few cliches, but they make them their own. Both can get crazy at times, but their strongest points are the more serious aspects, like the drama and romance.
Also, from my own personal experiences, I have found that fans of one series tend to also enjoy the other.
Taking away the magical drug that turns an adult into teenager in ReLIFE the similarities in both of these shows are far in between. In ReLife and in Hatsukoi Limited we meet characters who are in high school in a coming of age setting they both deal with love and friendship in a somewhat slice of life type of way however the big difference is the humor ReLife is more easy going with cute moments while Hatsukoi Limited is a little bit more ecchi.
hatsukoi reminds me of DKN. Pretty similar setting and enjoyment.
hatsukoi is more on romance, while DKN has few. If you enjoy DKN I'm sure you will enjoy Hatsukoi too. the characters were separate with boys and girls so that viewers in both sex can enjoy the show.
Araburu really reminds me Hatsukoi Limited. Both have got simillar graphic style, they are both "light" romance with some kind of adultery jokes, in both each heroine has got "her own lover". If you like comedies/romances and you like Araburu, you should also check Hatsukoi Limited.
Both are school comedy anime with similar set of characters: high schoolers with their siblings on lower/higher level involved. While Hyakko focusses more on the 'Slice of life' genre, Hatsukoi Limited is more on the 'Romance' side. The primary characters of Hyakko are in high school while those of Hatsukoi Limited are middle schoolers.
Both anime are 12 episodes about a group of girls linked together by episodic love stories. Very similar. Hatsukoi Limited has quite a bit of fan service though (which is odd, considering it's marketed to girls, right?).
Both involves romance. Both also involves several characters that are unrelated to each other at the start of the series but as as the story develops, the characters get connected to each other slowly. (also applies to ef - a tale of melodies)