Chuunibyou demo Koi ga Shitai!, Ore no Kanojo to Osananajimi ga Shuraba Sugiru Recommendations

Chuunibyou demo Koi ga Shitai!
If you liked
Chuunibyou demo Koi ga Shitai!
Ore no Kanojo to Osananajimi ga Shuraba Sugiru
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Ore no Kanojo to Osananajimi ga Shuraba Sugiru
Both have characters with embarrassing secrets from their past that they are trying to hide.
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Both series have characters with embarrassing secrets Both have club with one boy and several girls
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Both are about a girl that finds out a boy's secret. Therefore the boys have to stay around them so other people won't know about it.
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Both have ex-chuunibyou characters.
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A few simple words... Chuunibyou Syndrome. Both of the main male leads have ex-chuunibyou syndrome and then a girl appears who finds out their secret and so they stay together. Although in Chu2byou Koi Shitai the girl has chuunibyou while in Oreshura she doesn't. ((I actually haven't finished Chu2byou yet so uhh... I'll update this when I finish both.))
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Anime in which the main male characters desperately want to keep their highly chuunibyou behaviors in the past a secret, so much so that they panic whenever their old acquaintances try to bring up the protagonists' past syndromes. Both series are comedy-based romance series in which the male lead is in a club with many girls.
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Dat 8th grader syndrome
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Both main characters trying to move on after have 8th grade syndrome and moving to High school.
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-The Delusions -The "Crazy Hard To Watch" Factor -The "Secret" that I won't tell you
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Each of these stories revolve around the characters suffering from their past "8th grader syndrome" only to be bribed or threatened into helping the female protagonist, Each have that light hearted comedy aspect as well as the main character fighting his feelings for the Main female. If you've watched and liked Chuunibyou demo Koi ga Shitai then Oreshura should already be on your list seeing as they're both very similar anime that give off the same feelings as you watch with a good flow of enjoyable and serious moments to keep you following along.
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Both series have very similar plots, characters, and humor. If you like one you will probably like the other. Chu2 is not a harem but but still feels similar and the MC has mostly girls for friends. While Ore no Kanojo is definitely harem but shares many recurring themes with Chu2.
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if you liked oreshura you're probably going to like chuu2 as well. both of them have a guy who's trying to hide from his immature past.
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We use to play things when we were little by having these strange delusional syndromes that we remembered and had fun playing with it... In the series the main male character was use to be a delusional teen, but then has to erased it all as it was too embarrassing. It all went smoothly, until a person messed up his life, and having those fantasies come back, forcing him to go along of what they are doing. Oreshura is somewhat a harem comedy, while Chuunibyou focus on romance, and somewhat fantasy-action scenes.
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-Both shows involves characters who got Eighth-Grade Syndrome -Both main characters wants to put that away from themselves but keeps coming back -Both the characters has a club together
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Both MC's past is filled with cringey chuunibyou tales. They attempt to start their life anew, void of their embarrassing past. The truth is however discovered by the heroines and forced upon them once again, for better or worse. The primary difference is that OreShura has a harem while Chuunibyou! does not.
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Both of these anime are rom-coms. The only big difference is that Ore no Kanojo to Osananajimi ga Shuraba Sugiru is a harem and Chuunibyo is not. Both of the male protagonist suffer from a past involved with being a Chunibyo, and both are now trying to leave that past behind, but can't because of the women in their lives.
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An anime with a character who also suffered something similar to the eighth grade syndrome which there will be a girl who would take advantage of that shameful past to force him to be her boyfriend.
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-Both have ex-chuunibyou characters -Both are romantic comedies -The plots are pretty similar (MC tries to forget embarrassing past etc etc) -Both anime include a small group of characters in school who form a club together -["Chuunibyou demo Koi ga Shitai"] isn't a harem, whereas ["Ore no Kanojo to Osananajimi ga Shuraba Sugiru"] is. There aren't many things to write about in terms of similarities, but I can say that if you watched one, you will be reminded of it when watching the other. So, that said, I think that if you liked one, you will like the other.
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the characters and story remind me alot of chuunibyou as both mc have a past that they wish to keep hidden
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Both mc gets around mg due to their old imagination fantasy,both react funny,, really like u would feel when found out about your embarrassing past. Both do not fall for the girl at start and starts to develop love later on. Both mc is somehow controlled by mg.
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The two main characters in these series have secrets about their past lives and have both been reached by the chuunibyou
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If you enjoy ex-chuunibyou characters in one of them you will like the other and some sences have the same aura in my opinion
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In both anime, the main character had "chuunibyou" in the past, which ends up bring up troubles when he goes to high school, in Chuunibyou having another classmate relive his chuunibyou times, and in Oreshura it was used to blackmail him. And in general, many scenes that happened in Chuunibyou also has similar scenes happening in Oreshua (but in a shuffled order). Note that Chuunibyou is more focused on the chuunibyou itself, while Oreshura is much more romance-oriented, thus making it a harem as well.
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