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Plastic Memories
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Shuumatsu Nani Shitemasu ka? Isogashii desu ka? Sukutte Moratte Ii desu ka?
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Shuumatsu Nani Shitemasu ka? Isogashii desu ka? Sukutte Moratte Ii desu ka?
SukaSuka is like Plastic Memories if you fleshed out the world and made it stand on its own, setting it apart from the romance plot. Plastic Memories is like SukaSuka because it focuses on a girl who does not have much time left to be with the one she loves. One is high fantasy, the other is sci-fi. Both are tearjerkers.
report Recommended by Syrup-
Ok did you like Plastic Memories ? Great for you, I surely didn't. I dropped it pretty quickly because I got pissed off at the fact that the plot was full of holes just to conveniently try to jam sadness in my heart (that didn't work obviously), and it felt horribly artificial (pardon the pun while talking about robots). However my point is, although Sukasuka doesn't have the same setting at all, the challenges put in front of the main character are pretty much the same. Except he isn't just a walking and talking dildo here just to satisfy the female cast like a VN protagonist.   read more
report Recommended by Gluomme
Boy gets appointed to work with a cute artificial human girl. They fall in love with each other. He soon discovers, she has not much more time left in this world.
report Recommended by Piromysl
tearjerker sci-fi romances with similar main characters and messed up worlds. both involve a man working with an artificial woman.
report Recommended by stealthswor
- Both have a seemingly calm setup, but is seemingly headed towards a sad ending for the main characters. - Main male character enters a new job and meets the main female character. - Somewhat similar style of romance between the main male and female characters. - The theme of memory loss is present in both series, but is approached in different ways, both unique to their own story.
report Recommended by Marsh37
Both anime are considered romances on the tragic side, SukaSuka has more of a fantasy setting while Plastic Memories is more sci-fi. The male protagonists in both find jobs where they become involved in relationships with the main female characters of each series, both of which only have a limited amount of time left to live.
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