Wotaku ni Koi wa Muzukashii, Net-juu no Susume Recommendations

Wotaku ni Koi wa Muzukashii
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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
Those are shows that focus on romantic relationships involving gamers/otakus in their adult life. Both are cute, refreshing and have interesting characters.
report Recommended by MaahHeim
- Main characters are working adults - Romance between otakus/gamers - Funny and light shows
report Recommended by RJBScarletRain
Both are about romance between odd and awkward otaku couples. Net-Juu has game otakus and WnKwM has many different otakus: gamers, cosplayers, etc.
report Recommended by juliuschai
Both has that romance thing where it involves couples whom were odd and shares the same kind of hobby.
report Recommended by Whoahoho
Both shows have a romantic couples that are both Otaku's and both work in an office environment.
report Recommended by SeasideLua
Both around gamers and romcom! Very cute and relaxing/fun watch. If you are a player of MMOs and grew up with them like maplestory mabinogi dragon quest you’ll be be able to relate even more, but even without it’s a joy to watch and see the characters grow together
report Recommended by Phdrhymes
Both are primarily about the lives of adult otaku. While Wotakoi delves more into the romance side of things; MMO Junkie is more about the MC trying to be more social and make new friends with the POWER OF VIDEO GAMES!
report Recommended by McNosky
While the setting is exactly the opposite (romance on the workplace between flashy, otaku characters vs. romance online between more grounded-up characters), the two shows share a lot. Especially strong in both the theme of balancing real life and the "otaku hobbies" such as videogames, manga, anime, cosplay and so on.
report Recommended by DYED
Both protagonists are adults who love videogames The romance of both series is very similar, like the comedy...
report Recommended by JaVzD
Both have game scenes and romance. i really enjoyed watching both. sweet romance sorry for my bad english, it is not my mother language
report Recommended by skklk_154
Both shows deal with Otaku life/culture while focusing on romance as a subplot. Wotaku focuses more on the general otaku life style (manga/anime, games, doujinshi, etc) while Net-juu focuses more on the mmorpg style
report Recommended by Short_Circut
Adults that are teenagers at heart. Good romance and funny. They interact in playing games and in real life. Highly recommended.
report Recommended by Half-MagePrince
-both shows have the josei vibe, that is, the characters aren't in middle or high school; they are already working Both shows' opening songs really caught my attention. I mean, they don't sound the same, but it's one of those opening songs that is such a waste to skip.
report Recommended by Eurus_Makishima
Both focus on adults. The characters are otakus/gamers. There is also romance in both.
report Recommended by Sealshark122
Both are fun comedies that deal with the difficulties of being a misfit grown person in a society that often discriminate against being different. They are both Romantic comedies and they are both focused grown ups and their issues. They both deal with damaged MCs that find a group of friends where thy belong. Net-juu is more mature in it's problems, going a little deeper into the traumas of living in society, the demands society makes of people and what it is like to be depressed. Wotakoi's characters are functional misfits and not as traumatized as they make a point of disguising their "weirdness". Both shows are   read more
report Recommended by mendelwn
- both shows follow a romance between adult characters - main characters in both shows are otakus
report Recommended by Nikiforova
both have girl mc who has a hard time with love because they are a gamer/ otaku. ******************* IDK IF SPOILER ************************************************************************* But they both ended up with another gamer/otaku
report Recommended by Yan-AnsonI
Both deal with a romance between two nerdy characters. One deals with otaku culture while the other deals with video games, still, they give off similar vibes. They have their own charms, though.
report Recommended by hahachickem11037
Both are adult focusing romances that have similar thematic elements such as video games and healthy work/life balance.
report Recommended by ItsMeBee
If you liked any one of these ,you'll probably like the other one too!
report Recommended by Fudou_Yuuto
"Recovery of an MMO Junkie" shares strong similarities with Wotakoi, especially in the main cast. Both of them have an otaku female character, who gets close to a male character of similar interests. The idea of love is lightly touched in each of the two - they are more focused on the otaku lifestyle and interests instead. So if you liked Wotakoi, chances are you'll like MMO Junkie as well.
report Recommended by anime_monger
The main premise for both shows are otakus falling in love. -Both are very wholesome -Both have fun side characters
report Recommended by Jyunny6878
similar Main Character but they're osananajimi (childhood friend)
report Recommended by BabyCatfish
Both shows are about awkward adult otakus who meet through a chance encounter and end up falling in love with each other. The male and female leads are similar in appearance and personality so both anime have the same vibes. The main difference between the two is the setting. Wotakoi mostly takes place in a work-related environment, whereas Net-juu no Susume focuses on a virtual MMO world.
report Recommended by Jaiimy
This one definitely reminds me of WOTAKOI! but in a different taste and more romantic take. Having both characters being a shy type and discovering romance on their adulthood is something I am fond of watching. For me, this kind of stories are my kind of wholesome. I'm looking forward for a 2nd season!
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