The biggest similarity of these shows is the same theme, the money. Also there are few miniature similarities in the story as well.
Both about the economy. ED sang by same person.
Very similar in the sense that both series involve a group of people who are given money which they can use to help improve the future
Similar type of argument, similar style.
one guy goes into a whole world made up of money. of course, money can bring out the worst of people, so this guy has to do something about it.
their both realistic in some sort of way in regards of how people will act with money around them.
Both involve money and both have fluid animations. Also, characters are pitted against each other like a game.
They have cellphones with money and it's a game, story is very different from eachother though.
But both are thrilling and you want to know what happens next!
Deal with some of our contemporary issues. While Eden of the East has a lighthearted comedic feel to it, C has a more serious, solemn tone.
In both anime, their premises are based on some sort of competition between chosen individuals, in a tournament that somehow involves money.
Gets lots of money, but doesn't use it how normal people would normally use, but get into the game.
Both have the same theme which is money and it is used in a game like manner. The money is used to try to make the world a better place.
Both revolve around the power and consequences of money
Both are short series dealing with economics and "saving" Japan to some degree. Both main male characters are involved in a "game" that eventually affects those around them. Their futures are dependent upon these games. Money is power and success - and when you run out of it, your game is over.
- A group of people get a lot of money, giving the future as collateral, in [c] are the future of themselves and, in Eden , it is the future of Japan.
- By losing the lot, they could lose their lives , literally or metaphorically .
-They have a struggle for power and of course , greed . Since their objectives are not the same.
the settings of both series are undeniably similar. in both series there is some game involved to which the main character is forced into or exposed to, an alternative game or world that manages to influence society in the "normal" world. In Higashi no Eden's case it is the game and selecao system created by Mr.Outside and in C:'s case that is the eastern financial district.
both anime series discuss the importance of money. Although the subject is discussed more directly in C, the outlook on it is quite similar; the connection between the government, society and individuals and money and its influence on