When someone you hold dear is met the fate of losing their life, and you have the ability to go back in time to that moment to try and save them, do you have what it takes to do it? In Steins;Gate, science is used to create a time a machine, rewinding the clock and changing the course of fate and time by saving the one life (or two) In Erased, it is a slightly more chaotic as there is no science involved, only a lingering sense of guilt and the ability to rewind the clock before a drastic event occurs.
These parallel lines were
Boku dake ga Inai Machi like Steins Gate is about the main guy who has the ability to time-travel to the past to save someone dear to him. He ends up also having to save another girl from a tragic fate which he has romantic feelings for. Both anime start with a light mood and change drastically to a darker tone, dealing with the constant struggle of the hero endlessly trying to change the outcome of the future by changing the past. Also, If you watch Steins Gate the movie, you will find extra similarities with BDGIM.
Really enjoyable animes with lot of mystery,
Both of them are in a Dark theme with a wish to save someone in the past, To Fix a problem that happened in either present or past.
I suppose its tiny bit of a spoiler, but both shows deal with time travel a fair bit. In particular, the main hero of both shows travels to the past for a chance to save the life of someone dear to him, while unraveling the mystery of what is happening around him. Both shows also contain elements of romance.
The pacing of the shows is a bit different, as Boku Dake goes a bit faster, and the methods of time travel are different as well. S;G has more slice of lifey moments, and the main characters are fairly different. Theyre both outcasts of a
I found that when I first started watching this anime, it instantly reminded me of Steins;Gate. The concept of going back in time and altering the past, and also with the incidents involving the protagonists I found were similar in a sense. Both have the male protagonist going back in time. This leads them to the future to see how what they have changed in the past has affected future events. However, I believe that Erased is more emotional and much shorter than Steins;Gate.
Travels back in time to save dear ones and the plot makes you grip for more.
Both involve time travel and heavily feature attempting to change the past for a better outcome. Erased focuses more on mystery and the changes Satoru makes as he relives his life while Steins;Gate centres more around the close relationships between Okabe and his lab assistants.
Both of the stories revolve around time traveling concept. Both of the MCs are people who want to fix his past mistakes into creating a new timeline where the happy ending exists.
Both animes consist in saving important people to the main character, it is done in a way to make them understand better the mechanics of their ability to time travel.
In each anime is presented a mystery about the murder, they unravel the mystery throughout the anime presenting new characters and linking the pieces of the puzzle together.
They have extremely amazing history and direction, worth watching and recommending even for non-anime fans, the only bummer for non anime-watchers would be Okarin's personality (Steins;Gate main character) who is an outgoing character that yells and make jokes most commonly observed in japanese midia.
Both shows involve similar time travel mystery.
They are similar in many more ways that I cannot describe, yet I can assure you that you won't regret watching Steins;Gate if you liked Boku dake ga Inai Machi.
Don't let the first 6-8 episodes of S;G let you down, it gets better, trust me.
Dude goes back in time to save chick.
Erased has a very visual novel-like atmosphere which is why people are reminded of Steins;Gate, an anime actually based on a VN. The colours used in both shows are quite drab and dark, with a similar atmosphere of desperation. Both shows have an adult cast.
Aside from the main point re: time travel and chick-saving; the characters, their interactions, and the themes are all very different.
- time travelling
- save people to prevent serious matters
- fight their biggest enemies
- Good OP
- smart MC
- has their own unique artstyle
Steins;Gate and Boku dake ga Inai Machi (Erased) both contain elements of time travel (Steins;Gate more than Erased). Both have really good characters and animation, both have a very interesting and engaging story and really get you invested in whats going on. I highly recommend this!
This show is frail in comparison to the time travel in steins;gate. In stiens;gate the main character has a personality while retaining the basic urge to save his friends and loved ones. Yeah, you can do that with a personality. Also the time travel itself is the premise and the plot. In Erased time travel is just a tool the main character uses to attempt to capture the killer. In stiens;gate the killer is not obvious and it's very hard to tell when the plot twist will be. Meanwhile in Erased it was so obvious who was the killer. In fact I didn't think
- Very smart main character...
- ...who has to get back in time to prevent someone's suffering/death
- Clean visuals, catchy soundtrack
- Amazing storytelling
A Series about time Travel and Correcting the past much like Boku dake ga Inai Machi. Light Comedy and a thrilling emotional Story.
Time travel & try to change destiny
ON the surface these shows are very similar. There is time travel and the goal of saving people. One of these shows is consistent with its plot and characters (Steins Gate) and one is not (ERASED). One hints at things slowly and one clumsily hits you with blunt clues. I could make this list forever. But at the end of the day I recommend Steins Gate for fans of Erased and not the other way around.
Steins;Gate and Boku dake ga Inai Machi revolve around the central idea of trying to save a life of someone dear to you by going back in time, only to find out that more problems and challenges have arisen. Steins;Gate explores more in depth into the time-travel theory and where the ability to time travel came from, thus the longer than usual 24 episodes while Boku dake ga Inai Machi takes are more simpler and easy-to-digest approach; just 12 episodes, on the time travel theme to take preventative measures to resolve a death and change the future.
In both anime the main character has to go back in time to save someone he holds dear
It's time travel, my dudes. Both are a part of "good taste starter pack", both are really good - and both share the main theme.
MC experiences time loops. There's an energetic, cute female with a distinct presence. They both start very excited and have a thrilling, creepy vibe to them.
Both shows give the same feeling, the Main Character in both shows go back in time to prevent something horrible that will happen in the future
Steins;Gate is also about time travel, the consequences of changing the past and dealing with it's given repercussions.
Both show also deal with a lot of mystery that affect both the past and present.
If you want more, Robotics;Notes is set in the same "universe" as Steins;Gate, albeit a very different type of anime yet 'affected' by the events of Steins;Gate.
While we're at it, check out Chaos;Head as well.
These three in chronological order are:
Take it or leave it, your call.
Either way, I've personally enjoyed these selections.
Both anime shows have a complex plot line. Both ERASED and Steins;Gate involve time travelling to prevent something bad from happening. In my opinion, both animes are very similar and both shows are a must watch.
Time travelers, butterfly effect, grandfather paradox...Steins; Gates is, above all, an incredible story about friendship. Boku take ga Inai Machi shares the framework, the main idea and goal: change the future from the past.
Both consist of the protagonist having to time travel back to save someone he cares for. Only Steins;Gate does it better in my opinion and actually has a solid explaination for the time travel mechanism.
Both show are about time travel.
The main plot in both anime is driven by time travel.
Both of these anime are driven by mystery and the intelligence portrayed by the main protagonist.
Both main characters will desperately do anything to try and save their loved ones.
Revival=Reading Steiner ;)
Both contain epic time travel.
Both have a relation with time travel and both play with your mind. Moreover, you do not know what's going to happen in any of them.
Both animes series are based on the ''Time travelling'' subject.
In both of the series the main character is trying to save someone dear to him.
There are major differences in the two animes , like Steins;Gate has a comedy side too and it's not as serious as BDGIM.
BDGIM is more emotional and dramatic.
Both of the series are worth watching , If you liked one of them you will like the other one for sure.
Both include the theme of time travel, only difference being Boku dake ga Inai Machi is based on supernatural, whereas Steins;Gate is based on science. Boku dake ga Inai Machi is currently airing, showing another theme of having to go back in time to save someone.
Above Standard Animation
Only difference is Steins gate did everything else better but took longer to develop it plot.....hence why its above Boku dake on MAL. So if you watched boku dake, go watch this classic.
Main character in both series are able to time-travel from the present to the past. The story centres itself with the theme of good versus evil with the main character having to make each and every small decision which can greatly affect the future depending on the actions done from the past.
Same kind of story: time travel, destiny, a bit romantic, friends.
Both have extremely well and tastefully written plots and characters, are thrilling and galvanizing. They conjure up intense feels and deal with time leaps.
- Both revolve around the same idea of someone trying to change the future to prevent a murder
- Both have protagonists that originally look bland but are actually great characters
- Both have quirky looking, realistic characters
- The biggest difference is that Boku Dake gets going much faster than Steins; Gate, but even this little detail has made some people think these series are very different
Similar time travel concepts and psychological elements, and the main characters of both series have very similar experiences. Both series also have a fantastic story and good character development too.
-Both shows have a time travel setting.
-Both shows have lovable characters.
-Both shows have the main character trying to save someone.
Here's some advice: make sure to watch them back to back. I did that and it was amazing.
-trying to save a person changing things on the past
-Both have really good plot and drama.
--In both animes MC go back in the past to change their fate..Though in Steins;Gate, the repeated failure can make you cry... :'(
--In both animes... The MC go back in the time to save their beloved ones..
--Both of them start off with a light start and then paces up....
--And of course, How can I forget about THEM... The cliffhangers in both are just...OTHERWORDLY...(Keep an eye out when watching them, U might actually DIE!)
Steins;Gates is a more Sci-Fi based anime...and makes use of time travel theories which actually exists...While Erased does not make any use real life theories and is
Both shows focus on a male main protagonist that has a time-travel ability, that they use to save someone dear to them.
Both animes are about time travel. Fujinuma Satoru and Okabe Rintarou time travel to past to save someone. Both endure failure and had to travel through time in several times to achieve their goal. This allows them to experience multiple timelines.
Both series feature spirited protagonists, that might feel isolated from those around them, but are determined to the right thing and fix their mistakes - this may sound clichéd, but they both have enough quirks and enough charm to keep them interesting. From a genre perspective - both feature time travel and the idea of alternate worlds and realities, and the idea of preserving relationships across these boundaries. The artwork, particularly the backgrounds, is something definitely worth noting, as there as some stunning scenes throughout. Steins;Gate has more "lighter" moments, perhaps due to the added length, but both series definitely have plenty of suspenseful moments
Both of the anime's main character has the abillity to travel in time to save beloved people. Both are breath taking, If you're looking something similar then here it is! Loved it!
Time travelers, butterfly effect, grandfather paradox...Steins; Gates is, above all, an incredible story about friendship. Boku take ga Inai Machi shares the framework, the main idea and goal: change the future from the past. Rintaro –Steins; Gate– and Satoru –Erased–, are in charge of it. The characters share more than it could seem.
-Both anime tell about time time travel (especially back to the past).
-Both main character try to save someone that important to them.
they're both about time travel "kind of". and they're both really good... that was enough reason for me to watch it xD
Both stories involve time travel used for the purposes of preventing a terrible event
Both stories have a murder mystery and friendship as central plot points
Both have light romantic undertones
Both stories have a deep emotional impact and are overall quite touching
In general, there is a very similar thematic feel between these two animes, and if you like one then you will most likely enjoy the other.
Both anime series involve a male protagonist going back in time to prevent a death. The difference is that one involves the use of technology to intentionally time travel and in the other, time travel is a super natural ability that the protagonist has little control over. I highly recommend both series and am confident you will enjoy both series' unique approach to stories involving time travel.
Changing the future by fixing the mistakes done in the past plays a huge part in both series. In both anime, the main character tries to save someone important to them by traveling to the past. Both shows also keep you at the edge of your seat as you follow the protagonist on their mission and see the consequences of the actions and mistakes done by them.
Both animes are related to time travel and the problems that accompany it.
Characters are tested in difficult situations and will face difficult decisions to save their loved ones.
is about the main guy who has the ability to time-travel to the past to save someone near him.
Time Travel , Revival of Time ....
Watch this both and find out how they solve a tragedy or a mistakes that happen in their own times.
This anime series is really similar of steins gate. Bouth are about time travel.
Steins;Gate and Boku dake ga Inai Machi revolve around the concept of the butterfly effect, where one action causes a chain effect into the future. Both protagonists continually travel back in time to fix the main cause and to fix their futures from something both Okabe and Satoru don't want to have. Both are great fiction animes with Steins;Gate more on a technical, machine level and Boku dake ga Inai Machi with a simple ability.
Time traveling, basically.
The concept is a bit different but it's definitely a very good one.
The whole repetitive thing of overdoing things over and over again is the same in this anime, that's why you will feel some sort of good connection to this anime too if you like Boku dake ga Inai Machi.
If you enjoyed the idea and usage of time travel and manipulation aspect of Erased, you will definitely love Steins;Gate as it expands upon it in almost every way.
Why? because they both have deep emotional story lines. Though both have a slow start if you get past the first few episodes, you will be entering a battlefield of emotions. I cried watching both, and so will you. Enough said!
Another time-travel theory is present in this series, though compared to Steins;gate, Boku dake ga Inai Machi's time-travel occurs as a natural phenomenon instead of actually (and specifically) manipulating time.
Both protagonists are on a quest to change the future by saving their loved ones, and their journey of fighting the evil ones (Criminal in ERASED, Organization in S;g) from being successful in their evil deeds.
Boku dake ga Inai Machi is a very confusing anime and it isn't very easy to figure out whats going on,similar to Steins;Gate where your mind gets blown when the main character discovers something important. This isn't the only reason it is similar to Steins;Gate as the main character in Boku dake ga Inai Machi gets sent backwards in time,with his previous memories when a death or negative things happen around that he has to prevent.
A powerful and pur love story! This affirmation is perfect for those anime.
Like in ,,Stein;Gate", ,,Boku dake inai machi has a unique way to tell a story by breaking time and help the protagonist to protect his lover and his friends.
Those anime are REALLY similar but they stil have their original and exciting story involving time traveling and friendship.
Both features the ability to time travel. They also bring up the subject of tragedy and sadness of attempting to go back in time to save loved ones. Steins;Gate does go on a more scientific route when it comes to time traveling while Erased tends to gear towards the subject of crime and mystery.
Steins;Gate and Erased share a lot of similar traits:
- both involve time travel (though it's explained more thoroughly in Steins;Gate)
- MC travels back in time to save a loved one
- both have a similar atmosphere/feel
- intriguing plot and keeps you on edge
Even though Erased is more of a mystery anime than Steins;Gate, I found myself frequently drawing similarities between the two shows. If you liked the feel and premise of one anime, you will most likely enjoy the other
Both anime focus on the male protags travelling through time to save the girls most important to them. However, SG focuses more on the science aspect of the story, while Erased's focus is more on solving a mystery, as well as the protag's feelings about the "new" set of people around him.
In my opinion, SG is far better because it does not have one tenth the number of plot holes that Erased does, but then again, others will have a different opinion.
In both cases the protagonist returns to the past, trying to stop something from happening in the future, while struggling to cope with the fact that he is the only one that knows of this future event. Both protagonists are also seemingly helpless when it comes to action, so their struggle is completely intellectual.