Beginning with the obvious, both Re:Zero and Steins;Gate were animated by the same studio, White Fox and both main protagonists have time traveling related abilities.
Now for the juicy stuff, both Okabe and Subaru are quite different from the usual anime protagonist and aren't meant to be self-inserts for viewers. They both must overcome obstacles to save the ones they love and both feature thrilling story lines and engaging characters that break the mold of most anime tropes like Tsunderes (with Steins;Gate's Kurisu) and Moé characters (Re:Zero's Rem). The authors want you to see the MCs go through very difficult (and sometimes gory) hardships
Time traveling is always a popular theme for anime.But it is risky because it can cause a lot of plot holes.Then again those two anime don't have a problem about that at all.Both mc have similar goal and reason for using time travel again and again.Steins;Gate hasn't got any real fight scenes but it has much philosophical approach about time travel.Both are done by the same studio so animation style is similar too.
Both anime revolve mostly around an ordinary guy who does his best to protect those he cares about, no matter how many times he has to do it:
- Both Guys who are suddenly caught in a spiral of disastrous events
- Both have something to do with the Butterfly Effect/Travelling back in time
- Both MC's are pretty powerless and non-significant at first
- Both MC's will stop at nothing to save those they care about
Essentially similar concept. Re:Zero is basically Steins;Gate meets KonoSuba.
Restarting over and over, both have a great story if you like twists and turns, and both make you feel like your the protagonist.
Main character desperately tries to save the people that he loves while trying to repair his mistakes during his previous attempts. Both of the animes are getting more and more psychological as the main character tries to do what he can to make things work. Both are incredibly thrilling and suspenful.
Re:Zero and Steins;Gate featured an MC with similiar power: time travel. And the 'time travel' aspect of these series isn't just some cool sci-fi material, it has a little dark element attached to it: 'death'. Both MC tried to save people around them from the hand of the reaper, they also touched upon the psychological aspect of the MC as the only one who remember the events from before the timeline is altered. Also, both series are produced by the same studio and have fantastic, fluid animation. However, while Steins;Gate is a bit slow on the beginning, Re:Zero show its dark element right on the
If you like watching someone getting desperate to save everything by some kind of "time-travel" you would love this show instantly.
Despite opposite settings, both of these series feature time looping as the main plot device and strong character development, plus similar themes of selflessness and looking forward rather than behind.
Both of these animes have the same theme of going back in time to save a life, but in one the person has to die in order to change time while the other simply has to microwave a burrito. Other than that the series as a whole seems completely different.
Unlike Re:Zero, Steins;Gate a well-written time-travel thriller. If you think Re:Zero is good, then you clearly haven't watched Steins;Gate or Madoka Magica.
“Re:Zero kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu” and “Steins;Gate” have the concept of going back in time. Problems are always arising for the main characters. Whenever they think they can catch a break, something around them has to go wrong. Furthermore, their mental state will be affected from seeing the people around them suffer. With that being said, these anime can have a very dark and serious tone. While “Re:Zero kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu’s” storyline is set in a fantasy world, “Steins;Gate” focuses on a real life aspect.
In Steins;Gate the mc makes a time leap machine and the plot becomes saving his friend by time leaping. In re:zero, The mc also uses time leap to save his friends. In the both series, they need to figure the way how to save people. In rezero, by triggering specific events, meanwhile in Steins;Gate by redoing his actons.
If you've seen them both then you'll know this is an obvious comparison.
Slight spoilers for story premises here, but nothing that would ruin either for you if you haven't seen them yet.
Both of these Anime are by White Fox, and have more or less the same story structure and premise: The main character has the power to rewind time somehow, and this interferes with the natural order of things. As such, they lose people they care about, and end up going back again and again, growing increasingly desperate, as they try to get the perfect result.
Both stories have a great
Both shows have a very similar concept around them. Steins;Gate and Re:Zero are both produced by the same studio, White Fox. The main protagonists of both shows can act like goofballs at times, but become serious and dependable when it comes to helping others out. I don't want to say too much as it's best to go into both of these shows blind and I definitely recommend both of them. Steins;Gate and Re:Zero are both fantastic shows produced by White Fox though Re:Zero is very controversial at times. This is only my opinion though.
2)same topic- time travel
3)both the MC travels time to save someone.
4)both the MC are goofy but when the situations calls they become serious.
1)Steins;gate is a science fiction while Re:zero is a fantasy.
Time travel concept, similar animation styles and made by the same studio ( white fox studio). Both also have a complex plot and interesting story.
Both have to do with going back in time to save someone they care about. The protagonists are both funny and goofy but have a darker tragic side. However,
Re:Zero has more gore and takes place in a fantasy environment and Steins;Gate is more realistic.
Someone at White Fox be like: "You guys remember this anime about time travel we made few years ago, that everybody loved? Let's do that again!"
Aside from having time-travel present in both anime these anime differs from Boku Dake ga Inai Machi and Charlotte. This is because the MCs are able to move forward through various trials and errors which most of the time draws our emotions. Both also has more than 12 episodes.
Similar in that both main characters have the ability to travel back in time ,and that they use that power to try to save a loved one.
A goofy, but series when the time calls protagonist gets himself into a time travel loop where he must save his closest compatriot.
-both are related to different worldline and travelling back time
-both the MC are air headed but serious in tough situations
-both MC travel back time to save someone
-both shows have really cute girls...
and interesting plot and twist....
Both start happy and lighthearted but descend into madness.
The main character undergoes extreme stress, due to certain events.
Both involve time travel and returning to the same time.
The main guys have many similarities.
Both involve a romance.
Both have a cat girl named F(a/e)ris and a trap.
- Both have dimensional travel
- Dark elements.
However, steins;gate focuses more on time travel as Re:Zero focuses on fantasy and dimensional travel.
The vibe from both series are very alike; intense, hilarious and much more. The main characters are also very similar; they are not afraid to speak their mind to express themselves, and they often go out of their way to help other people. What's more similar is that both series deal with time-travel where the main character is able to go back into time to make better decisions to avoid similar incidents of occurring again.
Great plot with time travel stories.
A main character tries to save the person that he loves by the time leap.
-Both feature hilarious protagonists
-Both involve... hmm... how shall we say this without giving to much away.. A way of 'resetting'
-Made by the same studio, similar art style
-Start slow but reveal the truth later
They both have time travel where the main character must go back mutiple times.
- Mayushii always suffering
- The local MC always suffering too but he lived from his checkpoint
- Immature MC
- Cringy MC
Even though ReZero and Steins;Gate have a different setting (Fantasy - Sci-Fi), they have a lot in common when it comes to the story and characters.
- Both ReZero and Steins;Gate revolve around time travelling.
- They both seem to have their funny, relaxing moments and their more dramatic and intense ones.
- Similar protagonists, they both are often goofy and in a light-minded mood, but when the time comes, they become serious and strong-minded.
- Both protagonists travel back in time in order to save a person they care for (Although, the conditions to do that are different in each anime).
In both anime the main character starts from the beginning each time he fails to save his beloved person, both see them die again and again in multiple ways and that experience takes its toll, They both lose hope at one point but someone gives them the courage to not stop and continue.
Trime travel plays a major role in both animes. Rintarou Okabe and Subaru Natsuki are able to travel backward in time in order to save someone they care about. This time travel happens multiple times throughout the anime.
Made by the same studio,Re:Zero features many simiarities to Steins;Gate,most notably the premise of time travel. The shows protagonists also resemble each other,with a at the start of their respective series rather whacky personality, and as the series go on a gradual detoriation of their mental health.
-Both anime tell about LIVE - FAIL/DIE - REPEAT sequence.
-Both main character try to save someone that important to them using time machine (for Steins;Gate) and using checkpoint (for Re:Zero).
-Both anime contain a lot of emotion, especially desperation, fear, and love.
-Both anime have most popular waifu (Kirisu for Steins;Gate and Rem for Re:Zero).
Made by the same studio, Re:Zero may not be as great as Steins;Gate but many elements such as time travel and a wacky main character are still present
Both Animes follow similar time travel theme where MC can go back and still remember the other timeline to accomplish a goal. I would also mention Madoka being in the same league.
P.S. this is my favorite genre
Carismatic main character that sometimes acts like an air-headed but it's not, at least not that much. Time traveling, deaths, same studio, interesting plot.
The two main protagonists, Okabe and Subaru, work with time whether it is through a machine or an ability (There is more similarities with this. However, I will leave it a surprise.). The story revolves around take action and changing the future, otherwise known as the Butterfly Effect. Both animes are made by the same studios and are enjoyable to watch after the first few episodes.
The male protagonists are very alike, as they share the traits of being humorous, caring, energetic, and emotional. The female protagonist believes in the male protagonist, which is something both anime share as well. Both shows have a lot of humor now and then, and they also have mysteries that the protagonists have to solve through thorough investigation. In the end, I honestly think that if you loved Steins;Gate, you most likely will love Re: zero as well. Not only that, they are from the same studio. The only difference between the two is the setting and the difference darkness between the two anime. Re:
Both have the same concept about going back in time to save the one you love and you will get the same in the end
The two start pretty funny but begin to become a tragedic story more than a comedic one. The two also have MC who are very hot headed but a bit thinker after all the drama they have passed during the series. Both female MC are much calmer than the MCs and are also a little tsundere about her likes and dislikes and everything they do (although, Kurisu is a lot more tsundere than Emilia ^^').
Also, the timetravel in Re:Zero remind me of Steins;Gate more than anything alse, the MC having more knowledge in every timeloop to make possible to overcome their difficulties. Both
Both have almost the same concept of time travel. A guy who travel to past to save his friends from death.
The idea is: if you liked Re:Zero, you might love Steins;Gate
Before you click away because you're thinking, 'this can't be an accurate recommendation', just hear me out. There's only one thing that these two have in common: redo parts of life to save the ones you love. It sometimes may seem impossible to keep on going, but keep trying and don't give up - this is the core message in both.
So if you like these kind of underlying messages (like I did), you won't regret watching them.
Compelling portrayals of despair and the growing feeling of madness and regret over one's actions repeated over a time loop. Also, both White Fox productions.
Both are time travel series.
Both have the concept of going back in time to save someone.
Hilarious protagonists that are total air heads XD
But there is a difference in the way that use to return the time back
in re zero he must die and return to chikpont its more like Game
but in steins:gate they Using scientific ways that are more realistic
Same studio. Both main characters have their hair slicked back. Time Travel. Good storytelling. Feels. Oh, did I mention that both main characters have their hair slicked back? Yeah, you should probably watch both.
They both talk about time travelling but still in a different way, both MC's have a really good character developement wich is one of the strongest points about these 2 animes.
Rather than being able to time-travel, Re:Zero gives Subaru(Main character) the ability to "reset" time up to a particular point as soon as he dies.
Similar to Steins;Gate, the main protagonists are both thrown in the dilemma of going through trials again and again to obtain the desired result. However, this journey of trying to get the best situation affects their character and drains them of their "Humanity" at some point.
Events will unfold as their journey continues.
Re:Zero kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu is probably the most popular anime released during the summer of 2016. From watching both Steins gate and Re:zero I've noticed how both the Main Characters go back in time some how to stop current events from happening. Steins Gate is by far the most confusing anime I've every seen, even episode 1 was very confusing, but everything makes sense when they explain it around the middle part of the series. If you are looking for romance in Steins Gate, then theres not that much at the beginning but there is quite a lot of romance towards the end. Steins
Arguably the best time travel story I have ever had the pleasure to watch, Steins;Gate offers the time traveling thriller story with genuinely interesting characters without using as much gore as portrayed in Re:Zero.
Very similar themes. Both anime are also produced by White Fox and are the assets are provided by FUNimation.
Both shows are about how time travel has consequences, and can cause emotional stress for the time traveler. Re:Zero has more fantasy than science, but if you want a show to give you similar feels to Steins;Gate, this is the show.
Steins;Gate and Re:Zero are both fantastic time-travel shows. They are similar in that:
- Both protagonists have the ability to travel back in time, which they use in an effort to save the ones they care for
- Both protagonists face serious hardships and grow as characters throughout the series
- Both series have a similar tone (hard to elaborate on this, but you'll understand after watching both series)
- Both created by the same studio (White Fox)
They do differ quite a bit though. Re:Zero's protagonist Subaru has been given the gift of time travel through death. He is mysteriously whisked away
Both have a return to previous area plot device. If you are into an anime that involves going back into time then you are in the right place.
Both share a high level of comedy and writing. But what really links these shows are the main characters. They start off with a (seemigly) happy MC surrounded by friends they care a lot for. Then said friends die. Again. And Again. And Again. Inability to change the past leads to worsening mental states as they begin fighting not only fate, but themselves as well. In Steins;Gate this only happens in the second half of the show; in Zero, it's the whole thing. If you liked Okabe's character deconstruction and are looking for something similar, then I highly recommend this show. Just beware, it's a
Very interesting takes on "time travel"