Are you a fan of electronic entertainment? Many types of video games are available, from simple rhythm and puzzle games for mobile devices to intense first-person shooters and sprawling fantasy epics. Is it possible to go out with her and become part of the games club? Keita Amano is asked to join the club by the school beauty and leader of the games club. Keita encounters a variety of gamers throughout the course of the series, each with their own unique set of gaming habits. There will be too many game references in the next romantic comedy!
Anime likeGamers! may be found in the following 10 series!
more than one way In most cases, the characters are members of a club that focuses on a particular pastime, such as video games. It is, nevertheless, a comedy full of humor and pleasure they all share in common.
1. Saekano: How to Raise a Boring Girlfriend (Saenai Heroine no Sodatekata)
Tomoya is a sucker for all things kawaii. He’s an anime enthusiast, and he wants to make a video game to share his enthusiasm with the rest of the world. When it comes to producing a video game, there are few individuals (I’m looking at you, developers ofUndertaleandStardew Valley) that can do it on their own. In Saekano, this is exactly what happens. Like the characters in inGamers!, they are brought together by a common interest in video games.
How to Raise a Boring Girlfriend: Saekano’s Guide In MANGA.TOKYO’s weekly Spring 2017 anime review, Flat was included. Our series review can be found here:
2. New Game!
Saekano has a lot more in common withGamers! than with New Game
However, it’s clear that they both have a deep affection for video games. Despite the fact that they all have characters that are passionate about video games, New Game! leans more on its comic gags and everyday scenarios. In spite of the exclamation mark, bothGamers!andNew Game! feature an unsurpassed charm. The film New Game!, which has an all-female ensemble, chronicles the story of a videogame company’s development staff.
During the summers of 2016 and 2017, we reviewed both seasons of New Game! on a weekly basis. You can check out our series reviews here:
It’s hard to believe that this anime has been on the air for more than a decade now. Gamer! shares many similarities with Gamer!, despite its age. As a college student, Kanji Sasahara is striving to find his place in the world in Genshiken. Genshiken (the Society for the Study of Modern Visual Culture) is an odd university club he eventually joins. The club’s mission is to spread awareness of otaku culture. In both shows, people with similar interests gather in clubs in search of a place to call home.
4. The World Only God Knows (Kami nomi zo Shiru Sekai)
When it comes to dating, the protagonist ofThe World Only God Knowscertainly counts dating simulations as real-life dating experience. With the help of a genuine female, Keima Katsuragi has to prove his mettle in the dating sim world by winning her heart. Gamers! both deal with video games, but it’s their romantic comedy parts that are the most similar between these two films.
With his three-person gang, InD-Frag, Kazama Kenji plans to take over his school. However, Roka Shibasaki and the Game Creation Club show to be more than a match, and they end up joining her group. A club and its members go through humorous ordeals in both anime comedy. There are a lot of video game references in both shows, and the characters don’t fit into the typical anime archetypes we find in comedic stories. D-Fragis one of those rare comedies that genuinely makes you chuckle..
6. Fastest Finger First (Nana Maru San Batsu)
Fastest Finger First, one of the most recent anime to make our list, gives a novel spin on the standard nightclub cliche. In the Quiz Study Group, we focus on the trivia that only comes in handy in a Quiz competition! The world of competitive quizzes exists, in case you didn’t know. That’s not the case for me either. The exploits of Shiki will appeal to fans of Gamer’s!, so have your buzzers ready.
7. This Art Club Has a Problem! (Kono Bijustubu ni Wa Mondai ga Aru)
Mizuki Usami adores her art club. The fact that she is the only one taking it seriously irks her, so she does everything in her power to spread the word. What do you get when you swap video games for art? A show very much like Gamers! In terms of school pranks, they have a lot in common with one other.
8. Magic of Stella (Mahou no Stella)
It is Tamaki Honda’s best friend Yumine who inspires her to be a better artist, and the two share a love of painting. When Tamaki runs upon a school club with the oddly nameddoujingame, she remembers how much fun it was to make simple board games for her friends to play. Joining the group will help her hone her drawing abilities and produce a video game that everyone will enjoy.
For those familiar with the source material, you know what to expect from Magic of Stella: random happenings revolving around an overly-emo band of friends making an adoujin video game.
Our weekly anime reviews for Fall 2016 included Magic of Stella. Our series review can be found here:
9. Haruka Nogizaka’s Secret (Nogizaka Haruka no Himitsu)
Haruka Nohizaka’s Secret, a romantic comedy with otaku themes, is all about embracing your passions. Haruka, on the other hand, is not. She simply aspires to be the finest in the world as a student at the renowned Hakujo Academy. Haruka is an otaku, as discovered by her classmate Yuuta one day in the library. Haruka, on the other hand, is going to do her best to conceal her love for video games.
10. And You Thought There is Never a Girl Online? (Netoge no Yome wa Onnanoko ja Nai to Omotta)
I must come clean with you about something. Hideki Nishimura, the protagonist of this anime, is someone I can identify with as a former World of Warcraft player. For him, the virtual world can be better than the real one at times. It’s a lot more exciting than anything he’ll face outside of the game. As a result, when Hideki goes to meet with his virtual buddies, he discovers that they are considerably different from the people that appear in their avatars on the internet.
People who loved Gamer’s!will enjoy this lighthearted comedy and excellent visual effects. I don’t think I’ve ever thought about the gender ratio in online games, as the title of the anime suggests.