5. Mondaiji-tachi ga Isekai kara Kuru Sou Desu yo? (Problem children are coming from another world, aren’t they?)
Synopsis/Plot Summary: Little Garden, a parallel world, where we find our adventurers taking part in “Gift Games.” These prizes are to be granted to the respectable winners. Our adventurers’ purpose in this parallel world is to reclaim a clan’s former status. Izayoi Sakamaki, and his adorable teammates, Asuka Kudou, and You Kasukabe, are capable of psychic powers and find themselves in a world where they are to help a certain clan reclaim their honor. From being incredibly hilarious to genuinely being very entertaining, find out how our gifted characters act in this 10-episode series. Within these two series, we have a parallel world in each and there is that familiar comedic and fun atmosphere of our crazy characters. Both anime presents an enemy by the name of Demon Lord/King. In both shows, our adventurers are off to complete various quests to make a name for themselves in this new world.
6. No Game No Life
Synopsis/Plot Summary: Once again, Studio Madhouse is responsible for another outstanding piece, No Game No Life. Our story follows our fellow shut-in NEET siblings, Sora and Shiro, who are well-known in the online gaming world as “Kuuhaku.” Disboard, a world where aspects of humanity’s existence are decided by games, is the world our two NEET siblings are plunged into, due to winning one game sent by a mysterious god. In this world, each respective party of any game played must wager something of equal value to the other party’s wager. Find out if our sibling duo will become the next king in this epic series, or succumb to the mysterious god’s will. Our protagonists are both sent to another world, are adept to playing video games, and are both able to acclimate to their current situation faster than most. KonoSuba tends to be more satirical with constant humorous scenes that take us by surprise. No Game No Life forms dramatic plot twists which take us by surprise every chance they can be used.