@effect So, after completely making you shut up in chat, this is what you have to tell me right now? That my arguments have "no power here", which I frankly do not understand. You mean just to tell me that when you couldn't even come up with a reply for me in chat it was because I had power while in here, I simply don't have the power to argue?
Let's just discuss this then on here:
Nisekoi's story doesn't resemble that of Toradora in the least, and that is quite simple:
Toradora is about two people, who both happen to be friends with each other's crushes. So, what do they do? They decide to help each other out so everyone is happy. Gradually, they start falling for each other and before you know it, they distance themselves away from one another because they feel as though they would be betraying their friends, And after a lot of fights here and there, a lot of heart breaking, their friends come to realize that they are perfect to one another, as well as these two.
Now, tell me just how Nisekoi resembles that? I happen to remember you saying stuff about how "Toradora's love is the same because they both think they love a girl, then they end up with a tsundere". So you'd compare two different romantic anime shows in terms of plot points with something this broad, instead of going into detail? Happens to be the case of most anime if that was it. So, what does this leave us? Oh yeah, letting you in for how similar anime in the same system goes:
Basically, if you talk about Love Hina and how it is the same love as Nisekoi, then you would be correct to a degree. Sure, there is no arranged love or anything in Love Hina, but the story is as follows, the protagonist makes a promise with his childhood friend as a child, grows up trying to fulfill and find her, forgets how she looks or who she is and along the way he doesn't notice it's the Tsundere he's forced to be with the entire time until the end, while also having a side character that is thought of as the girl of his childhood dreams. That's kind of not specific, but isn't that a more similar description for Nisekoi's love story?
So now tell me, anything else you would like to say, I hope it's a reply with a case and basis, or anything showing a bit sign of intelligence.