I’m The Villainess, So I’m Taming the Final Boss follows the same isekai troupe: our main character got reincarnated into another world with memories of their past. This time though, our villainess gained her memories later on during an important event in the game involving the main heroine and the crown prince. Realizing that she’s doomed from the start after gaining her memories, she decides to marry the game’s final boss.
If you have watched My Next Life As A Villainess, All Routes Lead to Doom; you could find similarities between the two at the beginning of the first episode. After that, you can spot the difference between the two anime. In the first episode, we can already see the Villainess troupe come into play: the villainess remembers her past life, finds that she became a Villainess in a world similar to a game she played, and wants to stop getting into the bad ending. The one noticeable difference you can see at the beginning of the series is how and when she remembers her past life. Not only that, it already sets the premise of the anime, but it also brings out an interesting perspective about the villainess.
Another difference is how and what the villainess would do to reach her goals. The goals are the same as any other villainess works; how and what the villainess would do to achieve those goals sets this anime apart from other villainess anime. Villianess’s choice to try to get married to the game’s final boss made it an exciting story to tell. Not to mention the comedic situations and interactions she has with the final boss made this anime enjoyable to watch.