Between an anime movie, a new collection Blu-ray set of the TV series and game Phenogram of Linear Restraint heading to the PlayStation 3/XBox 360, spring is going to be crowded with Steins;Gate excitement. Get a look at the latest art accompanying this after the jump.
Get ready to el psy congroo, because the Steins;Gate movie is coming to our timeline - so says the trailer. Now, after months of waiting and speculation, we know when we’ll do the time(line) warp again. Find out more after the jump.
Want to see the cast of Steins;Gate time travel the way we all do - one day at a time? Check out fan artwork of the gang ten years later after the jump.
The release of new Steins;Gate game Phenogram of Linear Restraint has been pinned down to a a date of April 25, 2013. Additionally, a nice bonus item has been announced. If you go for the limited edition of the XBox 360/PlayStation 3 visual novel, you'll get a Rintarou Okabe's “SG001″ phone. More after the jump.
Anime cosplay outfits and accessories seller Cospa has revealed its 10 best-selling ensembles for 2012. Maybe on account of her fifth birthday, Hatsune Miku topped the list at #1, while it's probably thanks to movies that Evangelion's school uniform returned to the list and Kenshin made it on. DBZ fans will be pleased to see that a representative snuck on. Get the full roster after the jump.
Xbox 360/PlayStation game Steins;Gate: Linear Bounded Phenogram hits Japan next spring with promise of exploring the time travel mystery from the perspective of the LaboMen. However, Famitsu has revealed two chapters/self-contained stories from the fringes of the main narrative. Get the details after the jump.
The long promised Steins;Gate movie, Fuka Ryoiki no déjà-vu, will be colliding with our timeline in Spring 2013 with an original story presenting a new conclusion to the time travel mystery. New magazine spreads have offered the latest look at the anime feature, while new promo items have been prepped for ticket purchase at anime goods retailer Gamers and at Comiket 83. Get a look after the jump.
With Comiket 83 looming at the end of the month, character designer Ryohei "Huke" Fuke (Metal Gear Solid, Black Rock Shooter) has posted a "Kurisu and used PC's" preview illustration from Steins;Gate Visual Works 2. Meanwhile, Steins;Gate merchandise is starting to pick up steam again in anticipation of next year's anime movie. Check it out after the jump.
One can easily imagine that it's a character cosplaying and not an actual mahou shoujo, but character designer Ryohei "Huke" Fuke (Metal Gear Solid, Black Rock Shooter) has tweeted a must see meeting of Steins;Gate's Daru and Madoka Magica's Mami. Check it out after the jump.
One great thing about the original Steins;Gate story was that it was a largely closed system, largely working with a well defined set of characters. The story is being continued this in novel/audio drama Steins; Gate: Heijikyokusen (Closed Curves) no Epigraphin this month, then Eigoukaigi (Eternal Recurrence) no Pandora this winter. Today we learn that these will introduce one of rare, hitherto missing pieces in the SG loop. See who after the jump.
A whole bunch of Steins;Gate announcements and goodies came out of this weekend's Live 5pb. 2012 event. There's a new Blu-ray/DVD box set of the TV series with new Huke art work due March 27th. There's a new Steins;Gate: Linear Bounded Phenogram game hitting PS3 and 360 next spring. And, there's a new trailer for the Steins;Gate Fuka Ryoiki no déjà-vu anime movie. Get a look after the jump.
The footage isn't too shockingly new, and the music is a bit familiar too, but hey, it's exciting just to get a first promo for Spring 2013's long promised Steins;Gate Fuka Ryoiki no déjà-vu. Get a look after the jump.