STEINS;GATE

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  • Anime Review: Steins;Gate
    I have just finished watching Steins;Gate. I have started it since 2013, but I was delaying to continue watching it over and over because of the slow timeline that I thought the anime had. But now, I regret every delayed minute, and I do not regret any second of me watching the series. The deepness it has cannot be determined, and it is totally my type. The anime's timeline is not slow, rather ...
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  • Time Travel ain't nothing to this...
    Steins; Gate, this is what separates cartoons from anime. This is one for the books ladies and gentleman.When you watch Steins;Gate, you will laugh, cry, be frustrated, become confused and much much more. Steins; Gate is an anime that stands on its own pedal stool and delivers what you expect from it and more . With such a hard plot line to work with, White Wolf (the company that adapted Steins; ...
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  • Just, simply amazing.
    Steins;gate is simply put amazing. The story begins small and normal: a sort of pretend-mad scientist by the alias El Psy Congroo, real name Rintaro Okabe, attends a council on a concept of time travel, and points out that the professor is a phony just copying the 'John Titor' story. But almost in a flash, everything changes when Rintaro finds a certain girl with red hair on the floor ...
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  • The Seeds of what was, and will be.
    ----------- NOTE: Watch this anime in ENGLISH DUB, the characters are protrayed in a better way than the Direct Translation Format the SUB portrays.

    With so many new anime works in action, so many different styles being played, it is hard to find the shows that really get to you on more than one level. I myself have seen many anime in my life. so much so that i can usually ...
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  • Time travel meets mad science and intrigue
    Incredibly clever and complex, Steins;Gate is a story about a mad scientist named Okabe Rintarou. This show not only takes an interesting look at different forms of time travel, but also love. No one expects the mad scientist to not only be courageous and selfless, but also a bit soft. The show begins with Okabe attempting to create a time machine, but slowly unveils as the consequences of his ...
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  • One of the Anime Greats
    This anime is the only one that has brought me so deeply into the story that I have obsessively search for more content. It is simply that good.

    You will fall in love with the characters and watch episode after episode just to see the progress being made. The pacing of a the complex, yet understandable story is superb and the build-up of the romance is perfect. Its just one of the greatest ...
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  • 1 out of 1 people found this review helpful:
    Steins; Gate Light Review (Spoiler-Free)
    College student and self-proclaimed MAD SCIENTIST Okabe Rintaro accidentally creates a time machine along with his friends. Little does he know about the repercussions of this act, and the effect it will have on his future.

    Steins;Gate is a rare series based around time travel. The key phrase there is "based around". There are plenty of series that include time-travel in some way, or about ...
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  • 2 out of 2 people found this review helpful:
    Time is not on Your Side
    Steins;Gate takes place in the present day, where Japanese "mad scientist" Houhouin Kyouma is trying to develop a time machine by sticking a cell phone to a microwave. The crazy thing? With a bit of help from a girl who actually understands quantum physics, Maikse Krissu, it ends up working. The anime then follows the adventures of Hououin (real name Okabe Rintarou) and the rest of his "lab ...
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  • Mayuri Mayuri Mayuri
    is the greatest character of all time. Tu Tu RUUUUUU. But seriously, incredibly powerful series with great character development where you eventually expect it but coming about in ways that surpass the obvious and even the subtle. Cool premises. Sick twists and moral gutchecks. Best character ever.
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  • Recommended for any persons anime repertoire.
    Steins;Gate is one of the best animes I've seen. The plot and characters are built up well and not any loose ends that I can come up with.

    This anime will leave you in question after every episode, making me wonder how fans who watched this while it was airing week-by-week, stood the wait. I started watching one night and just couldn't stop. It's morning now, I've finally finished and am now ...
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