STEINS;GATE

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4.8
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  • 27 out of 29 people found this review helpful:
    Episode One: Jelly Bananas and Texting
    Disclaimer: Please note that my reviews are in NO WAY super descriptive or SUPER AWESOME WRITING written. If you want something that will spoil the whole episode for you or you want to re-watch the episode by reading it, find another site.
    Also, I've read the visual novel as well, please forgive me for any spoilers that may occur within.

    And here we go. The universe has a ...
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  • 2 out of 46 people found this review helpful:
    Please deliver for me!
    So this is the 5th episode and yet not much seems to be going on. I gave the storyline a higher rating because I think the story is good but I really don't care much of the characters. They are all very much one-dimensional and although some seem to have mysteries behind them, I'm almost losing interest to what they are as the story is moving along at such a snail's pace. The first episode was ...
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  • 29 out of 31 people found this review helpful:
    Best Anime in Recent Years! This could become a movie!
    This anime is certainly the best anime I've ever watched in the last 2 years. There are many plot twists and unpredictable events occurring.

    It is a sci-fi anime, about a scientist and his lab members that invented the time machine.

    I gave this anime all 5 stars because it's not draggy at all, the characters are fun and they have different accents (kudos to their seiyuu), add to that a ...
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  • 5 out of 5 people found this review helpful:
    Excellent Sci-Fi Anime!
    Steins; Gate is a recent new Sci-fi anime that involves Okabe Rintarou, who claims himself to be a MAADD SCIENTISTTO, fighting against this imaginary organization that he created. With his crazy time machine creations, he rewinds the clock, getting closer and closer to create an actually time machine. However, little does he know that his destiny will lead him to fighting an actually organization ...
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  • 2 out of 2 people found this review helpful:
    A Very Enjoyable Sci-Fi Series
    Altogether an excellent compilation of mystery, humor, and action (that comes later). Steins;Gate took me off guard with just how interesting. The show can easily be compared to the movie, The Butterfly Effect, although there are two differences. Unlike the Butterfly Effect, Steins;Gate didn't have one of the world's dumbest actors as the lead and it didn't completely suck. I was very ...
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  • 2 out of 2 people found this review helpful:
    Time Travel and Bananas?
    Steins;Gate is a very interesting anime in the sense of that it's a rather great contrast against what i usually watch and i love the great humor put into the series. The sense of figuring out the secrets of time travel by turning a banana into gel, and that no-one really believes that it's truly possible or has even happened for real is just great

    (trying not to spoil everything here so if ...
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  • 6 out of 6 people found this review helpful:
    This Is Science And Dr.Pepper
    So what the hell is a Stein's Gate?? Well let's just say you will need to drink a lot of Dr.Pepper to figure this one out. Like most anime in this day and age It's adaption based off of a visual novel developed by 5pb and Nitroplus that our came out for the Xbox 360 on October 15th 2009. A PC version did come out a year later on August 26, 2010, which I am happy to announce, is getting a fan ...
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  • 3 out of 3 people found this review helpful:
    PLEASE...for your own sake...just hang in there!
    I know how this review is going to make you feel. How many times have you heard this before, after all?;

    "at first it didn't make sense, but once you get to episode number herpderp it gets really good!"

    No, for reals, it's true about this one! I've never been more excited about an anime before, and I've watched some really heavy hitters. This show starts out making NO sense. The ...
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  • 1 out of 1 people found this review helpful:
    One of the best shows out there
    It starts out really confusing, but eventually it all comes together. It has time travel, romance, tragedy, comedy, great characters and shocking plot twists. Get through the first few episodes and you will be hooked.
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  • 3 out of 3 people found this review helpful:
    Splendidly animated, shocking, stirring, funny. Oh, and trust me: You're gonna cry at some point.
    This show makes Haruhi Suzumia look sequential and perfectly ordered.
    Basic plot is the main character (the self proclaimed mad-scientist, though the reason he started calling himself that is almost heartwrenchingly touching in itself) and his friend (of the Future Gadget Laboratory) accidentally create a time travelling microwave (name subject to change) that can send messages and later even ...
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