STUDIO and Jiro Nakajima, and Published by5pb. Okabe has one final chance to travel back in time, set everything right, and save the girl he never even got to love. and Nitroplus.It follows a self-proclaimed mad scientist named Rintarō Okabe who, along with his friends, invents a microwave that can send text messages into the past, leading to him discovering that he retains his memory between alternate timelines. The consequences are bad either way, but Okabe is forced to decide. Without further ado: The universe has a beginning, but no end. —Infinite. steins;gate All Discussions Screenshots Artwork Broadcasts Videos News Guides Reviews All Discussions Screenshots Artwork Broadcasts Videos News Guides Reviews Kurisu phone call after Mayuri death, Gate of Steiner themed realization about dmail deletion, the deletion itself in both OG and 0, and PTSD from 0 parts, including monologue outbreak. It's time to decide: should the lab undo the last D-Mail? Since Kurisu was lying on the floor in cold blood, Okabe would still think she is dead (even though she is just unconscious while lying on Okabe's cold blood). "LAST GAME"is the ending theme song of Steins;Gate 0 anime series, used from episode 2 onwards. He would text Daru and then be transferred to a (beta-like) world line. Steins;Gate is a considerably more complicated affair than most other visual novels. And on funny note, I happen to be a genius part is also awesome. quote from the original Steins;Gate. He's then forced to punch her in the face to get her phone, and she violently panics, pleading for him to return it (hitting things, yelling loudly, throwing stuff at him, etc. Watch Steins;Gate Episode 22 Online at Anime-Planet. He let’s go of his relationship with Kurisu and manages to achieve the Steins;Gate WorldLine. It’s equally bitter and sweet, promising plenty of potential for the future, but leaving it undisclosed. Recordsand distributed … The (Steins;Gate) world line is exactly the same from (alpha) except for one thing: Kurisu is alive. ). I decided to try and (re)translate the scene, redoing the translation for the parts identical to that of the original S;G, while also translating the new bit (the final two lines). Though, i'd say 8 ep scene with sun rays is best in that regard. Divergence Singularity (断層のダイバージェンス, Dansō no Daibājensu, lit., "Divergence of Discrepancies") is the seventh episode of the anime adaptation of the visual novel Steins;Gate.. This largely stems from its core gameplay mechanic: the "Phone Trigger" system. Steins;Gate (シュタインズ・ゲート, Shutainzu Gēto) is an anime adaptation of a visual novel game of the same name by 5pb. That last scene, with Okabe walking past Kurisu as some of her memories flood back to her, is such a beautiful tearjerker of a conclusion. This Category page lists the characters featured in the Steins;Gate series. Recording & Mixing done by DAIKANYAMA MAGES. It was composed and written by Chiyomaru Shikura and arranged with guitar & programmingby Shinichi Yuuki, with vocals by Zwei andvocal direction by Takefumi Kanaya. "The Prologue Begins With the End"(終わりと始まりのプロローグ, Owari to Hajimari no Purorōgu), also known as "Achievement Point," is the twenty fourth episode of the anime adaptation of the visualnovel Steins;Gate. A man and woman get into a scuffle, wherein the man tries to steal her phone.