After the events of the anime, Rintarou begins to feel the repercussions of extensive time travel, and eventually completely fades from reality. Kurisu, being the only companion to remember him, now must find a way to bring him back.
An alternate ending to Steins;Gate that leads with the eccentric mad scientist Okabe, struggling to recover from a failed attempt at rescuing Kurisu. He decides to give up and abandons his ... See full summary »
J. Michael Tatum,
Shortly after being summoned to a new world, Subaru Natsuki and his new female companion are brutally murdered. But then he awakes to find himself in the same alley, with the same thugs, the same girl, and the day begins to repeat.
In this sequel to Psycho-Pass TV show, Inspector Tsunemori is sent to a neighboring war-torn nation, where the Sibyl System is being introduced as an experiment, to find Shinya Kogami, her former enforcer who went rogue three years ago.
Z. Charles Bolton
Believing in humanity and order, policewoman Akane Tsunemori obeys the ruling, computerized, precognitive Sibyl System. But when she faces a criminal mastermind who can elude this "perfect" system, she questions both Sibyl and herself.
17-year-old Shinichi Izumi is partially infected by a Parasyte; monsters that butcher and consume humans. He must learn to co-exist with the creature if he is to survive both the life of a Parasyte and human, as part monster, part person.
The film starts a year after the events of the anime series. After moving through different 'World Lines', Rintarou finally has reached the ideal one, the Steins Gate world line. However, the constant time traveling he has gone through in search of Steins Gate build some side effects to him, which will eventually cause him to...Written by
Time-leap machines and time machines should never be built! Even if you can figure out how to do it, you should never ever build one!
If I don't do something, you'll vanish. You will never have existed... I have no choice but to change the past!
And what if you fail? What if it doesn't go well? The answer is simple. You do it again. You keep going back to the past until you succeed. As long as they have the means to go back in time, that's what people will do.
But it'll only increase the ...
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I loved the anime to Steins Gate, It's one of my all time favorite's and has touched me in so many ways. I loved it's storyline, characters, humor, drama, voice acting/writing and overall presentation. This film takes place after the series and it's a great way to end it all. The story in this film is emotional and has everything you expect from the series, the music/animation is great, the characters are wonderful and it's a must see for those that loved the anime like I did. It's not as good as the anime but I loved it from start to end. If you have seen the series you owe it to yourself to see this.
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