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 »
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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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After watching the fantastic series, I immediately wanted to see this movie. And if you're familiar with the story and the concepts and the characters, you are likely to enjoy this. But I'm not convinced this can stand on its own; I think it would not be as much fun as someone's first introduction to the world of Steins Gate.
In the context of the series it's quite good, although it does wander even further away from sci-fi than the series. The series was a sci-fi movie that had elements that weren't very scientific, such as it's approach to fate and the main character's odd time-related perception. The movie focuses entirely on these elements, so that ultimately it's closer to fantasy than sci-fi.
But as with the series, it's entertaining and amusing, with some very moving scenes. If you're a fan of the series you don't want to miss it. If you haven't seen the series, go watch it.
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