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Steins;Gate 0

Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Steins Gate Zero
Japanese: シュタインズ・ゲート ゼロ


Type: TV
Episodes: 23
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Apr 12, 2018 to Sep 27, 2018
Premiered: Spring 2018
Broadcast: Thursdays at 01:35 (JST)
Licensors: Funimation
Studios: White Fox
Source: Visual novel
Genres: Sci-Fi, Thriller
Duration: 23 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older


Score: 8.561 (scored by 140,892 users)
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Ranked: #822
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Popularity: #194
Members: 400,411
Favorites: 6,074
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The eccentric, self-proclaimed mad scientist Rintarou Okabe has become a shell of his former self. Depressed and traumatized after failing to rescue his friend Makise Kurisu, he has decided to forsake his mad scientist alter ego and live as an ordinary college student. Surrounded by friends who know little of his time travel experiences, Okabe spends his days trying to forget the horrors of his adventures alone.

While working as a receptionist at a college technology forum, Okabe meets the short, spunky Maho Hiyajo, who
later turns out to be the interpreter at the forum's presentation, conducted by Professor Alexis Leskinen. In front of a stunned crowd, Alexis and Maho unveil Amadeus—a revolutionary AI capable of storing a person's memories and creating a perfect simulation of that person complete with their personality and quirks. Meeting with Maho and Alexis after the presentation, Okabe learns that the two were Kurisu's colleagues in university, and that they have simulated her in Amadeus. Hired by Alexis to research the simulation's behavior, Okabe is given the chance to interact with the shadow of a long-lost dear friend. Dangerously tangled in the past, Okabe must face the harsh reality and carefully maneuver around the disastrous consequences that come with disturbing the natural flow of time.

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Characters & Voice Actors


Kawamura, Kenichi
Director, Episode Director
Yamaguchi, Takayuki
Sound Director
Tsuchiya, Hiroyuki
Episode Director
Koga, Kazuomi
Episode Director

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"Fatima (ファティマ)" by Kanako Itou (eps 2-20)

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#1: "LAST GAME" by Zwei (eps 2-7, 9-13)
#2: "World-Line" by Asami Imai (eps 14-17, 19-20)

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Sep 26, 2018
Williem (All reviews)
Time is the whole series when the process, action, or situation is in place or takes place. In this case, the time scale is the interval between two states / events, or it can be the duration of an event.

when we are traveling or sleeping we don't know what happened to the situation out there in other words if we pull out a hair what happens to our head? it doesn't have much effect on us to imagine when a piece of hair gets pulled one by one over a long period of time what happens? of course we will feel the impact of a read more
Sep 26, 2018
XHellLyterX (All reviews)
What happens when the hero fails to save the day and just gives up?
According to Steins;Gate 0, he spirals into a state of complete depression and despair, becoming a shell of his former self.

Steins;Gate 0 is an alternate future where protagonist Okabe Rintarou fails to save Makise Kurisu. It’s sort of a “what if” story that shows what would happen if Okabe gave up on trying to reach the sacred Steins;Gate world line in which everyone is happy and there’s no apocalypse in the near future. To put it bluntly, S;G0 blew me away. It’s been quite a long time since I’ve been so read more
Sep 26, 2018
Zaber_san (All reviews)

Back in 2011, we were stunned by the hit-anime named "Steins;Gate" with its unique story-telling of Sci-Fi, which is time-travel in the anime industry. The industry doesn't have many anime that focuses on time-travel conflicts. So far, the only time-travel anime I've watched were Steins;Gate and ERASED, which both made me amused, excited and thrilled on their unique, individual scenes. Now, this Spring 2018, we were hitted by nostalgia with the return of the Steins;Gate franchise although, instead of it having a sequel, we get a "midquel" of the original Steins Gate. Thus, we get read more
Sep 26, 2018
yMorgoth (All reviews)
''The way I see it, this world exists because of a choice Kurisu made. I must protect that choice. That is this world’s law. In reliving time, I learned one thing… That certain events converge as if orchestrated by God. Trying to change them… it’s challenging God. And God does not tolerate human arrogance. '' Okabe Rintaro

''This vague, ominous feeling… It’s like living in a nightmare where I know all the bad things to come. Where the world enjoys to rub in the guilt of my unspeakeable sin. This inescapable despair... Slowly becomes a downward spiral... '' Okabe Rintaro

Steins;Gate 0 is the bleak reality of read more


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