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Aug 24, 2018 8:11 AM

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Its episode 13 of original S;G all over again in that regard. How could Okabe escape despite being blocked by Moeka's car, her saying she got him, being surrounded by rounders and still make a time-leap again in the very next scene without an how.

The major difference is that you should know by now, that Okabe's death converges to 2025 so he will survive no matter what. So its the easiest to think that that he got the same way back. In this case the explanation on how is even easier as WW3 still occurs, so its easy to see Leskinen being distracted in gunfire with DURPA again.
That's fair, but I think a scene for a few seconds where another helicopter swooped in guns blazing would have saved the confusion a little.

Ironically, the major difference of not knowing what's going on is that I was pretty disorientated and shocked during the first season, which really helped me have more suspension of disbelief then.

Technically the anime had much better material to work with to transition into next episode from another ending of the VN, which would further highlight the whole "Okabe cant die till 2025, but isnt protected either for other stuff happening to him" aspect. But the VN didnt use that part either in that context for the transition, so its not really the anime's fault to make the transition via an anime original broken loop, it can be quite an interesting new perspective on it, while showing the loop itself like original 13 was just pointless content imo. Not going further into detail as it will need at least an surface level explanation in next episode.

Overall a lot of anime onlies seem to like the pointless loop despite knowing convergence is in place for the time machine and it managed to feel like original S;G for the more nostalgic crowd, so its fine they didnt spend more ressources on this pointless scene. But yeah it makes sense, why you also others accepted original S;G anime's faults more and why the anime uses this an kind of nostalgic callback while transitioning into the next part. Just making the point why the anime brushed through this aspect, even if i dont like the skipped-through pointless loops myself.
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Aug 24, 2018 8:25 AM

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As for the latest episode, Okabe's motivation came back to use the time leap machine again. Okabe using the time leap macgine means Suzuha and Mayuri really did get killed. Is Okabe gonna have an infinite loop of going to the past again and again?
And if Mayuri successfully convinced the past Okabe to find the Steins;Gate it's possible that he can save both Mayuri and Kurisu this time.
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Aug 24, 2018 1:07 PM

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This show has so many plot holes. How is this scored high?





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Aug 24, 2018 2:37 PM
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This show has so many plot holes. How is this scored high?


Because of fanboys. This anime is only riding on the shoulder of the successful Steins;Gate, if this anime had a different name it would have a much lower score.
 
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Aug 24, 2018 5:08 PM

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Kirsikkamoon said:
Since I read the VN I am getting really excited for Hououin Kyouma's revival.
That scene is so epic and the music that plays is so good!

well i got spoiled this already
but isn't this considered as a spoiler and you should delete it?
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Aug 25, 2018 12:14 AM

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sanlei said:

Overall a lot of anime onlies seem to like the pointless loop despite knowing convergence is in place for the time machine and it managed to feel like original S;G for the more nostalgic crowd, so its fine they didnt spend more ressources on this pointless scene.

Still, they made this loop better and more entertaining than the boring episodes earlier that I suppose were there to develop characters, but I cannot say I have gained any deep psychological insight about them in those past episodes, especially for characters like ‘I am another anime girl with a sad backstory, number 32617834962378956912378534789, please feel sorry for me’ Kagari or ‘let’s repeat the same damn comment about Maho liking Okabe again that is not funny and delivers absolutely nothing’ Leskinen.

Maho is the best of the new characters, because she has a connection to Kirisu, so it is one of the rare examples of a show where a girl has more to her than a relationship with the main guy. But frankly speaking, having fairly well developed relationships to two people is not super deep characterization either.

I understand however, how compared with other shows that don’t bother even to do this much the show looks deep and psychological to some people.

If anyone asks me, the creators may have done a much better job with Okabe’s development while keeping the journey through world-lines that many fans seem to like intact. Just make Okabe initially switch world-lines against his own will like in episode 8, because Russians are experimenting with the time machine and make Okabe gain a new perspective on the situation and his feelings during this journey. If well executed, it would be at least much more interesting than staying in one world-line and seeing Okabe moping around for the majority of the series.
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Aug 25, 2018 12:44 AM

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I just can't understand how Okabe come through all this soliders.
 
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Lain666 said:
sanlei said:

Overall a lot of anime onlies seem to like the pointless loop despite knowing convergence is in place for the time machine and it managed to feel like original S;G for the more nostalgic crowd, so its fine they didnt spend more ressources on this pointless scene.

Still, they made this loop better and more entertaining than the boring episodes earlier that I suppose were there to develop characters, but I cannot say I have gained any deep psychological insight about them in those past episodes, especially for characters like ‘I am another anime girl with a sad backstory, number 32617834962378956912378534789, please feel sorry for me’ Kagari or ‘let’s repeat the same damn comment about Maho liking Okabe again that is not funny and delivers absolutely nothing’ Leskinen.

Maho is the best of the new characters, because she has a connection to Kirisu, so it is one of the rare examples of a show where a girl has more to her than a relationship with the main guy. But frankly speaking, having fairly well developed relationships to two people is not super deep characterization either.

I understand however, how compared with other shows that don’t bother even to do this much the show looks deep and psychological to some people.

If anyone asks me, the creators may have done a much better job with Okabe’s development while keeping the journey through world-lines that many fans seem to like intact. Just make Okabe initially switch world-lines against his own will like in episode 8, because Russians are experimenting with the time machine and make Okabe gain a new perspective on the situation and his feelings during this journey. If well executed, it would be at least much more interesting than staying in one world-line and seeing Okabe moping around for the majority of the series.


This!!!, I totally agree with your comment, one of the best comment in this thread regarding the failures of this anime so far.

Another thing that irks me is that Amadeus role has been so insignificant in these 19 episodes that you could remove Amadeus entirely and this anime will remain the same. This anime is obviously not about time travel like the OG was, this is about Artificial Intelligence and in this aspect this anime failed hard because in these 19 episodes Amadeus was absent for most of the show.

So I'm going to obviously blame the new director (who did a poor job in the majority of the episodes) and the source material which apparently wasn't that good to begin with either.
 
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Lain666 said:
sanlei said:

Overall a lot of anime onlies seem to like the pointless loop despite knowing convergence is in place for the time machine and it managed to feel like original S;G for the more nostalgic crowd, so its fine they didnt spend more ressources on this pointless scene.

Still, they made this loop better and more entertaining than the boring episodes earlier that I suppose were there to develop characters, but I cannot say I have gained any deep psychological insight about them in those past episodes, especially for characters like ‘I am another anime girl with a sad backstory, number 32617834962378956912378534789, please feel sorry for me’ Kagari or ‘let’s repeat the same damn comment about Maho liking Okabe again that is not funny and delivers absolutely nothing’ Leskinen.

Maho is the best of the new characters, because she has a connection to Kirisu, so it is one of the rare examples of a show where a girl has more to her than a relationship with the main guy. But frankly speaking, having fairly well developed relationships to two people is not super deep characterization either.

I understand however, how compared with other shows that don’t bother even to do this much the show looks deep and psychological to some people.

If anyone asks me, the creators may have done a much better job with Okabe’s development while keeping the journey through world-lines that many fans seem to like intact. Just make Okabe initially switch world-lines against his own will like in episode 8, because Russians are experimenting with the time machine and make Okabe gain a new perspective on the situation and his feelings during this journey. If well executed, it would be at least much more interesting than staying in one world-line and seeing Okabe moping around for the majority of the series.

Nah, they had much better stuff to use for as an transition into the next scene but decided against it, as everyone seems to rather want the timeloop aspect back.
I dont see how a loop with 1 liners "Professor Reyes?!" "Kagari?!" "Fire!" and repeated aspects is great.
Its literally half the episode spending time on a summary what happened in 18 even to the point of Okabe wondering if its due to convergence despite Leskinen making it clear in 18.

Anime Onlies just dont wanna bother with the story and see Okabe in a loop like original S;G. Its that simple.

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Lain666 said:

Still, they made this loop better and more entertaining than the boring episodes earlier that I suppose were there to develop characters, but I cannot say I have gained any deep psychological insight about them in those past episodes, especially for characters like ‘I am another anime girl with a sad backstory, number 32617834962378956912378534789, please feel sorry for me’ Kagari or ‘let’s repeat the same damn comment about Maho liking Okabe again that is not funny and delivers absolutely nothing’ Leskinen.

Maho is the best of the new characters, because she has a connection to Kirisu, so it is one of the rare examples of a show where a girl has more to her than a relationship with the main guy. But frankly speaking, having fairly well developed relationships to two people is not super deep characterization either.

I understand however, how compared with other shows that don’t bother even to do this much the show looks deep and psychological to some people.

If anyone asks me, the creators may have done a much better job with Okabe’s development while keeping the journey through world-lines that many fans seem to like intact. Just make Okabe initially switch world-lines against his own will like in episode 8, because Russians are experimenting with the time machine and make Okabe gain a new perspective on the situation and his feelings during this journey. If well executed, it would be at least much more interesting than staying in one world-line and seeing Okabe moping around for the majority of the series.


This!!!, I totally agree with your comment, one of the best comment in this thread regarding the failures of this anime so far.

Another thing that irks me is that Amadeus role has been so insignificant in these 19 episodes that you could remove Amadeus entirely and this anime will remain the same. This anime is obviously not about time travel like the OG was, this is about Artificial Intelligence and in this aspect this anime failed hard because in these 19 episodes Amadeus was absent for most of the show.

So I'm going to obviously blame the new director (who did a poor job in the majority of the episodes) and the source material which apparently wasn't that good to begin with either.

Amadeus isnt even direct part of 1 of the 2 mainroutes in 0. The worldline shift in episode 8 originally would cause in a worldline with the Amadeus project on hold, the anime omitted this part as this new worldline would conflict with it as they mix both mainroutes to form a linear story in a new worldline to complement 0.

So how is this about Artificial Intelligence without an Artificial Intelligence created in the first place?
Amadeus isnt just used for the AI aspect, but rather the Brain Science aspect. And guess what the next episode will be about? Brain Science.

- ability to dump data from humans to make virutal copies of human data (Maho & Kurisu)
- ability to read data from humans (Kurisu's memories about time travel)
- ability to understand how the brain works (Fubuki)
- ability to use data from humans to create AIs (Amadeus System aka Amadeus [Kurisu] and Amadeus [Maho] used as examples)
- ability to write data into humans (Kagari)
- ability to transfer data across time via humans without relying on Reading Steiner (Leskinen)
- ability to manipulate the brain to break human limits (Kagari)

and one very important aspect i cant mention as it would be spoiler for next episode which will be again partly about Brain Science. Which is why you also see an brain in the 2nd opening of 0.

And guess what the time-leap does? It transfers data across time, shocking right that one of the major themes of original S;G uses Brain Science to make time-leaps possible.

And guess what makes Okabe special? Right his Reading Steiner which is part of his brain being immune to the rewriting of wordlines. Which leads again to the aspect of Brain Science.

But all that is still used to rather dive deeper into the themes of original S;G, instead of creating an entirely story about this aspect like original S;G did about timetravel. So i cant say that 0 is about Brain Science either just cause its an integral part as it still deals with other timetravel aspects like paradoxes and breaking convergences or what happens with failed timetraveling. As its still the story about creating S;G, while exploring the beta wordline and how the characters deal with it.
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sanlei said:
Lain666 said:

Still, they made this loop better and more entertaining than the boring episodes earlier that I suppose were there to develop characters, but I cannot say I have gained any deep psychological insight about them in those past episodes, especially for characters like ‘I am another anime girl with a sad backstory, number 32617834962378956912378534789, please feel sorry for me’ Kagari or ‘let’s repeat the same damn comment about Maho liking Okabe again that is not funny and delivers absolutely nothing’ Leskinen.

Maho is the best of the new characters, because she has a connection to Kirisu, so it is one of the rare examples of a show where a girl has more to her than a relationship with the main guy. But frankly speaking, having fairly well developed relationships to two people is not super deep characterization either.

I understand however, how compared with other shows that don’t bother even to do this much the show looks deep and psychological to some people.

If anyone asks me, the creators may have done a much better job with Okabe’s development while keeping the journey through world-lines that many fans seem to like intact. Just make Okabe initially switch world-lines against his own will like in episode 8, because Russians are experimenting with the time machine and make Okabe gain a new perspective on the situation and his feelings during this journey. If well executed, it would be at least much more interesting than staying in one world-line and seeing Okabe moping around for the majority of the series.

Nah, they had much better stuff to use for as an transition into the next scene but decided against it, as everyone seems to rather want the timeloop aspect back.
I dont see how a loop with 1 liners "Professor Reyes?!" "Kagari?!" "Fire!" and repeated aspects is great.
Its literally half the episode spending time on a summary what happened in 18 even to the point of Okabe wondering if its due to convergence despite Leskinen making it clear in 18.

I have never said that this episode is ideal and perfect. I only said that compared with the majority of episodes that came before it was better and more entertaining.
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I really don't get where they are going now... I get they wanted to go with linear route, but they changed so much that they have hit on a wall. I really don't know why they wanted to change the VN SO much. I was waiting for THAT scene to happen... and BAM second time time machine getting rekt. Now it seems they are going for
which sure can make sense one way or another, but come on...
 
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sanlei said:
Its literally half the episode spending time on a summary what happened in 18 even to the point of Okabe wondering if its due to convergence despite Leskinen making it clear in 18.


But it's not. The time machine getting destroyed is not a convergence point. Whether the time machine gets destroyed or not doesn't affect Beta WLs absolute convergence point (WW3 happening). At least not in the VN and in a logical aspect. Though the later can be skipped without reasoning, just like how Mayuri's death is apparently a reason SERN manages to create a time machine.
 
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I really don't get where they are going now... I get they wanted to go with linear route, but they changed so much that they have hit on a wall. I really don't know why they wanted to change the VN SO much. I was waiting for THAT scene to happen... and BAM second time time machine getting rekt. Now it seems they are going for
which sure can make sense one way or another, but come on...

Dont forget that this isnt just about the VN but also Arclight and connecting to the true ending of 0.
Its already confirmed that 20 will be PR.

It was always the case they are going to make it like that when they shifted from PR to V&A in 9. I expected from 13 to reach PR in 20, and it happened. It makes perfectly sense even if you apply the VN structure, as you can read V&A before PR, while having to skip-through V&A again to reach the true ending.

The only real difference is how they do it, which is rather disappointing as GS would be much better way to connect both instead of this anime original homage to episode 13 of the original. But i guess they wanted to keep the AD aspect to it, while apealing more to the original S;G crowd and rather explain things within PR in 20. And it can be a rather interesting way to explain

aside the pointless loop within 19.

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sanlei said:
Its literally half the episode spending time on a summary what happened in 18 even to the point of Okabe wondering if its due to convergence despite Leskinen making it clear in 18.


But it's not. The time machine getting destroyed is not a convergence point. Whether the time machine gets destroyed or not doesn't affect Beta WLs absolute convergence point (WW3 happening). At least not in the VN and in a logical aspect. Though the later can be skipped without reasoning, just like how Mayuri's death is apparently a reason SERN manages to create a time machine.

Im talking about the Anime version. Otherwise you are correct, but doesnt change how the anime still showed an pointless loop, which wasnt in the VN, just to explain a small detail (Reyes) and lead to the crack.
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Katsugu said:
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Since I read the VN I am getting really excited for Hououin Kyouma's revival.
That scene is so epic and the music that plays is so good!

well i got spoiled this already
but isn't this considered as a spoiler and you should delete it?


I saw someone else write this too though so I thought it was okay.
I will make it a spoiler just in case.
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A really desperate Okabe really is my favorite side of him. Pretty decent episode storytelling wise this time around. Art was kinda bad but it's nothing that can't be fixed in the blurays. Pretty sure this was more of an anime original since I barely remember it or something mixed along those lines.

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Also the look kinda surprised me. Think its the best part of this episode. Its the first time we've seen soldiers with camouflage in the TV version, while we had the censored toysoldiers in the episodes before. Something that was also fixed in episode 4 bluray. Also first time i've felt they got the atmosphere of the situation right (at least in the first half, 2nd still needs lots of improvement).

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Aug 25, 2018 4:43 PM
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Now, This was a GOOD epsiode!
After the last one, I'm so happy! :)
 
Aug 25, 2018 7:04 PM

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I haven't played either of the VNs so I don't know what happens or what's supposed to happen nor do I know if they are adapting 0 good or not compared to the people who have played said source material, but I will say that this was a fire ass episode definitely a much needed episode too it really does feel like the Steins;Gate I know and love from watching the first anime.

Also yeah those action scenes in the last couple episodes were laughably bad animation wise I'm glad I'm not the only one who thought so LOL
 
Aug 25, 2018 10:39 PM

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god damn that was good

here we go again
 
Aug 26, 2018 7:08 AM

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uuuuuuh, so how did okabe escape from the americans the second time round???
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Aug 26, 2018 7:59 AM
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I still feel worn out from previous episodes, I just can't fully appreciate when the drama gets good due to how much of a drag previous episodes were. I'm really hoping that the last few eps can blow me away. It keeps being hyped up by people who played the VN and I feel like it's not gonna be as great as they say it will be, considering what I've seen so far... but I guess I'll have to see how it goes :3
 
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It was...ok I guess.
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This episode was pretty reminiscent of the original Steins;Gate with the time leaps and the tension going on. It's really unfortunate that we have to wait an extra week for a new episode but hey, it looks like Okabe is slowly returning to his own self. Looking forward to that.
 
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uuuuuuh, so how did okabe escape from the americans the second time round???


Maybe it's something named convergence. Yeah I know convergence is a cool name for plot armor. At least it is great when it actively tries to work against our protagonist (Mayuri's death in alpha, time machine blowing up (?) in this episode).
 
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uuuuuuh, so how did okabe escape from the americans the second time round???


Maybe it's something named convergence. Yeah I know convergence is a cool name for plot armor. At least it is great when it actively tries to work against our protagonist (Mayuri's death in alpha, time machine blowing up (?) in this episode).

Convergence means that Okabe wont die till 2025. Other things can still happen to him. Its not an established event he manages to get away to be able to time-leap again (sounds ridiculous if it would be an established event lol).

But yeah the anime abuses it as plot armor to not have to show unimportant transitions. In this case its really just an anime original homage to episode 13, where he also escaped from ridiculous situations. The how is rather unimportant in both anime versions.

This loop doesnt occur in the VN. Its just kinda fanservice to the original S;G crowd, while explaining the roof event a bit more and showing that Okabe can be willing to change the situation. The only important bit from the 2nd half of this episode is really just the crack. Which isnt tied to this event either, but it makes sense for them to tie it like that as it leads to an major event that needs to happen before the ending.
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episode 19 was very good, why is the rating still going down
 
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episode 19 was very good, why is the rating still going down


Because the anime is still mediocre and people are finally realizing this. 2 or 3 good episodes is not enough to give this anime a rating of 9+ specially after the abomination that happened in episode 18 which was a total disaster, this anime dragged way too much already with a lot of uninteresting bullshit and in the last couple of episodes is where it finally started to get good? this is bad story telling imho.
 
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Wow, after episode 17 this anime started to really look good ^ - ^. I hope it continues like this until the 23rd ...
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whenever I rewatch this show I always think most or half of the problems/issues they're all facing can/could simply be solved if they all communicated with each other rather than keeping things to themselves like okabe, dude stop with your internal monologues and maybe try talking about the important plot points to others rather than waiting for one of your friends to pull out a gun on you to literally make you talk lol he somehow thinks his friends are too stupid or not strong enough to know about miyuri or anyone of them possibly dying? I mean I think they would rather want to know and help which could have easily led to avoiding most of what happens in episode 2-10 and in the original steins;gate. Kurisu had to inspect Okabe's behaviours to find out he was from the beta timeline in episode 8 and when she did she helped him make the decision he was afraid to make, imagine if she hadn't cared to look, okabe will be having internal monologues for 3 more episodes.
And now that brings me to our loli girl. she was holding out on info on Kurisu's computer which could help both her and the group and maybe even kurisu herself but chooses to not let anyone know even tho ppl with guns are after her because of what lies on that computer.

i can go on and on but the more I think about it, this new series reminds me of what I didn't like about the original series but stretched out into 19 episodes.

 
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Tuturu~

i knew mayushii had a thing for Kiyouma or okarin I KneW IT RIgHT fROm THE stArt bOIIII

and i knew the prof lady was involved with this shit
also prof leskinen be like '' where are the japanese shaman girls lintahlo? ''
if lintahlo showed where miko san was there wouldnt be a war! ٩(◕‿◕。)۶

im so happy okarin is manning up boii
its like re zero all over again suffering deppresion and a reason not to give up!! dont forget the plot twist!!
(☆ω☆)(☆ω☆)(☆ω☆) i cant believe my brother said this was shiittt
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Okabe getting into the fight mode finally! It was great to see the lab getting lively again. Everyone working at their limit best to get the time leap machine ready!
Now to wait for hououin kyouma to make his comeback! Then off saving kurisu we gooo~
But the question is how did daru and hiyajo san get the microwave ready in time when okabe returned safe somehow from the radio building... the first time they built it okabe had to fill them in about SERN hacking and the TV downstairs...? And the screen crack at the end! What was that!?!!
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i dont like sg0, and all the fighting scenes were bad, i played the vn already , tho if next episode is what i am expecting , its going to be good or decent at least and it seems so because look at the time when he use that time leap, its jumbled up and lead to ........
 
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How did okabe get away from the soldiers one minute he’s surrounded then he’s running to the lab, how did he get passed them?
 
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It was better than the last episode. Finally, a time travel.
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Sep 10, 2018 2:13 PM

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much better than the last episode, actually anything is better than that episode
this episode was ok, dr.leskinen didnt start monologue of his plan thank god for that

My Advice:
steins gate should just stay away from animating fight scenes in general

as of now its 8/10 for me unless there is a repeat of ep18
 
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ok so much steins feels again.. so much liking the show right now
 
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Well this was a fun ride, everything good until I see Leskinen again, where the cute shrine girls at, amirite?
 
Oct 7, 2018 6:06 PM

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We're back at time leaping loops again... boy this sure could get quite intense!!! Really lovely yet sad episode again! Looking forwards to see what's next.
 
Nov 8, 2018 5:12 PM
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Kyamana said:
As for the latest episode, Okabe's motivation came back to use the time leap machine again. Okabe using the time leap macgine means Suzuha and Mayuri really did get killed. Is Okabe gonna have an infinite loop of going to the past again and again?
And if Mayuri successfully convinced the past Okabe to find the Steins;Gate it's possible that he can save both Mayuri and Kurisu this time.


you typo the machine part XD
 
Nov 8, 2018 7:54 PM

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Providentia said:
Kyamana said:
As for the latest episode, Okabe's motivation came back to use the time leap machine again. Okabe using the time leap macgine means Suzuha and Mayuri really did get killed. Is Okabe gonna have an infinite loop of going to the past again and again?
And if Mayuri successfully convinced the past Okabe to find the Steins;Gate it's possible that he can save both Mayuri and Kurisu this time.


you typo the machine part XD
Hahaha. Oh yeah. I didn't notice that. Teehee
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Dec 16, 2018 8:20 PM

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Having a super hacker around sure is convenient. Another great episode. Just thinking about the mind power to time leap time over time and do the time leap machine over and over again is stressing just to think about. Seems like the time machine exploding is a convergence but it shouldn't be if he travel back some times with some extra time. Great episode and yeah Reyes was from Durpa and the professor from Stratfor
 
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Terrorists attack my ass, I find it difficult to believe that nobody saw a bunch of military helicopters flying close above the city!

Now that Kurisu's sacrifice is in vain, Okabe decided to proceed in building the time leap machine! YES! Seeing Daru AKA Super Hacker hacking SERN while restoring Amadeus' system along with Okabe and everyone else helping the development of the time leap machine in one way or another reminds me of the times back in the OG Steins; Gate. The vibe is there... I especially am glad of Okabe's determination to FINALLY willing to go through the pain of time leaping back in time in an attempt to reach the perfect Steins; Gate worldline.

Operation Arc Light is to slap Okabe and encourage him to continue trying to rescue Kurisu huh! I knew it! That slap itself is a very crucial thing that has to happen!
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Jan 11, 7:53 AM

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I love the pseudoscience in this one.

- We need to hack CSERN and use the Large Hadron Collider.
- But the microwave isn't stable enough!
- Just turn on the TV downstairs.
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This is S;G we love. Now OKABE PLEASE RETURN TO HOUOUIN KYOUMA!
 
Feb 16, 10:59 PM

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I have a feeling it'll be like the first season. He said they didn't find bodies, so i think the time machine being destroyed is staged, just like kurisu's death in the first season. Cuse i guess if people don't think it's destroyed, they'll not do some important thing they need to do. If that's the case, you'd think them going back for operation archlight would have changed the present already. Hmmmmm. I wonder if replacing the time machine instead requires some certain future event, so he'll have to keep repeating until he gets to a timeline where his future is able to go back and stage the breaking of the time machine. Hmmmmm
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The start of World War III.
Now he finally snaps out of it (wanting to save Suzuha and Mayuri) despite their bodies not being found.
Seems like this is a convergence point aswell since now it's Reyes that came earlier since he changed the past by going back (different worldline)
This is just like Kurisu's "death" in the original Steins;Gate, gotta find a way to change the past without changing it, otherwise it'll just keep ending with Suzuha and Mayuri leaving in the time machine and "blowing up" (Unless something else is the convergence point)

That ending scene looked really scary, stuck on 00:00:00:00 on the 07/06 with that crack at the end O_O
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So the other helmet girl is Judy afterall, Yuki was just a red herring.

I just realized that there was another attractor field other than the time machine being destroyed (not confirmed), it's Okabe's life.
 
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So the other helmet girl is Judy afterall, Yuki was just a red herring.

I just realized that there was another attractor field other than the time machine being destroyed (not confirmed), it's Okabe's life.
Kish0 said:
So the other helmet girl is Judy afterall, Yuki was just a red herring.

I just realized that there was another attractor field other than the time machine being destroyed (not confirmed), it's Okabe's life.


Hm? How can Okabe's life being an Attractor Field? XD is this some kind of joke?
 
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