History VisualNovel / SteinsGate

10th Sep '17 1:36:54 AM SonicGamer07
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* UpdatedRerelease: ''Steins;Gate Elite'', a (second) port of the first game for the UsefulNotes/PSVita and UsefulNotes/PlayStation4 that adds several new elements and changes.
7th Sep '17 6:24:06 AM Heartlesswithaheart
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* OffModel: One of Mayuri's poses has her elbows go down to her waist.
2nd Sep '17 8:06:56 AM Heartlesswithaheart
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* GameplayAndStorySegregation: In the part where Okabe is hiding from someone and is exposed by his phone going off, setting the ringtone to silent doesn't stop them from hearing it and finding him.
22nd Aug '17 8:26:42 AM rjd1922
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** Its probably worth noting that several disorders exist with males having two x chromosomes. Some of these are caused during or immediately after conception and as such could be subject to the butterfly effect. This perhaps makes the plot more believable especially considering Lukako's feminine appearance.

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** Its probably worth noting that several disorders exist with [[WrongGeneticSex males having two x chromosomes.X chromosomes]]. Some of these are caused during or immediately after conception and as such could be subject to the butterfly effect. This perhaps makes the plot more believable especially considering Lukako's feminine appearance.



* [[AttractiveBentGender Attractive Bent Gender]]: Lukako in the first few episodes [[spoiler:before he uses the time machine to [[ItMakesSenseInContext switch his gender]]]]. So much so that Okabe and Daru often make quips of how hot he is.

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* [[AttractiveBentGender Attractive Bent Gender]]: AttractiveBentGender: Lukako in the first few episodes [[spoiler:before he uses the time machine to [[ItMakesSenseInContext switch his gender]]]]. So much so that Okabe and Daru often make quips of how hot he is.
17th Aug '17 10:11:27 PM DivineFlame100
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* ArtisticLicensePhysics: When the satellite crashes into the Radio Kaikan building in the prologue, the building still stands with only minor structural damage, and the satellite itself, now embedded into the building, is largely still intact. However, in RealLife, the crash would've been far more destructive than what is depicted here. The satellite has been stated to be about three meters across, which is roughly the size of a standard civilian vehicle. If a satellite that size were to fall through the Earth's atmosphere at terminal velocity[[note]]assuming it doesn't break apart into pieces upon atmospheric entry[[/note]], the resulting impact from the satellite's kinetic energy would completely destroy the building it crashes into, as well as level surrounding buildings adjacent to it and reduce the city block into a crater, and the satellite itself would be obliterated into nothing but metallic shrapnel strewn all across Akihabara. The satellite crash has been downplayed here for plot-related reasons. [[spoiler:However, it is stated in the visual novel that the satellite, which is a time machine, didn't actually fall from orbit, but instead materialized inside the building wall, as it's incapable of travelling through space, only through time.]]
14th Aug '17 6:31:48 AM BeholderVee
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* ArtisticLicensePhysics: When the satellite crashes into the Radio Kaikan building in the prologue, the building still stands with only minor structural damage, and the satellite itself, now embedded into the building, is largely still intact. However, in RealLife, the crash would've been far more destructive than what is depicted here. The satellite has been stated to be about three meters across, which is roughly the size of a standard civilian vehicle. If a satellite that size were to fall through the Earth's atmosphere at terminal velocity[[note]]assuming it doesn't break apart into pieces upon atmospheric entry[[/note]], the resulting impact from the satellite's kinetic energy would completely destroy the building it crashes into, as well as level surrounding buildings adjacent to it and reduce the city block into a crater, and the satellite itself would be obliterated into nothing but metallic shrapnel strewn all across Akihabara. The satellite crash has been downplayed here for plot-related reasons.

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* ArtisticLicensePhysics: When the satellite crashes into the Radio Kaikan building in the prologue, the building still stands with only minor structural damage, and the satellite itself, now embedded into the building, is largely still intact. However, in RealLife, the crash would've been far more destructive than what is depicted here. The satellite has been stated to be about three meters across, which is roughly the size of a standard civilian vehicle. If a satellite that size were to fall through the Earth's atmosphere at terminal velocity[[note]]assuming it doesn't break apart into pieces upon atmospheric entry[[/note]], the resulting impact from the satellite's kinetic energy would completely destroy the building it crashes into, as well as level surrounding buildings adjacent to it and reduce the city block into a crater, and the satellite itself would be obliterated into nothing but metallic shrapnel strewn all across Akihabara. The satellite crash has been downplayed here for plot-related reasons. [[spoiler:However, it is stated in the visual novel that the satellite, which is a time machine, didn't actually fall from orbit, but instead materialized inside the building wall, as it's incapable of travelling through space, only through time.]]
10th Aug '17 2:12:07 PM pdwood
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** SixthRangerTraitor - Kiryuu Moeka.

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** SixthRangerTraitor [[spoiler:SixthRangerTraitor - Kiryuu Moeka.]]
22nd Jul '17 8:44:12 PM DivineFlame100
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* ArtisticLicensePhysics: When the satellite crashes into the Radio Kaikan building in the prologue, the building still stands with only minor structural damage, and the satellite itself, now embedded into the building, is largely still intact. However, the satellite has been stated to be about three meters across, which is roughly the size of a standard civilian vehicle. In RealLife, if a satellite that size were to fall through the Earth's atmosphere at terminal velocity[[note]]assuming it doesn't break up into pieces upon atmospheric entry[[/note]], the resulting impact would not only completely destroy the building it crashes into, but also level surrounding buildings adjacent to it and reduce the city block into a crater, with the satellite itself being reduced to nothing but metallic shrapnel strewn all across Akihabara. The satellite crash has been downplayed here for plot-related reasons.

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* ArtisticLicensePhysics: When the satellite crashes into the Radio Kaikan building in the prologue, the building still stands with only minor structural damage, and the satellite itself, now embedded into the building, is largely still intact. However, in RealLife, the crash would've been far more destructive than what is depicted here. The satellite has been stated to be about three meters across, which is roughly the size of a standard civilian vehicle. In RealLife, if If a satellite that size were to fall through the Earth's atmosphere at terminal velocity[[note]]assuming it doesn't break up apart into pieces upon atmospheric entry[[/note]], the resulting impact from the satellite's kinetic energy would not only completely destroy the building it crashes into, but also as well as level surrounding buildings adjacent to it and reduce the city block into a crater, with and the satellite itself being reduced to would be obliterated into nothing but metallic shrapnel strewn all across Akihabara. The satellite crash has been downplayed here for plot-related reasons.
22nd Jul '17 6:16:26 AM DivineFlame100
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* ArtisticLicensePhysics: When the satellite crashes into the confrence building in the prologue, the building still stands with only minor structural damage, and the satellite itself, now embedded into the building, is largely still intact. However, the satellite has been stated to be about three meters across, which is roughly the size of a standard civilian vehicle. In RealLife, if a satellite that size were to fall through the Earth's atmosphere at terminal velocity[[note]]assuming it doesn't break up into pieces upon atmospheric entry[[/note]], the resulting impact would not only completely destroy the building it crashes into, but also level surrounding buildings adjacent to it and reduce the city block into a crater, with the satellite itself being reduced to nothing but metallic shrapnel strewn all across Akihabara. The satellite crash has been downplayed here for plot-related reasons.

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* ArtisticLicensePhysics: When the satellite crashes into the confrence Radio Kaikan building in the prologue, the building still stands with only minor structural damage, and the satellite itself, now embedded into the building, is largely still intact. However, the satellite has been stated to be about three meters across, which is roughly the size of a standard civilian vehicle. In RealLife, if a satellite that size were to fall through the Earth's atmosphere at terminal velocity[[note]]assuming it doesn't break up into pieces upon atmospheric entry[[/note]], the resulting impact would not only completely destroy the building it crashes into, but also level surrounding buildings adjacent to it and reduce the city block into a crater, with the satellite itself being reduced to nothing but metallic shrapnel strewn all across Akihabara. The satellite crash has been downplayed here for plot-related reasons.
20th Jul '17 5:09:14 AM DivineFlame100
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* ArtisticLicensePhysics: When the satellite crashes into the confrence building in the prologue, the building still stands with only minor structural damage, and the satellite itself, now embedded into the building, is still intact. However, the satellite has been stated to be about three meters tall, roughly the size of a standard civilian vehicle. In RealLife, if a satellite that size were to fall through the Earth's atmosphere at terminal velocity, the resulting impact would not only completely destroy the building it crashes into, but also level surrounding buildings adjacent to it and reduce the block into a crater, with the satellite itself being reduced to nothing but metallic shrapnel strewn all across Akihabara. The satellite crash here has been downplayed for plot-related reasons.

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* ArtisticLicensePhysics: When the satellite crashes into the confrence building in the prologue, the building still stands with only minor structural damage, and the satellite itself, now embedded into the building, is largely still intact. However, the satellite has been stated to be about three meters tall, across, which is roughly the size of a standard civilian vehicle. In RealLife, if a satellite that size were to fall through the Earth's atmosphere at terminal velocity, velocity[[note]]assuming it doesn't break up into pieces upon atmospheric entry[[/note]], the resulting impact would not only completely destroy the building it crashes into, but also level surrounding buildings adjacent to it and reduce the city block into a crater, with the satellite itself being reduced to nothing but metallic shrapnel strewn all across Akihabara. The satellite crash here has been downplayed here for plot-related reasons.
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