History VisualNovel / SteinsGate

21st Apr '16 2:06:32 AM SonicGamer07
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* ThemeSongPowerUp: [[spoiler:Once Okabe receives his final objective from his future self in Episode 23, "Skyclad Observer", the theme song from the Xbox 360 version of the game, accompanies him as he resolves to rescue Kurisu and change the future.]]
20th Apr '16 4:11:56 PM SandyGunfox
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** The English dub of the anime references [[Film/{{Airplane}} Airplane!]] when Okabe attempts to talk "street" to someone in an alley, who promptly responds by apologizing that he doesn't speak jive.
28th Mar '16 8:35:40 AM labeth
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Unfortunately, they're not the only ones interested in time travel. A shadowy organisation called "CERN" has been running their ''own'' time-travel experiments, and after they catch wind of what Okabe has discovered, they begin to close in...

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Unfortunately, they're not the only ones interested in time travel. A shadowy organisation called "CERN" "SERN" has been running their ''own'' time-travel experiments, and after they catch wind of what Okabe has discovered, they begin to close in...
28th Mar '16 8:30:59 AM labeth
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Unfortunately, they're not the only ones interested in time travel. A shadowy organisation called "SERN" has been running their ''own'' time-travel experiments, and after they catch wind of what Okabe has discovered, they begin to close in...

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Unfortunately, they're not the only ones interested in time travel. A shadowy organisation called "SERN" "CERN" has been running their ''own'' time-travel experiments, and after they catch wind of what Okabe has discovered, they begin to close in...
26th Mar '16 7:14:26 PM Willbyr
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The {{Sequel}} to ''ChaosHead'', ''Steins;Gate'' is set roughly one year after the events of the previous game. Instead of the "delusion trigger" system introduced in ''Chaos;Head'', ''Steins;Gate'' uses the similar "phone trigger": whenever somebody calls Okabe, he can choose whether or not to answer. Text messages include blue hyperlinks that can be selected to reply to the text. The player's choices determine what sort of path the plot takes.

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The {{Sequel}} to ''ChaosHead'', ''VisualNovel/ChaosHead'', ''Steins;Gate'' is set roughly one year after the events of the previous game. Instead of the "delusion trigger" system introduced in ''Chaos;Head'', ''Steins;Gate'' uses the similar "phone trigger": whenever somebody calls Okabe, he can choose whether or not to answer. Text messages include blue hyperlinks that can be selected to reply to the text. The player's choices determine what sort of path the plot takes.



* TheCameo: [[ChaosHead Takumi]] is briefly mentioned by his pseudonym Knighthart looking for IBN 5100. He has no involvement in the story, however.

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* TheCameo: [[ChaosHead [[VisualNovel/ChaosHead Takumi]] is briefly mentioned by his pseudonym Knighthart looking for IBN 5100. He has no involvement in the story, however.



* ShowWithinAShow: Thunder Battle Net, as well as ''ChaosHead'''s Blood Tune.

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* ShowWithinAShow: Thunder Battle Net, as well as ''ChaosHead'''s ''VisualNovel/ChaosHead'''s Blood Tune.
22nd Mar '16 5:35:45 PM Gorthaff
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** Its probably worth noting that several disorders exist with males having two x chromosomes. Some of thede are caused during or immediatly after conception and as such could be subject to the butterfly effect. This perhaps makes the plot more belivable especially considering Rueka's feminine appearance.

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** Its probably worth noting that several disorders exist with males having two x chromosomes. Some of thede are caused during or immediatly after conception and as such could be subject to the butterfly effect. This perhaps makes the plot more belivable especially considering Rueka's Rukako's feminine appearance.
20th Mar '16 5:36:29 PM Gorthaff
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**Its probably worth noting that several disorders exist with males having two x chromosomes. Some of thede are caused during or immediatly after conception and as such could be subject to the butterfly effect. This perhaps makes the plot more belivable especially considering Rueka's feminine appearance.
8th Mar '16 8:06:30 PM universalperson
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* HourglassPlot[=/=]PerspectiveFlip: TheMovie is this. [[spoiler: Okabe is the one in trouble, and Kurisu is the one who needs to save him.]]
4th Mar '16 4:07:28 AM TTrain
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* CloseEnoughTimeline: The Faris ending results in a world line where [[spoiler:Okabe knows none of his friends besides Faris and the Future Gadget Lab (and thus time machine) never came into being]]. However, after he confirms that [[spoiler:Mayuri does not die]] in this time around, he decides that he's willing to accept this.

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* CloseEnoughTimeline: The Faris ending results in a world line where [[spoiler:Okabe knows none of his friends besides Faris and the Future Gadget Lab (and thus time machine) never came into being]].being - Debateable. When using your phone you can still connect with the future gadget website. Although all this means is that the website exists and Okabe came up with the idea to make it, it does not mean it was with any of the original LabMems. This idea gets complicated quickly, because of the implications of who else is part of the Lab, and how it came to form. There are no contacts a part from Faris in Okabe's phone and there is absolutly nothing is the route that implies its existence.]]. However, after he confirms that [[spoiler:Mayuri does not die]] in this time around, he decides that he's willing to accept this.
30th Jan '16 12:13:05 AM ergeis
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** Episode 25 is full of callbacks but they're a lot more noticeable if you read the visual novel. The choice of Los Angeles as a setting was because Kurisu used it in an example involving wormholes and Okabe's overreaction to the motel was a callback to him teasing Kurisu staying at a hotel.
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