Which FGL member's Gate would you rather Steins?
Also, how the hell is Zero going to work as an anime?
Maybe? Pretty much everything that could go wrong went wrong. Looking at the trophy list these are the ones I have.
I think so. Okabe gets captured by a brainwashed Mahou. She later breaks him out but says they'll never meet again. And ww3 is starting with okabe crying. Then credits. Mayuri ending was so much better.
The reason why the Mayuri route was great was because in the end before the credits
Okabe becomes Houein Kyouma again as he's surrounded by the army looking for the now gone time machine. The music picks up and he does his signature laugh and tells them that this time line was going to vanish and that they should all fear him as he won't lose to them or even fate itself. That he'd definitely find steins gate. And that this was all his choice. Then credits roll.
I think that happens no matter what(but I've only played through twice). Once you get to June and July is when shit really goes down. The ending I saw happens on like the 7th of July I think.
That's just where I noticed a difference. I can't confirm that yet. I'm trying different things to get all the routes. Was just saying that wasn't the ww3 I was talking about. I meant ww3 in Okabe's chosen worldline was breaking out.
People around Japan seem to be contracting mental issues where they experience things that didn't happen, things from other world lines. After talking with Fubuki, Okabe concludes this could only be Reading steiner. Also I think Fubuki wants to fug Mayuri.
This is actually one of the only changes in the anime that really pissed me off. One of the last lines in the VN is Okabe realizing that everybody has Reading Steiner to some degree, after Kurisu snapped back at him calling her 'Christina' in the Steins Gate worldine where she should've had no knowledge of it. The anime on the other hand, despite having an extra scene where Mayuri vaguely remembers her, has Okabe explicitly state that only he has Reading Steiner. In practice it's a very small difference but it really changes the spirit of the ending.
>Game all about his depression after ending up in a worldline without Kurisu and the several lifetimes that went into formulating a plan to tell the universe to fuck off and get her back
I don't follow.
No, in the original VN the routes are just non-canon bad ends. They are like 'what if' scenarios. You can say, decide not to send the D-Mail that turns Luka back into a guy and fuck him, leaving Mayuri to die and Kurisu to be tsun if you want to but that is not what actually happens. In this,
each loop forward ends up causing the deviation that makes the next one different.
By the way I saw a guide, they start branching from December 15th. The playthrough I'm doing right now it sounds like everyone's busy and there isn't going to be a christmas party
I mean, I'm not the one who'd be spoiled.
I want to hug Kagari.
Hopefully she won't kill me.
There's not a lot to say. Nobody comes to the lab except Kurisu occasionally when she gets lonely. And Okabe is just as sad and deppressed in both world lines. Kurisu realizes pretty quickly he's from a world line by the way he reacts when he sees her. She tells him to just forget about her, that the world line he's currently viewing is like a dream. She says scientists still haven't figured out exactly how dreams work and he should treat seeing her as such. She tries to cheer him up and she sends him off with the time leap machine she rebuilt after Okabe destroyed the original when he failed to save Mayuri.
This image made me like Kurisu more than the entire Steins;Gate VN.
I despise her standoffish behavior even when she's supposed to be supportive. Tsun repels me like nothing else.
But anon, Kurisu was only keeping Okabe at a distance because she had a shithouse childhood and doesn't really have any experience with getting at all close to people, since she's always the genius girl rather than a person to everybody she meets. She's always helpful and supportive when required (remember that time she went out of her way to assist Okabe in going on a series of dates with another girl?) and is dere as hell for him when it all comes down to it. She's just beyond awful at expressing it.
Justifying the behavior doesn't mean I have to like the behavior.
Even when she's helping him she maintains a defensive, unsocial bearing, with terse words and a sharp expression. This goes for the entire VN until her one kiss scene and even then she's giving tsundere quips.
>Even when she's helping him she maintains a defensive, unsocial bearing, with terse words and a sharp expression
That's hardly always the case. I mean, two thirds of the time that's just her 'I'm thinking really hard about something and trying to come up with a solution' demeanor. She shows a lot of genuine care for Mayuri, Okabe and his deteriorating mental state.