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Time Travel? Is this possible?
In the realm of science fiction, the power to control time can be classified as the holy grail of science. With this power, what can you do? Undo past mistakes, re-experience memorable days of your life, or can you cheat death to save the life of the ones closest to you?
Rintarou Okabe (a.k.a Okarin, Hououin Kyouma), a self-proclaimed mad scientist who spends his time developing oddball gadgets with his friends in their makeshift laboratory, accidentally discovers that one of their inventions can send emails into the past using a modified microwave. As they perform different experiments from this invention, an organization named SERN who has been doing their own research on time travel starts to track them down. And to include all temporal plains, a person with the alias “John Titor” makes contact through a forum - apparently from a dystopian future…
Steins;Gate is an award-winning critically acclaimed visual novel from Japan that’s well praised for its interactive storyline and considered to be the finest Visual Novel ever made. Since then, the game spawned to both anime and manga spin-offs, as well as ports on different video game platforms.
With memorable characters, outstanding art design, and a heart-wrenching narrative, Steins;Gate is a critically-acclaimed visual novel that can be experienced time and time again. Interaction with the game takes place through the “phone trigger” system, where the player can receive calls and text messages, and decide whether to reply to them or not, changing the outcome of the game’s plot.
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|Official Release Date||Aug 31, 2015|
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Played it because of the anime. However it proved to be a better experience overall. The multiple endings provide much more depth to the characters and setting.
Since the Dreamcast I do not touch such games. But Steins Gate forced me. It has an incredible story, and that is the most important.
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