Later that day, as Kurisu is talking to Rintaro about how her own instances of déjà vu may be similar to Rintaro's 'Reading Steiner' ability to remember things from other World Lines, Rintaro suddenly disappears before Kurisu's eyes. Thanks for that, i think if i get somebody into steins gate, id recommend not watching the movie then. it doesnt contradict anything from the original show, or 0. While most series that have time travel are littered with plotholes, Steins gate and 0 are the only shows that really fufill on their established rules. I feel like it doesn't matter if its canon or not. [6] Several versions were released; a standard DVD edition, a standard Blu-ray Disc edition, a five-disc combo pack containing several radio dramas, and a six-disc combo pack containing the radio dramas in addition to the film's soundtrack. Sure it contradicts the rules of the main story, but it can still be overlooked and just enjoy it as a "canon" fanfiction sequel. Encouraged by everyone's feelings, Kurisu returns to the past, this time succeeding in her mission by implanting the concept of Kyouma Hououin into Rintaro's mind and giving him his first kiss, which led him to take on his 'mad scientist' persona to protect Mayuri. In the original series, the Steins Gate worldline was believed to be the only unobserved worldline with no time machines and no determined future. The film takes place in August 2011, one year after the events of the anime series. Lol. The Idolmaster Movie: Beyond the Brilliant Future! Yes its a cop out, but alot of time machine series dwell on this kind of subject. Two okabes exist, he goes to help suzuha and mayuri. Jyakiiiiin! Isnt his conscious suppose to change to a different timeline/worldline when* that happens? Evidence that my support this is that theres multiple scenes in the original show that show Okabe all alone in Akiba, insinuating time has stopped. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. By using our Services or clicking I agree, you agree to our use of cookies. Also Reading Steiner is not something that lets you "move between worldlines", so that's yet an other contradiction. She is then contacted by the visitor from before, revealed to be Suzuha Amane, who came from the future using a time machine Kurisu built. This is a seperate world line from the original Beta or Alpha World lines, anything could happen there. Is there an okabe that actually has these memmories? Yet somehow Suzuha comes from the future in a time machine built by Kurisu. Meanwhile, Rintaro starts having intense side effects from his time travels, seeing visions of alternate Worldlines. The Japanese release also includes English subtitles. It can't be officially considered canon because it breaks some fundamental rules, but at the same time they can't say it because it would negatively affect the sales. Ok so I’m a little late lmao but this is exactly what I was gonna suggest, that’s what makes the most sense to me anyway, just watched the movie like a week ago and I personally see it as being canon for this exact reason, but again some people could interpret it differently. Gunvarrel! Press J to jump to the feed. In this subreddit, you may submit posts about the Science Adventure series. It is a follow-up to the 2011 anime television series Steins;Gate, which was based on the video game of the same name, and is part of the Science Adventure franchise. The next day on August 4, a mysterious visitor shows up at Kurisu's hotel, telling her to remember three things: a cell phone, a microwave oven, and SERN. After going through a painstaking journey across multiple 'World Lines' due to the invention of 'D-Mail', text messages that can be sent to the past, Rintaro Okabe has assumedly landed in the "Steins Gate" World Line, in which he was able to prevent the deaths of both Mayuri Shiina and Kurisu Makise, as well as prevent a future ruled by SERN due to the invention of a time machine that no longer exists. The film premiered in Japanese theaters on April 20, 2013 and was released on BD/DVD on December 13, 2013. Steins;Gate: The Movie − Load Region of Déjà Vu (Japanese: 劇場版 シュタインズ・ゲート 負荷領域のデジャヴ, Hepburn: Gekijōban Shutainzu Gēto: Fuka Ryōiki no Dejavu) is a 2013 Japanese animated science fiction film produced by White Fox. Like what if the R worldline isnt actually a worldline, and just a sort of dimension excluded from space and time? "[13], A manga adaptation by Reki Kugayama was serialized in Kadokawa Shoten's Shōnen Ace magazine between the May and December 2013 issues, released on March 26 and October 26, 2013, respectively. People said that he greenlit it, and worked on the extra material like the shorts and ovas, Even of the movie isn't cannon an okabe from another timeline has those memories. New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast. [12], Richard Eisenbeis and Toshi Nakamura of Kotaku stated, "This movie really lives or dies on how well you connect to Kurisu and Okabe— and given the amazing performances of their voice actors, I can't imagine not being able to," and proceeded to call it, "An excellent epilogue to the Steins;Gate story. It surely does.There is only one active worldline at any given time, the movie introduces 2. Well you can consider canon either only what was written by Naotaka Hayashi, including both Steins;Gate and Steins;Gate 0 VNs as well as Holy Day of Scourge and The Distant Valhalla short stories (and probably something else I'm unaware of) or argue that the OVA and the movie are canon too as they were supervised and approved by Hayashi who wrote Holy Day of Scourge basically to connect the end of VN/anime with the movie.

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