The Kurisu Makise Ending follows a similar route to the True End. After countless leaps, Okabe loses all emotion and personality due to re-living the same two days for all eternity. Unlike the True End, Kurisu's death is not prevented after the credits. . Her real name is Rumiho Akiha.
On June 12, 2009, the countdown expired and the name Steins;Gate was revealed. Due to the way the plot ties the many different events of the game together, Ishii believes it must have been a lot of work to write the scenarios. The Android version has sold between 50,000 and 100,000 downloads, as of 2015. The Limited Edition contained a deluxe collector's box, a fan book with artwork, a set of replica Future Gadget Laboratory pins, the manual, and game disc. He is 18 years old and a first-year student at.
Archived from on December 16, 2010. An by aired in Japan between April 6, 2011 and September 14, 2011, and has been licensed in North America by. The story for this sequel is unrelated to the original game, and is more comedic in tone. Nitroplus's website had also hinted at this on its 10th anniversary website. Archived from on July 21, 2012. A physical Standard Edition later followed.
Shikura, Hayashi, Matsuhara, Abo, and Isoe had all previously worked on Chaos;Head. All the background music of the game was included as well as shortened versions of the original Xbox 360 vocal tracks. It was also suggested to the player that the characters' voices be left turned on as the is very good. He decides to build a new life with Faris at his side. The show was streamed online on every Friday, and was produced by HiBiKi Radio Station. The 2D fighting game featured Kurisu as a guest character and was released in Japan on June 2, 2011.
Physical locales of Akihabara like the can be spotted in the game. She later appears in as a member of. Steins;Gate was released for the on October 15, 2009. Realizing that he harbors romantic feelings for Mayuri, Okabe and Kurisu decide to return to the Beta worldline in which Kurisu's murder continues as planned. Steins;Gate 's gameplay requires little interaction from the player as most of the duration of the game is spent reading the text that appears on the screen, which represents either the dialogue between the various characters or the thoughts of the protagonist. Nakabachi, who stole her time travel theory to publish it under his own name. It follows the events told in the fandisc.
All these songs were released as separate singles, then eventually as a vocal collection on June 26, 2013. A non-canon sequel to the game, titled Steins;Gate: Hen'i Kuukan no Octet or Steins;Gate 8bit, was released on October 28, 2011. Another game, , was released on April 25, 2013. Returning to the Steins Gate world line, safe from the threat of a third world war, Rintaro and Kurisu manage to reunite by chance or by fate in the streets of Akihabara. With regards to the theme of time traveling, Hayashi had felt that it seemed like a topic that was overdone and expressed concern over it when he first heard the idea from Shikura.
Doing so allows Okabe and Kurisu to realize their inner feelings for each other. The characters were designed by Ryohei Fuke, also known as 'Huke' known as one of the illustrators of series, and the creator of franchise whereas the gadgets were designed by Sh rp. He and his friends soon learn that , an organization that has been researching time travel for some time, has actually succeeded in sending humans into the past although they seem to have all resulted in the test subjects' deaths. The music was composed by Takeshi Abo of 5pb. A port of the game was released on June 23, 2011.
The game offers alternative stories that vary in terms of canon, some from the viewpoint of other lab members besides Okabe. A of the game, titled Steins;Gate: Hiyoku Renri no Darling, was released on June 16, 2011. Each set features 2—3 episodes, an art book, and a bonus disc containing music and radio dramas by the Japanese voice cast. Like many other visual novels, there are specific points in Steins;Gate where the user is given a choice to affect the direction of the game. It was released on September 30, 2014. In the Suzuha Amane Ending, Okabe decides to not send the D-Mail that would prevent him from pursuing Suzuha.
Incoming text messages have specific words underlined and highlighted in blue, much like a hyperlink on a browser, which the player can select to reply to the text message. Hayashi stated that while he did not want the script to repeat the same text over and over again, it was ultimately unavoidable due to the player having to travel back in time so he tried to place emphasis on the overall tempo of the plot's development and how the plot unfolded. The concept of is featured prominently in the game as the protagonist travels back in time numerous times to perform different actions in an attempt to alter what has happened in the future. A scene in Steins;Gate depicting the phone trigger system. Archived from on December 15, 2014. He is also a close friend and classmate of Shiina, who often asks him to try on her cosplay costumes, but as he is quite shy, he generally refuses.