Before sending the D-Mail that would negate Luka's first one, Rintaro realizes that the reason they did not enjoy their date was that he was trying to be someone he was not. Rintaro starts by trying to figure out how to reverse Faris's D-Mail. Okabe, deducing what it was, says it was real, then proceeds to confess his love again and ask how she feels. Performing another experiment with the PhoneWave, which causes a burst of electricity when Mayuri opens it, Rintaro succeeds in sending another e-mail to the past. Leaping to two days before the completion of the time leap machine, Rintaro gathers the lab members to inform them of the situation. I'll upload upcoming episodes as they're released. The series is a sequel to the 2011 anime series , and aired between April 12 and September 27, 2018.
As a result, Rintaro returns to the shrine and spends the rest of the day training with Luka like they used to. Okabe and Ruka promptly refuse, afraid that Norman Bates from the movie Psycho will commit a shower scene on them, but Kurisu says she has no choice. Due to Rintaro's cancellation of Faris's hotel reservations for them as a result of his ego, the group ends up checking into a motel. After Kurisu gives him a diet soda, Okabe asks if she wants him to look over her work. Later, while walking in the streets of Akihabara, Rintaro has a chance encounter with Kurisu, who appears to have retained some memories of the other World Lines. Okabe explains why he came out there, which leaves Kurisu a bit relieved because she thought he left out of disgust with her comment about how none of the other events happened to her.
Escaping the Rounders' clutches and performing another time leap, Rintaro locates Mayuri earlier and escapes to the subway station. Finding that the liquid in the gadget has dried up, Rintaro provokes Nakabachi into stabbing him, leading him to run off in fear with Kurisu's theory. Too afraid to tell Kurisu the reason behind his change of plans, Rintaro accompanies Mayuri to a comic market, trying to think of a way he can save her without sacrificing Kurisu. Upon sending the D-Mail, he experiences a sensation similar to the one he had before the satellite crash. Witnessing events unfold as they did, Rintaro briefly runs into Kurisu, explaining their prior encounter, before hiding in the room where she will be stabbed.
The voice cast reprised their roles from previous Steins;Gate media. After several months have passed, Rintaro meets Maho Hiyajo and Alexis Leskinen, two of Kurisu's former colleagues who have been working on Amadeus, an system using Kurisu's memories from before her death. When Kurisu tells Rintaro that he should save Mayuri over her, he cannot accept it and runs back to the lab. Rintaro accepts a request to help out with Amadeus' development by becoming a tester, conversing with the Amadeus Kurisu through his phone. Rintaro steals Moeka's phone and sends a D-Mail from it, but discovers that she had lied about the contents of the message she had sent in the previous World Line.
Nae asks for a gift, and when Mayuri asks if Moeka wants one, she rapidly sends Okabe a text telling him not to get any macadamia nuts which are actually native to Australia and then, blushing, asks verbally for some chocolate. After recovering from his wounds, Rintaro starts giving out badges to the lab members he recruited in other World Lines, saving one for Suzuha, who will be born in seven years. The series is directed by Kenichi Kawamura, and written by , who also wrote the first Steins;Gate anime; the voice cast from previous Steins;Gate anime and games also reprise their roles. Blaming himself for stopping Suzuha on the night of the storm that damaged the time machine, Rintaro sends a D-Mail that stops him from following Suzuha, letting her use the time machine before it was damaged, but making her forget meeting her father. The search for Japanese Shaman Girls never ends.
Believing this John Titor to be a fake, Rintaro is shocked to find that all evidence of Titor appearing in 2000 have disappeared. While waiting to be rescued, the two discuss about the World Line where they confessed their love for each other, leading Rintaro to make his confession once again. Later on when out shopping, Okabe receives another threatening text message with a picture of a severed doll's head attached, causing him to return to the lab, fearing for Mayuri's safety. Its Steam page can be found. Rintaro drives everyone out of the lab before frantically searching for Mayuri, during which he receives a call from Kurisu, who deduces that he made a time leap. Okabe offers to help her with it, but because the memory is the one of them kissing, Kurisu becomes flustered and throws a soda can at him, knocking him out.
After being sent to just before the time leap machine's completion, Rintaro manages to obtain Kurisu's aid before they are both approached by Suzuha. As Rintaro goes into town with Mayuri to look for parts Kurisu needs, he explains to her that a time leap may be safer to conduct than simply sending D-Mails due to the nature of , as the D-Mails can produce unexpected consequences once sent. When adapting the series, they encountered a problem they had not dealt with before: In the first episode, Leskinen gives a speech in English, which Maho live interprets in Japanese, and because all characters in the dub speak English they were initially not sure how to portray the situation. If a thread itself is a spoiler, add the appropriate flair to it. It is set in an alternative future where the university student Rintaro Okabe, traumatized after his experiences with time travel, meets the neuroscientists Maho Hiyajo and Alexis Leskinen and becomes a tester for their artificial intelligence system Amadeus. After initially thinking it's a mirage, he discovers that Kurisu was worried about him, and left in such a hurry that she didn't fill up the gas tank, leaving the car out of gas and both of them trapped in the desert.
Dengan segala keterbatasan, mereka harus berjuang untuk menghindari bencana besar yang membuat dunia di masa depan menjadi distopia. The game is a sequel to , which was also by White Fox in 2011. Whilst there, Rintaro meets a girl named Kurisu Makise, who claims to have met him fifteen minutes before despite having never met her himself. Rintaro then establishes her as a lab member and invites her to the lab for a farewell party. Kurisu leaves after saying that none of the events from the other world lines are real, but appears to have a sullen face.