Time travel is one of if not the most difficult things to write about, and I don’t mean the kind of time travel where you use it to get to point A to point B that is just a way to advance a story take Doctor Who as a prime example of this, he takes his companions back in time they do fun stuff there then they go back to the future and nothing has changed. Steins;Gate however tells an intricate story where every little decision with the use of time travel has massive effects on the timeline and everything/everyone in it. take for example what would happen if you told your mother to eat more vegetables when she was pregnant with you, would that effect you? Her? Time? in Steins;Gate that question is asked and answered in the most mind boggling and brilliant ways possible.
The official Steins;Gate website announced today that the Steins;Gate Fuka Ryoiki no déjà-vu movie will be available on April 20, 2013. Steins;Gate is about a group of friends who have innovated their microwave so that it can send text messages into the past.
According to the Tweet of MAGES’s president Shikura Chiyomaru, the movie of STEINS;GATE will be premiered in Spring 2013. With a subtitle of Fuka Ryoiki no déjà-vu, the movie was firstly announced last year at the end of the last episode of the TV Anime. The movie was scheduled to be premiered in this Fall but it turned out to be a printing mistake. The president also pointed out that the story will be an original one.
According to the official website, TV Anime of Robotics;Notes will be aired in this Fall, starting from October 2012. With the original game produced by 5pb., the story revolves around our two protagonists of a high school robotics club in an alternate future world after Tokyo’s Shibuya district was destroyed in 2009.
According to the June issue of Shonen Ace magazine, the movie of TV Anime series Steins;Gate will be premiered in Fall. The confirmation of the movie was made last year right after the airing of the last episode of the TV Anime. We’ve talked about the whether the movie will be a recap of the TV Anime and luckily, the original author of the series confirmed it won’t.
Good Smile Company is working on another Nendoroid, this time, Mayuri Shiina from TV Anime and Game series STEINS;GATE. The series ended last week and we have already reported the movie announcement one day after. It’s totally a surprise. The Nendoriod will be released next week.
How many of you actually wait until the last second of the ending of a TV Anime series. Guess most people should have since all kinds of exciting news and announcements would generally be made, especially at the final episode. So does STEINS;GATE. A teaser after the ending announced that a movie production has been green-lit.
It has been a while since the previous post and I am now totally back to the usual schedule. The exams are done and things are back to normal and kind of enjoying these moments when you can do something you really enjoy doing.
All the series have already aired their first episode and it’s probably the time to make some recommendations. There are over 40 TV series in this season and it will sure take you a long time to finish watching all of them if you wish to. And despite the quantity, most of the series in the season are quite good in quality and it did take me a while to figure out which to follow.
STEINS;GATE is a Japanese visual novel developed by 5pb. and Nitroplus which happened to be the developer of Chaos;Head. It was firstly released on Xbox 360 on October 15, 2009. Later the game was ported to PSP and PC, and now, was adapted as an Anime which will be aired in April 2011.