Who in the world is not watching Steins;Gate? We can see that anime fandom is loaded with excitement for every episode of Steins;Gate. But, there are still some dweebs who have no idea what they are missing out on in this anime. So, our team has gathered the 8 most interesting episodes of Steins;Gate. You cannot believe how things alter in it, in one minute everything appears to be peaceful and you can’t see tornadoes reaching. To be honest, Steins;Gate is unpredictable and this is the reason why we have listed the best episodes of Steins;Gate.
The ones who have watched it and the ones who haven’t, all can enjoy these episodes and spend a thrilling time even when boredom surrounds from all sides.
WHY IS STEINS;GATE SO GOOD?
The plotline of Steins;Gate is what makes the anime so attractive. There would hardly be anyone who won’t be amazed by its story. The element that has assembled Steins;Gate manga, anime, and visual novels a success is the blend of fiction with reality. The emotions of the characters are so natural and heart-touching while the action and story are all fantasy-based. Humans of the future are working hard to save the catastrophes of today’s world and there is no other way but to relay these messages to the past. After loads of experimentation, they were able to create a microwave that could take the messages from the past. Things begin to get in control when SERN works to take hold of the microwave.
THE 8 MOST-WATCHED EPISODES OF STEINS;GATE
In episode 20, suspense and action are enough to kill viewers. The episode mainly covers Rintarō, Moeka, and Kurisu who are after one thing and that is IBN-5100. They need to take it back to their timeline in order to get rid of all problems. However, IBN-5100 is under the strict vigilance of SERN and it is hard to even touch it. So, the three have no other option but to keep an eye on it when IBN-5100 is being transported to a plane. The three get no chance to grab it, even though, the item was transported after being checked by Mr. Braun.
Rintarō, Moeka, and Kurisu hurry to Mr. Braun in order to question him but he has IBN-5100 in his hands and shoots Moeka and himself. This suicide stuns all but as soon as Rintaro cancels Moeka’s D-Mail and returns back to the World Line, he seems calm. In the real world, Mr. Braun and Moeka are alive and Hashida also erases all records of SERN on IBN-5100. All seems fine but, Rintaro forgets Kuriso!
Open the Steins Gate
No one thought a day like this would arrive! Whatever we get to see in episode 23 is totally insane. It all begins from the point where Rintaro agrees to be with Suzuha though the chances they can save Kuriso are very thin. The three must enter a special timeline named Steins Gate or else Kuriso would die. As soon as Rintaro and Suzuha reach Kurisu and watch that her own father Professor Nakamachi inches away to stab her, he jumps and accidentally stabs Kuriso himself. The poor boy weeps while Professor Nakamachi runs away with the formula which would end up in World War 3.
Not to worry, there is still a way as with a video mail he gets back in time and realizes that things could only work again Rinataro realized that Kuriso was killed though she still lives. This all was done to stop the war and he would never have acted if it wasn’t for his love!
The 24th one is absolutely amazing and the fact that it is the last episode of Steins;Gate, everyone has watched it. No matter what you say, there is no doubt in the fact that it is the epitome of perfection. Finally, Kuriso and Okabe get along and all the fans rest happily. We know what you are thinking? Kuriso doesn’t recognize Rintaro so how is this love story complete! Don’t worry, Rintaro includes her in his research team and you know, where there is a spark, it always catches fire. So, we know that these love birds would also be together since there would be no SERN enslavement or World War 3!
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Just for one single thing, Rintaro has to struggle to the point that he feels beaten! All he wished for is to save Mayuri but no matter whichever timeline he tries, failure shows itself to him. Rintaro turns hostile and desperate and he grabs Moeka. He points a gun at her and threatens to kill her if she doesn’t tell him a way to save Mayuri. At that point, Kurisu helps him out with the time leap machine. She guides her past self and gets some tips from Suzuha who is the mysterious “John Titor” from 2036. It is so amazing watching them all working to save Mayuri in episode 14.
The twists and turns in the story of Steins;Gate are never-ending as in episode 16, everything gets shaken. Situations and timelines mix up like a cocktail! Rintaro finally gets to know that it was Hashida who made the badge for Suzuha. It has no ill will. They all also find out that Hashida is Suzuha’s father and they both have some emotional scenes as she comes back in 1975. This is because Suzuha’s machine can only travel back in time and not in the future.
But, there is more to digest! Divergence Meter’s reading and Mr. Braun’s letter confirm that Suzuha dies in the year 2000. Here, everybody blames themselves; Suzuha thinks she failed in her mission while Rintaro believes that he is the killer because of his D-Mail. Thankfully, they both get to know that Suzuha died of her declining health and that Moeka never killed Mayuri! So, this ends them up in more confusion.
Dogma In Ergosphere
The episode from where all the drama starts is episode 12! The situation gets worse when Rintaro and his team believe that they have created a real time machine and he thinks they should public it while Suzuha is against this decision. Situations change drastically when Suzuha reads about the bomb near them and leaves and just then Moeka enters to take the time traveler with her claiming that it is an order from SERN officials. Obviously, no one thought to resist though Mayuri was a little reluctant. This is why Moeka takes Rintarō, Kurisu, and Hashida with her and kills Mayuri.
Episode 22 is full of tears and our heart melts like chocolate over the chemistry and love of our couple. Kurisu on one hand, doesn’t want Rintaro to suffer anymore by saving her instead of Mayuri. She openly tears her heart and shows the pain that she feels in dreams; the moment of getting stabbed, Rintaro’s attempts to save her, Mayuri’s death, etc. She doesn’t want him to be in despair anymore and neither wants Rintaro to choose her over Mayuri. But, something surprising happens, Rintaro confesses love to her and they both have their world-famous kiss.
Soon after that, everyone works to delete all data from SERN networks to secure the world and Kurisu asks him to save Mayuri in order to live his life happily. Suddenly, Rintaro ends up being in the Beta World Line and gets to know that there would soon be a World War 3!
Made In Complex
Destiny is not a thing to be played with and Rintaro realizes this in episode 17 more clearly. No matter what he does, Rintaro has to watch Mayuri die, though, in this episode, it all happens one day later. After having no senses left, he takes help from Kurisu who takes him back to point zero where he tries to stop the death of Rumiho’s father. It was destined but with a fake ransom note, he stops and lives, consequently things change as he lives.
It is then unveiled that he thought that the note was real and sold the IBN-5100 which Suzuha gave her, just for money to be paid for ransom though it was fake! It becomes very hard to make Rumiho realize all and then lets her father die! But still, IBN-5100 isn’t in hand…