January 16, 2012 in Blogs and Reviews
Time traveling has always been a big question mark in the world of science. Whether its possible or not is still a mystery that needs to be solved, and its all up to you if you want to get your hopes up. The anime series Steins;Gate though, will let you see the possibilities of time traveling and what are the things that could happen if ever any mad scientists today suddenly become successful in creating one.
During the first few episodes of Steins Gate, you’ll be totally clueless on what’s happening, and it might get a bit confusing. But do stick to this series up to episode 13 wherein the tension will start to build up, and you’ll start to feel the pressure from the characters. The twist and the conflicts will start to get on your head and you won’t be able to sleep peacefully.
I also love how the relationship of each character was built in this series, and how their lives were intertwined in a small laboratory of the self proclaimed mad scientist, Hououin Kyouma (center). The way the characters were drawn were also lovable, especially the young scientist Makise Kurisu (left). Shiina Mayuri (right) is also one cute character that made stein’s gate more enjoyable. Jukki Hanada really did a great job creating this anime from the game and the visual novel.
For the year 2011, this is one of the anime series that you shouldn’t miss. It’s currently on the top of my list, surpassing any anime I watched across all genre. That’s may be opinionated, but I honestly recommend this to anyone who appreciate stories with deep story line and conflicts.
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