>Watching the Steins;Gate film
If this does not end in sex I will be very disappointed
Side note, how good is Robotics;Notes? answer
R;N is utter crap
So how is it that Okabe keeps vanquishing? I thought the way time travel works in this series is that you only send your Consciousness back in time. If anything Okabe should end up a vegetable not vanquishing from time itself
Robotics;Notes has a couple good scenes, but overall it's not very good.
>Side note, how good is Robotics;Notes?
It's about three times as good as the Chaos;Head anime. In other words it's complete trash.
>pausing your show to post on /a/
>Side note, how good is Robotics;Notes?
It's crappy, and so is the C;H anime.
The movie is pretty shit but it worked well as an epilogue for the series.
Who said anything about pausing
>Expecting me to believe that
I was let down by the movie, anon. Just kind of didn't have the same amount of impact or character development that the series did. The characters just were who they were. What did you think of it?
>What did you think of it?
A big solid eh
Would have been a lot more memorable if it did end in sex, also pretty sure it breaks it's own rule of time travel
It was fun watching Christina realise the kind of fucked up shit Rintarou had to go through.
>it breaks it's own rule of time travel
It was doing that before the movie.
>breaks its own rule
yeah it was pretty bullshit, but everyone I've discussed it with outside of /a/ nominated it for AMOTY and even though I loved the series, the movie was just
RN is mediocre (ad for the VN) but watch it if you watched chaos head
>It was doing that before the movie.
Well what rules did it break back in the series?
I second that, it's total crap.
Only good character in the show is that girl.
I dropped it twice before finding the courage to finish it.
Robotic notes is nothing like C;H. I get mad every time I think about the precious hours I wasted watching it.
>Dropping a series twice
If thats the case I can't even being to imagine how bad the series must be
Tell me how bad it is
I liked R;N, but it seems it butchered a lot of the VN,that's why some stuff doesn't make much sense.
At least it's not complete trash like C;H, it's just average.
He's shifting between world lines. Did you even watch the show?
I did watch, I remember clearly that his Consciousness was sent back not his body. Therefore it's illogical that he himself vanquishes in the film because only his mind traveled back not his body.
you need to watch CH to get the references, like Noah
I would rather eat coat than watch that shit again.
I think it'd be better to read the VN, yeah.
The story is essentially the same.
CH was very forgettable
The only thing I membered was that the MC shut in Otaku that lived in a shipping container
And it looked like a damn comfy shipping container to live in, made me wonder what it would be like to live in a shipping container
R;N wasn't good but it wasn't really that bad.
Such a great mech design wasted.
It was great and then the D-Swords turn up. That's when it fell flat on its face.
I liked R;N.
Childhood friend wins for once, which was not unexpected but also a huge relief because she's cute as a button
It had a bunch of good moments, but never the really great moments i got from S;G, I guess it set the bar pretty high. But yeah, I'd watch it.
The story works much better as a VN than an anime, though.
Living the dream.
The problem wasn't how the narrative was conveyed. The problem was the narrative itself. It goes from psychological mystery thriller to shitty shounen sword battles. This doesn't change in the VN.
I was having so much fun until he got his.
Went full retard, and when they wrapped up the murders it was still underwhelming and stupid as fuck.
Looked a lot more comfy in the anime, although summers must be a nightmare in there
Whats the best dub for the movie ?
This, I laughed my ass off at all the otaku jokes and the "This can't be happening, I will not fall pray to the disgusting 3D!" etc. until the Di-Sword shit showed up then I dropped it.
The greatest par was when those little robots were fighting. That was like the most exciting part of the show and was pretty fun. It went all downhill from there on.
I was so hard at that time. Was hoping for her to bent over even more.
I swear there's like 500 different versions of this screenshot.
I've got one as well.
Wait, when does this scene happen?
>she sees your penis
but how do you know that? what if every time he did something to alter the world lines and jumped to a new one, he disappeared from the previous? and now, were just seeing the other side of that situation, when he leaves world lines what happened when he leaves. Thats what the movie was trying to convey. Since he had world line jumped so much, he is having trouble staying in a specific one, because his memories are so clear form all the other word lines he doesn't know what was from where anymore. Using the phone time machine thing to send his consciousness into the past is a different thing entirely, and even then we dont know if doing that vegetablize his body, it could be that it just copies his mind and pastes it onto his previous self.
But still, him vanishing is him jumping world lines like sending the d-mail and such, but now he cant realize which memories are from what world lines so he jumps without needing something to change the past.
In the movie.
>but how do you know that?
The device was built like that
>what if every time he did something to alter the world lines and jumped to a new one, he disappeared from the previous?
Well I never got that impression from the series
Latest movie, Kurisu pondering in hotel, being moe as fuck, running to the hallway with just sleeping clothes. No biggie.
Which part exactly?
Oh right, after her shower?
>That kiss scene
I was waiting for it, took too damn long for it to happen.
You can't say it wasn't heartwarming, I grinned like a retard when it happened.
Sure, a shitty story is going to be a shitty story, and C;H is a shitty story. But if you're going to read a shitty story, it's best to do it in the medium which compliments it the most. And the best parts of C;H-- the psychological horror-- are best experienced as a VN.
Although I suppose I could accept the logic that the better way to read a shitty story is as quickly as possible, in which case the anime wins out.
When she realizes something is missing in the world after looking at her fork and spoon.
No. Exactly 36 minutes into the movie, where she eats noodles in the hotel room and gets reminisced of the fork gift.
>The device was built like that
yes but jumping world lines was a different thing from sending his consciousness into the past.
>Well I never got that impression from the series
Everyone i've talked to felt it was heavily implied, and the movie further pushes that point.
or maybe when he jumps world lines, it creates a split where he jumps to a different one, yet at the same time a version of him doesn't jump.
And when he jumps world lines, he goes with in his entirety. The time machine only sends his mind, but sending a d-mail makes him in his entirety move to a different world line, which would explain him vanishing in the movie. The reason he is able to do it now without the d-mail is because he is all jumbled up in his head.
or something, i saw the movie like a month ago or whatever.
I prefer option C.
I always though that world lines didn't exist simultaneously. Like, instead of a bunch of coexisting parallel worlds, there was a single reality that could shift between various possible world lines.
I don't remember if that's how they actually explained it, since it's been awhile since I read it. The movie doesn't really make sense if that's the case, though.
>Everyone i've talked to felt it was heavily implied, and the movie further pushes that point.
Well you and your friends are wrong
Not really, it seems like a valid option
well either way, i try to not look into it too much. I really enjoyed the series, movie, and VN, so even if some things dont add up i just push them aside. I wish more anime's were good enough for me to be able to push aside its flaws.
In the VN it clearly says one world line at a time.
That existed or he can be in?
That existe. It has a lot to do with the uncertainty principle. The world lines that are "inactive" exist as possibility. Think Schrödinger's cat and all that stuff.
This also relates with how Reading Steiner works, especially for everyone that isn't Okabe. When someone, like Kurisu or Mayuri, remembers something from another world line, they're not connecting with parallel selfs or anything crazy like that. They're basically remembering what they have forgotten.