Steins;Gate [Sony PS Vita]
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Steins Gate is the award-winning time travel science-fiction interactive visual novel from PQube for the Sony PlayStation Vita.
Okabe Rintaro -- aka Okarin -- is an eccentric college student who dreams of conspiracy and chaos. Adopting the persona of a mad scientist, he spends his time developing oddball gadgets with his friends in their makeshift laboratory.
One day, they accidentally discover that one of their inventions can send emails into the past. In other words, they have created a time machine.
SERN, John Titor, the IBN 5100, the Butterfly Effect, and the 11 theories of time travel -- when chance brings these elements together in Akihabara, Japan, the fate of the world hangs in the balance.
What will Okarin choose when he holds the future in his hands?
Steins Gate is the award-winning time travel science-fiction interactive visual novel developed by 5pb. and Nitroplus. A group of teenage scientists discover the ability to alter the past by sending text messages through a modified microwave. Their experiments inevitably spiral out of control as they become entangled in a conspiracy surrounding SERN, the organisation behind supposed failed time travel events, and John Titor, a mysterious internet forum poster claiming to come from a dystopian future. With memorable characters, outstanding art design and a gripping narrative, Steins;Gate is a critically-acclaimed visual experience that can be experienced time and time again.
- Experience a twisting narrative where user interaction alters the course of the future.
- Forge lasting emotional bonds with the cast of original and hugely memorable characters.
- Observe an enhanced visual presentation of the unique and masterful art style.
- Become immersed in the world of Steins;Gate, only fleetingly touched upon in the anime adaptation.