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Steins;Gate is a 2011 anime television series adapting visual novel of the name. The anime was produced by White Fox and directed by Hiroshi Hamasaki and Takuya Satō, with composition by Jukki Hanada and music by Takeshi Abo and Murakami Jun.

The anime adaptation was initially announced on July 25, 2010, by Chiyomaru Shikura on his Twitter account, with further details being revealed on the September 2010 issues of the Japanese magazines Newtype and Comptiq. The anime started airing in Japan on April 6, 2011, spanning a total of 24 episodes, an OVA, and an alternate ending OVA meant to set up Steins;Gate 0.

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The plot follows the True Ending of the Visual Novel.

See also: List of Steins;Gate episodes

Differences from the game[]

The Steins;Gate anime features several noteworthy changes from the original visual novel:

Visual Novel Anime
Okabe bolts up to the rooftop to check the explosion in Chapter 1 with reporters and building staff following shortly, but they are told by Suzuha Amane to return to the conference. Okabe is the only one who checks the explosion in Episode 1. He does not enter the rooftop and instead sees Suzuha wave him away from afar.
Suzuha explains attractor fields and reveals her identity to John Titor in the Future Gadget Lab. Suzuha's explanation of attractor fields takes place at Radio Kaikan.
When Okabe meets Faris to fix the worldine, she is depressed about her loss to 4℃'s, who cheated. Okabe then uses the time leap machine to prepare Faris for his cheating so that she wins. The events of first iteration and 4℃'s's cheating are skipped entirely.
After Luka confesses to Okabe, Okabe panics and uses the time leap machine to go to 2 days earlier and confront Luka again, leading to Luka confessing to him earlier and them having 3 dates. Okabe accepts Luka's initial confession and they only go on one date.
Okabe attempts to steal the IBN from the public lockers after Moeka reveals its location to him. This leads to him getting arrested and having to get bailed out by his father. He then decides to wait for FB to pick it up. Okabe does not attempt to steal the IBN from the public locker and instead tries to wait from the start.
Yugo explains his past to Okabe and Moeka at his home before committing suicide. This traumatizes Nae who goes on to blame Okabe for his death. She then kills Moeka and reveals that in the future, after joining the rounders, she used the time-leap machine to go back in time to get revenge on Okabe. Yugo moves the conversation to an abandoned construction lot in order to keep Nae uninvolved. Yugo then shoots Moeka before killing himself.
Okabe gives Mayuri and Daru their Lab Mem badges in the lab. Mayuri isn't present at the lab because she is looking for Okabe.


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Anime Series
Media Steins;Gate (anime)Steins;Gate 0 (anime)The Movie - Load Region of Déjà VuSteins;Gate: The Sagacious Wisdom of Cognitive Computing