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Steins;Gate: Complete Series, Part Two (Blu-ray/DVD Combo)

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Prepare yourself for the mind-bending conclusion to the sci-fi anime event of the year!

The microwave is a time machine and the girl gets shot. Okarin sends another text. Nukes another banana. The mad scientist meddled with forces he never should have known about. The girl gets run over by a car. Okarin goes back to stop the bleeding. Dashes madly through the dark streets. Races against time. The girl gets hit by a train. Failures and flatlines multiply in a ghastly pattern of repetition. Over and over and over again until sanity is stripped away and you start to notice shapes slipping in and out of the shadows. SERN. The girl gets stabbed before and after the kissing. Okarin grows frantic. Bodies pile up around him. SERN is getting closer. The girl is bleeding. A Top Secret Future Gadget Lab member from the future is their only hope. The blood sprays and the girl dies. SERN destroys the world. Kills all the girls. There is time for one last try. Now Okarin bleeds but he won't stop. Ever. The microwave is a time machine and the girl always gets shot.

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The outré sci-fi adventure Steins;Gate grows darker and more complex as the filmmakers draw together the twisted strands of the plot. Self-proclaimed "mad scientist" Rintaro Okabe and the oddballs who make up his lab--ingenuous cosplayer Mayuri, red-haired genius Makise, super-hacker "Daru" Hashida, techno-warrior Suzuha, shy texter Moeka, transgendered Ruka, and maid café entrepreneur Faris--have actually created a time machine out of an improbable assemblage of electronic junk. But its creation means they're subject to the deadly wrath of the cutting-edge research center SERN. Are the texts from rebel time traveler John Titor true? Is Okabe the savior who can prevent the establishment of an oppressive dystopia ruled by SERN? And can Okabe fulfill that mission without imperiling the lives of his friends? Despite the problems and paradoxes inherent in any time-travel narrative, the cast and crew of Steins;Gate bring the story to a satisfying and curiously logical conclusion. Each character remains true to himself or herself, and each willingly sacrifices personal rewards for a better future they can share. Okabe may have grown a little wiser through his often wrenching experiences, but he remains as unapologetically nutty as he was when the series began. Voice actor J. Michael Tatum keeps Okabe appealing and believable, even at his emotional extremes, and the rest of the cast performs with equal aplomb. A delightful mixture of adventure, mystery, romance, and slapstick, Steins;Gate ranks among the very best recent anime series, and the theatrical feature slated for release in Japan in early 2013 is something to look forward to. (Rated TV 14: violence, violence against women, grotesque imagery, risqué humor) --Charles Solomon

(13. Metaphysical Necrosis, 14. Physical Necrosis, 15. Missing Link Necrosis, 16. Sacrificial Necrosis, 17. Made in Complex, 18. Fractal Androgynous, 19. Endless Apoptosis, 20. Finalize Apoptosis, 21. Paradox Meltdown, 22. Being Meltdown, 23. Open the Steins Gate, 24. The Prologue Begins with the End, 25. Egoistic Poriomania)


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Product Details

  • Actors: J. Michael Tatum, Trina Nishimura, Jackie Ross, Tyson Rinehart, Cherami Leight
  • Directors: Colleen Clinkenbeard
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Blu-ray, Animated, Color, Widescreen
  • Language: Japanese (Unknown), English (Unknown)
  • Subtitles: English
  • Dubbed: English
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: Funimation
  • DVD Release Date: December 18, 2012
  • Run Time: 300 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (57 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B009B82FCS
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #36,474 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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This is one of the most beautiful, mesmerizing and at times heart wrenching stories I have ever watched. Part 1 moves slow for the first few episodes but don't give up. The story starts to pick up around disk 2 and it simply pulls you into it. Word of caution, you have to watch every second of it or you'll be completely lost. I advise also buying both part 1 and part 2 because part 1 does end on a cliffhanger. Just so you know there's no fan service, or big breasts or even nudity and the story is better for it. The best anime I've watched in the last 6 - 12 months.

All and all I highly recommend this to anyone who not just loves anime but also an amazing story. Simply en-grossing.
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In a shocking twist, Shiina Mayuri reveals herself to be a Rounder spy is killed by Moeka Kiryu. Now Rintaro must go through time travel to rescue Moeka but also tries to find out Moeka's true mission. Rintaro learns from one time leap that SERN has targeted the lab because Rintaro created a time machine and was publicly about to announce it.

Now knowing the truth that his creation has led to a friend's death, will Rintaro be able to prevent Moeka from getting killed? Find out in the last half of "Steins;Gate Part 2″!

VIDEO:

"Steins;Gate: Part 2″ is presented in 1080p High Definition. Although there are major animation studios who do a great job with some TV series, the fact is that they are busy doing several series at a time. But when you have a company who doesn't have so many things going on all at once, sometimes these anime studios put all they have into an anime TV series, making it so well-detailed, that you can't help but be impressed. My belief is that White Fox, the animation studio behind "Steins;Gate" put a lot into this series because it looks fantastic.

I love the amount of detail that goes into the character design but also the backgrounds. If anything, the cool look of what video gamers have seen through the "Steins;Gate" video games will notice the the high quality production with the TV series. There are scenes that are intentionally created to look soft, but colors are vibrant at times and if anything, the series looks amazingly robust and well-saturated on Blu-ray!

As for any problematic issues, I did see some banding mainly scenes that focused on Okabe but nothing terrible.

AUDIO:

"Steins;Gate: Part 2″ is presented in English Dolby TrueHD 5.1 and Japanese Dolby TrueHD 2.0.
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I'm writing this review partly because I LOVE this series. It's my favorite anime. I'm also writing it in order to get the spoiler comment off of the front page.

I can't say too much of the plot of part 2 without spoiling it. Though I can say that it stays consistent with how good the first part is.

The thing about this series is that it doesn't contradict itself. So many sci-fi stories, movies and shows do this, which totally destroys the sense of reality of the piece of work (within it's own universe of course). Kind of breaks the fourth wall, but that doesn't happen here.

The second thing about this series is that the aesthetic qualities of it are just amazing. If you take any episode and just study the camera angles, the different shots and the lighting conditions that they create all through drawings, you will be astounded. This applies to the first part as well. Hell, even the first 2 minutes of the first episode! It's really cool.
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I am going to leave this review on part one and part two seeing as part one is lacking in review numbers.

Steins;Gate is an anime series I picked out on a whim to buy. I have seen the name around on anime forums and I even saw it was ranked "number one" on the list of top 100 animes. My cup of tea is mecha and romance so this one was a bit out of my reach; however, I saw someone compare it to Serial Experiments Lain which I hold dear to my heart. So I gave it a shot.

I sat down and watched episode one and thought that the animation was beautiful, a true work of art. I however found my self lost, as if I lost all since of self, it has never happened before during anything I have watched... I had to keep watching! Episode after episode passed and by the time I hit episode three Steins;Gate had me in its grasp. I was hooked. Next thing I know, i'm at episode 25 (the OVA) and I am in complete shock that this show has slipped under my radar for so long... It truly is a work of art. The first thing you will hear is, "Consider, can the universe be justifiably called infinite? Doubtful. It may not have a discernible end, but it had a beginning; and its component parts definitely have a limited cosmological shelf life. Splitting hairs or not; if history tells us anything it's that scientists make very poor poets: we're all just a ship of fools chasing phantoms, heedless of what really underwrites natural law."

I am in fact a scientist so I can relate to the struggles of the two main characters. It's sad the amount of times we can fail as humans but we keep trying in order to save those that we love. Time is not something we all can bend to our will to gain what we want and if anything this show has taught that we need to love the time we have with those we care for most because everything can change in an instant...

We really are fools on a ship chasing phantoms...
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