The dark untold story of Steins;Gate that leads with the eccentric mad scientist Okabe, struggling to recover from a failed attempt at rescuing Kurisu. He decides to give up and abandons his lively scientist alter ego, in pursuit to forget the past. When all seems to be normal, he is seemingly pulled back into the past by meeting an acquaintance of Kurisu, who tells him that they have begun testing a device that stores the memory of a human and creates a simulation of them with their characteristics and personalities. Okabe begins testing and finds out that the simulation of Kurisu has brought back anguish and some new unexpected tragedies.Zero is a side story that explores events from the Beta Attractor Field's future that contribute in making the end of the original story possible.
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Fed up with her Dad's passiveness, Suzuha must make a man out of Daru before Yuki ends up with somebody else.
The episode was rated 7.38 from 81 votes.
It will take time for Okabe to identify the attackers and their motivation, but the impending crisis of WWIII forces Suzuha to resort to desperate measures.
The episode was rated 7.43 from 79 votes.
While OkaRintaro briefly has a vision of a world line where he is caught up in the middle of a war, which he eventually comes to realise was his Reading Steiner taking effect. Meanwhile, Suzuha explains to Daru that she is looking for Kagari Shiina, Mayuri's future adopted daughter who time-travelled with her from the year 2036 but became seperated from her in 1998. As Rintaro decides to help with the search, he gets a call from Ruka Urashibara about a pressing matter before finding Moeka before his doorstep. be is left with more questions than answers, Suzuha recruits help in her search for an unexpectedly close person.
The episode was rated 7.44 from 90 votes.
After reinforcements are called to clean Maho's disastrous room, her and Okabe's Akihabara date ends with a surprising confession from Maho.
The episode was rated 7.46 from 79 votes.
Shocked by a surprise attack, Suzuha and Daru look to America as their last hope to save the world.
The episode was rated 7.54 from 80 votes.
Mayuri tries to bring everyone together for a Christmas party at the lab, but Okabe has a rude awakening.
The episode was rated 7.58 from 101 votes.
Their search continues as New Years swiftly approaches, though Ruka's dilemma with a certain guest might make matters worse.
The episode was rated 7.61 from 99 votes.
Okabe must convince Maho to give up her prized possession, but an unexpected danger has them negotiating for their own lives.
The episode was rated 7.64 from 80 votes.
Now that the girl's identity is known, Okabe and friends kick off the New Years with a shrine visit and party to never forget.
The episode was rated 7.65 from 93 votes.
Though WWIII is on the horizon, Okabe attempts to live a normal college life. However, a newly developed AI is about to shake up his world.
The episode was rated 7.69 from 118 votes.
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