What are the best Steins;Gate episodes ?

The critically lauded Steins;Gate has delighted anime fans with its well-constructed universe, a non-confusing time travel concept and an excellent story to boot. With the upcoming movie about to be released, let's travel back in time and take a look at the best and most dramatic Steins;Gate episodes ever. 

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    #1Achievement Point

    Achievement Point

    Achievement Point is the final episode of the 1st season of Steins;Gate. Okabe gets to travel one more time in time to set everything right and save the girl he never got the chance to love. His mission may also mean the end for the mad scientist. 

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    Bruce He
    Written on June 5, 2019
    "Achievement Point is the best Steins; Gate episode ever. I pity those who stopped watching after episode 4 thinking this show was dragging when in fact it's probably the best anime ever. It's the highest rated anime on IMDB of all time. In this episode, you'll understand why. The mindf**kery is unbelievable and the entire series is brilliant. The perfect example of a series finale where everything gets resolved satisfactorily. "
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    #2Being Meltdown

    Being Meltdown

    Being Meltdown is the 22nd episode of Steins;Gate Season 1. In the episode, Okabe must choose between saving Kurisu or Mayuri in order to continue his work against SERN. Okabe and Makise also find themselves saying goodbye to each other.  

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    Carol Hernandez
    Written on June 5, 2019
    "Steins;Gate is the best anime ever and this episode proves why. Ugh. I'm so broken-hearted! I legitimately couldn't stop crying after watching this episode. So depressing! 😭 P.S. Don't forget to watch the end credits or you'll be sorry! "
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    #3Physically Necrosis

    Physically Necrosis

    Physically Necrosis is the 14th episode of the anime adaptation of Steins;Gate. The story involves Okabe's failure to prevent the death of Mayuri. He then asks Makise's help to solve the riddle of time travel. Later on, Suzuha’s identity is revealed.

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    Humberto Pacheco
    Written on June 5, 2019
    "This is legit the best episode of the Steins Gate anime. It's like the depressing version of Groundhog's Day. It made my head spin and my heart break. Okabe's repeated attempts to save Mayuri just hit me right in the feels. BTW Suzuha is my fave character. Who's yours? "
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    #4Sacrificial Necrosis

    Sacrificial Necrosis

    Sacrificial Necrosis is the 16th episode of the anime series Steins;Gate. In the episode, Daru manages to repair the time machine, and Suzuha learns the truth about her father before traveling back to 1975 for one final attempt to change the future.

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    Bruce Sandoval
    Written on June 5, 2019
    "Who needs sleep when you can binge watch Steins;Gate? This show has so many d*mn plot twists but the story is structured in a way that's easy to follow, even logical. Sacrificial Necrosis is such a beautiful episode. It's the first one that made me cry. "
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    #5Open the Steins Gate

    Open the Steins Gate

    Open the Steins Gate is the 23rd episode of Steins;Gate Season 1. In the episode, Shuzuha explains that her mission is to prevent Kurisu's death and enter 'Stein's Gate' to prevent the impending World War III from happening. 

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    Phillip Roberts
    Written on June 5, 2019
    "What an amazing series! I love how Kyouma literally went through hell and he's still back on his feet. Never give up! "
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    #6Dogma in Ergosphere

    Dogma in Ergosphere

    Dogma in Ergosphere is the 12th episode of Steins;Gate. The story revolves around Kurisu completing her time machine with the aid of the LHC. Makise and Suzuha both show up for the LAB party, where armed thugs come looking for the time machine. 

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    Ronald Butler
    Written on June 5, 2019
    "Kurisu Makise!!! I f***ing hate Shouichi Makise. Who dafuq would kill his own daughter?!? This anime is so depressing but so good it makes others look like garbage. "
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    #7Metaphysics Necrosis

    Metaphysics Necrosis

    Metaphysics Necrosis is the 13th episode of the anime adaptation of the visual novel Steins;Gate. The story revolves around Okabe's desperation to prevent a tragedy he's already seen happen. He goes on a Time Leap and tries to save the life of Mayuri.

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    Angélica Castillo
    Written on June 5, 2019
    "So tragic. Seeing your childhood friend die repeatedly is terrifying. We all need a Rintarou Okabe in our life. I really want Steins;Gate Season 2 to happen but I'm legit scared it will scar me again for life. "
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    #8Finalize Apoptosis

    Finalize Apoptosis

    Finalize Apoptosis is the 20th episode of Steins;Gate, Season 1. The story involves Okabe's quest to save Mayuri and return to the original timeline by getting closer to the IBN 5100 and the mysterious FB. The path though is fraught with sacrifices. 

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    Bella Zhang
    Written on June 5, 2019
    "I knew episode 1 was way more important than we were lead to believe after watching episode 20! Eventhough I love Mayuri for being good and pure-hearted (plus she's Okabe's childhood friend) I'm actually glad he saved Makise instead because of the potential romance between them. "


Best What are the best Steins;Gate episodes
1Achievement Point TV Shows 18 Free
2Being MeltdownTV Shows 12 Free
3Physically NecrosisTV Shows 10 Free
4Sacrificial NecrosisTV Shows 4 Free
5Open the Steins GateTV Shows 3 Free
6Dogma in Ergosphere TV Shows 3 Free
7Metaphysics NecrosisTV Shows 2 Free
8Finalize ApoptosisTV Shows 1 Free

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