I give this a Rockmandash Remarkable, and a 9.75/10 overall.

February 20, 2017 – 01:01 am

Here is Kotaku's review of the game:

Rockmandash Reviews - Steins;Gate [Visual Novel]

Rockmandash Reviews - Steins;Gate [Visual Novel]

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Welcome to Rockmandash Reviews! This is my review Steins; Gate, the Visual Novel. Steins;Gate is a visual novel made which was a cooperative project by 5pb and Nitroplus. This is the second game in the "science adventure game" series, (The stuff with the semi-colon in the middle, the first game is Chaos;Head and the 3rd is Robotics;Notes) This is one of my favorites, so let's see how this shapes up in this review.

To put it simply, the writing of Steins;Gate is phenomenal. Steins;gate is a very genre savvy Visual Novel about time travel. The key word here is about, as a lot of series use time travel, but they almost never go over how it works. How time travel works is the main premise of Steins;Gate, and it even has references to real theories, real groups, and real people. The rules of time travel might be pseudoscience, but Steins;Gate sticks with these rules and makes it feel like a real thing. The plot was structured very well, almost like it was meticulously hand-crafted like a luxurious item. One thing that might bother some people is the pacing, which starts out slow. I don't believe the slow pace at the beginning holds back the writing at all, as that time is used well to develop the characters and make this game very enjoyable when they eventually punch your gut in chapter 5. Even if you didn't think the beginning was slow, definitely picks up. Once it picks up, you need to be prepared for one of the best experiences you will have ever experienced, with outstanding character development, unique scenarios because of this time travel plot, and an atmosphere that will blow your mind. It's an intellectual roller coaster, and it's a fun one.

Source: www.gamespot.com

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  • avatar Q: So the choice is just between those retarded no-gameplay "visual novels" and RPGs? No other genres?

    • There are other genres. Adventures with real movement, but since they don't have puzzles as per Japanese adventure-making rules, they are still kinda boring. 3D action games, mostly made by Illusion, including some good ones, like Des Blood 4. Turn-based strategy. NBA Live games where you can have sex with cheerleaders if your team wins. Just kidding about that last one. I just know much less about those than I do about RPGs. Probably because I like RPGs more as a genre. That's why this article is only about RPGs.
      Q: Why should I even read your article? I'll just go and play some hentai RPGs.