The protagonist Fukami Suguha visits the historic graves of the forty-seven Akou rounin on New Year’s Day, but suddenly blacks out while observing the solar eclipse. He wakes up in the body of an Edo period samurai with the same name and face. Suguha is forced to adjust to life in the year 1701 as history unfolds, while getting to know the forty-seven rounin, whose personal details closely match history–except that many of them are women.
This is the all-ages sequel to FLOWERS -Le volume sur printemps-. In the season of first meetings, a girl with a wounded heart, Suou, found a friend and lover who would accept her. However, this friend and lover, left the school without telling her the reason. Suou was in denial about her loss, and fellow bookworm Erika was gravely worried and looked for a way to heal Suou’s broken heart.
With the early arrival of summer, a girl Chidori transferred into the school. She approached Erika by chance and told her that she was a coward. It was the worst first meeting for the two who would end up being twinned by ‘Amitié’.
“This is a story of a ‘future’ I wasn’t able to save.”
A “true sequel” that takes place November 2010, β Timeline — A world line where the protagonist, Okabe Rintarou, at the end of overcoming countless hardships and sorrows, had given up on saving “her.”
Okabe is at the bottom of despair… His friends worry for him…
And what about the “girl” he wasn’t able to save? Learn of it through the tale of “zero” where new encounters converge.
“She,” without a shadow of a doubt, continues to exist in there…
After long journeys via world lines, Okabe returned to his daily life, albeit crushed by the regret and misery of not being able to save “her.”
While helping out in a college seminar, he comes across Professor Alexis Leskinen and assistant Hiyajo Maho, who were both on the same team and school as “her.” There, he discovers “Amadeus,” a system still in the stages of development that can store human memories inside computers.
Okabe was told that the Amadeus had “her” memories stored inside, and was requested by Professor Leskinen to cooperate with him as an Amadeus tester by means of conversing with “her” through a monitor. The system was inputted with “her” memories before “she” had ever met Okabe.
Upon encountering “her” installed within this architecture, Okabe’s life begins to change completely…
It will include stories from three of the Steins;Gate novels, as well from some drama CDs.
Shirahane Suou, resolved in her search for (spoiler removed) — who went missing following summer — has gotten much closer to solving the mystery of her disappearance.
“I shall give you the key you seek, should you choose to succeed me as the president of the Council of Nicaea.”
Declared Yatsushiro Yuzuriha to her junior pursuing the shadow of her lost lover. Yuzuriha, knowing the mysteries of the academy, tried to thrust a burdensome demand to make her give up on that idea, despite knowing her true intentions; however, Yatsushiro Yuzuriha, gazing at her junior who seeks the truth, has also been holding on to a secret that should never see the light of day…
A number of bizarre events arise in Saint Angraecum Academy in the days of autumn.
Unreciprocated feelings of childhood friends, awakenings of affections, and many threads of love are interwoven together.
A tale of love and truth entangled in complexity begins to unfold…
“Why don’t you come to the planetarium? The beautiful twinkling of eternity that will never fade, no matter what. All the stars in the sky are waiting for you.”
It is thirty years after the failure of the Space Colonization Program. Humanity is nearly extinct. A perpetual and deadly Rain falls on the Earth. Men known as “Junkers” plunder goods and artifacts from the ruins of civilization. One such Junker sneaks alone into the most dangerous of all ruins — a “Sarcophagus City”. In the center of this dead city, he discovers a pre-War planetarium. And as he enters he is greeted by Hoshino Yumemi, a companion robot. Without a single shred of doubt, she assumes he is the first customer she’s had in 30 years. She attempts to show him the stars at once, but the planetarium projector is broken. Unable to make heads or tails of her conversation, he ends up agreeing to try and repair the projector…
April 26th, 2032 A.D. – Megalopolis Tokyo – 00:12 in the morning
A total lunar eclipse occurs for the first time in 3 years. Even though it’s supposed to be a simple astronomical phenomenon, it soon sets off a series of unexpected events. Unexplainable mysteries, terrorist incidents, and network crime surge as if in unison. The truth mixes with lies, as if the world is awake but still sleeping.
Something has begun. Somewhere no one can see. Something no one knows about.
This is a story of the chance meeting and tragic parting of the young men and women living in this world. Players get to play the game from 4 different points of view:
Route A – Hinata, a youth who has lost his sister and himself. Route B – Ishtar, a freelance programmer and leader of a hacker team. Route C – Ishtar, but seems a bit different from the Ishtar in Route B…. Route D – He, a man completely shrouded in mystery.
“The beginning is the end, and the end is the beginning”
The story is set in very distant future, in a time when mankind is just recovering from decades of war fought between Earth and a terraformed Moon. The war was so devastating that it set technological progress back by decades if not centuries, which is why the settings don’t look futuristic. Although the world is now at peace, there continues to be distrust between the Sphere Kingdom (Moon) and the Earth Federation. Travel between the two is restricted for diplomatic purposes and confined to a single spaceport on Earth.
So anyway, one day the lunar princess, Feena fam Earthlight, comes to the protagonist’s house for home stay…
Urashima, an island far from the mainland. The people who live there lead carefree lives. But five years ago, the island’s three great families suffered a series of misfortunes, and succumbed to suspicion. The people of the island cut off all contact with the mainland, and began a slow decline. The key to saving the island lies in three girls who belong to the three families. But they are bound by old traditions, and are conflicted. On that island, a lone man washes ashore. The man claims to be from the future, and he begins a solitary struggle to change the island’s fate.
In the game’s world, the island is closed off to outside contact due to a local disease known as “Baimonbyō” (Soot Crest Sickness) that was transmitted from the mainland. On the island, there is a legend of a tragic love between a boy named Setsuna, and a girl named Rinne. With the appearance of two individuals bearing the same name, the islanders ponder the legend’s significance.