Kagari attempts to track down the origins of a song in hopes that she discovers her lost memories.
Missing Link of the Annihilator -Absolute Zero-
Epigraph of the Closed Curve -Closed Epigraph-
Protocol of the Two-sided Gospel -X-day Protocol-
Solitude of the Mournful Flow -A Stray Sheep-
Solitude of the Astigmatism -Entangled Sheep-
Eclipse of Orbital Ordering -The Orbital Eclipse-
Eclipse of Vibronic Transition -Vibronic Transition-
Dual of Antinomy -Antinomic Dual-
Pandora of Eternal Return -Pandora's Box-
Pandora of Provable Existence -Forbidden Cubicle-
Pandora of Forgotten Existence -Sealed Reliquary-
Mother Goose of Mutual Recursion -Recursive Mother Goose-
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Natsuki Subaru, an ordinary high school student, is on his way home from the convenience store when he finds himself transported to another world. As he's lost and confused in a new world where he doesn't even know left from right, the only person to reach out to him was a beautiful girl with silver hair. Determined to repay her somehow for saving him from...
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Re:Zero and Steins;Gate 0 have so much in common; plot-wise, character personalities, both have zero in the title :) Both Rintaro Okabe and Subaru Natsuki have the abiltiy to go back in time and redo past events. They are desperately trying to keep their loved ones alive and out of harms way and ultimately attempting to reach that final perfect world line. If you enjoy one I'm sure you'll enjoy the other.
These to shows have a twist that is very similar. They are able to travel through time with one goal in mind, experience traumatic events along the way, and have incredible characters that draw you in from the beginning.
Same studio, excellently executed both. Similar themes about exploring different timelines.