Steins;Gate Episode 12 - (Sub) Dogma in Ergosphere

Tension builds at the Lab when Makise and Suzuha both show up for the party, but that's just the beginning. As the night draws to a close, armed thugs - led by a familiar face - come looking for the time machine.

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Hutai Hutai says

the Main Character in both shows go back in time to prevent something horrible that will happen in the future

Oneisin Oneisin says

There is some reflection, a sci-fi atmospheer, the main characters wants to save someone, he got a power he doesn't understand... Realyif you enjoyed steins;gate just go on!

geoisevil geoisevil says

Both have a focus on time travel and using it to save people, which has its consequences. As of writing this ERASED only has one episode out, so it's hard to tell if there will be more similarities to come, but from just the first episode I knew that this show had the potential to become as great as Steins;Gate.

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Diulf Diulf says

Both deal with hypothetical science, and the characters in both with to use special powers and technology to save people and create a better future. Although Madoka Magica is also fantasy-based, they share extremely similar plot events.

Madoka Magica arguably has more "action" in terms of literal fight scenes, while Steins;Gate focusses more on suspense. Both have "dark" moments, and there are certaninly some slightly terrifying scenes, but Steins;Gate also has some funny moments that provide comic relief without compromising the actual plot; Madoka Magica has more heart-warming, affectionate scenes to establish a balance through the implementation of positive thoughts and emotions.

dokurochan dokurochan says

Both series revolve around people obataining what they desire by altering the past in Steins;Gate, or making wishes in Madoka's case. However, the people who gain what they desired end up losing something equally as precious in the process. Both series has a character who is desperately trying to defy the harsh fate and bring the world into a bright future.

Madoka is more action and fantasy based, while S;G is a realistic sci-fi series that is suspense based. However, they are both excellent anime, so if you liked one you should enjoy the other.

Daleheart Daleheart says

Despite their drastically different genres and animation styles (both very good, just different), both of these shows feature a well written epic struggle against fate with characters fighting to change destiny.

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jansegre jansegre says

Feels similar in some ways. Involves time-leaps, loud protagonist, and allows itself some graphic violence.

imhawt imhawt says

Stiens gate is absolutetly the best anime ever created. It is my favorite anime of all time because the story is beutiful and so is the humor. I love animes with great story's to tell and this one made me tear up which doesn't happen quite often.

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Time resets for the protagonist to fix what is wrong and their mental state going array from doing so.