"YOU'VE CREATED A MONSTER, OKABE" -MAKING BLACK HOLES | Let's Play Steins;Gate Elite (blind) part 31

In today’s Let’s Play Steins;Gate Elite, we finally, finally figure out how the PhoneWave (name subject to change) works. And it turns out its a superweapon capable of destroying cities? What!? Conveniently, our characters are helped out of a bind by Christina the Zombie, who’s been holding back a few key bits of knowledge. The solution is pretty preposterous, but, so it goes. We also do a BSG-style discussion about memories, personality, and consciousness, all of which seem pretty relevant to the situation at hand.

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“YOU’VE CREATED A MONSTER, OKABE” – MAKING BLACK HOLES | Let’s Play Steins;Gate Elite (blind) part 31

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“STEINS;GATE ELITE follows a rag-tag band of tech-savvy young students who discover the means of changing the past via e-mail using a modified microwave. Their experiments in pushing the boundaries of time begin to spiral out of control as they become entangled in a conspiracy surrounding SERN, the organization behind the Large Hadron Collider, and John Titor, who claims to be from a dystopian future.

Key Features
*Fully Animated Adventure – Indulge in all the beautiful animation from the STEINS;GATE anime, plus newly created sequences for certain endings.
*A New Way to Time Leap – Experience the world of STEINS;GATE with this remastered, ultimate version that features newly animated sequences for certain endings.
*Branching Storylines – Every choice you make has its own consequence, shifting the world line closer or farther from reaching 1% divergence, and providing a multitude of endings.

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  1. It always kinda bugged me you guys keep getting stuck on the salt not jellifying thing. They confirmed the jellification was a result of the matter being fractionally shredded by the process, right? Salt is a simple self repeating crystalline structure. Fractionally shredding it wouldn't change its chemical composition. It would just become slightly lighter salt.

  2. Phineas Gage, the man who had the metal rod accident, did manage to make a complete social recovery_, after the accident left him as a hostile and agressive man, however there are no accounts of him recoverying his previous personality. The injury _did affect his personality, but the recovery was mostly on his behavior and conduct.

  3. The message from Suzuha in this episode made me smile. 🙂 Keeping yourself away, disconnected from other people makes you not get hurt, but still leaves you (at least) a bit empty. Are you having a hedgehog's dilemma like like a certain boy from a popular anime from the 90s? That's true, you can get hurt from having a relationship with another person, but is the nullification of the risk of getting hurt worth abandoning hope of having positive memories of your time together for the rest of your life, especially at your young age? I think you already know the answer, Part-Time Warrior. 😉

  4. As someone who played the original VN and watched the anime before playing Elite, I was wondering why you kept complaining about not seeing Moeka's DMail. I guess my brain just unconsciously inserted that information when I was playing Elite.

  5. If a human was compressed into 36 bytes of data, and was split up like the D-Mails, wouldn't that just be a form of self mutilation? I'm now having this mental image of a pair of legs just walking along without a body, the torso and arms doing whatever task it can possibly do with just the use of arms and hands, and a person's head just rambling away on whatever topic it wants to talk about. Sometimes, my imagination is just plain weird.

  6. 46:46 Oh man, I feel like I’m playing Zero Escape again, with the story about the construction worker, and then Daymon even saying ‘The part nobody seems to remember is-‘. It feels a lot like some of the conversations in 999.

    That’s a good thing, btw, I loved 999 xD

  7. Oh… I actually completely forgot that the PhoneWave has an energy output of like… 50+ nukes…
    Microwaves man… they're freaking terrifying.

  8. Conspiracy under a rock? Totally possible.
    Also maybe you should play the original then.
    Also black holes don't reduce the data bytes period, it's just the same data in the smaller space or partially destroyed.
    31:18 Reading Steiner, nah?

  9. Women are like Black holes, they start like a bright young star until they grow big and red THEN they explode into a empty Black hole that swallows you whole…..

    This is why Black Hole-chan is the ultimate waifu FIGHT ME

  10. About the phone video thing:
    Okabe has only been the recipient of a D-Mail once before, and that's when he sent to the lottery numbers. Of course, in the time when Okabe would have received the numbers — which was seven days before the mail was sent — he had no idea that the Phone Wave could send mails back to the past. So, of course he didn't do anything special. He just treated it as a weird email and sent a lackey to do his bidding.
    This time, however, Okabe sent a D-mail to himself just one day ago. That version of him would most likely be able to tell that he had received a D-mail from himself, and act accordingly. This includes recording footage of the party for his memory.
    Or, he might have just taken video because it was a fun party that he wanted to record. Either way, I do think Wii^2's thoughts that Okabe recorded it with his memory in mind are well founded.

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