The platform via his official Twitter account Funimation confirmed that he will add the anime adaptation of the visual novels Stein's gate. to his catalog in Mexico and Brazil. The series will be available in its original language and with Spanish dubbing while the platform launches in December in the above countries.
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The original visual novel was developed and distributed by 5pb Y. Nitroplus was released for operating systems in Japan Windows in October 2009. Later it got different ports to other consoles. The 24-episode animated adaptation premiered in April 2011, followed by a second season of 23 episodes and the title Stones; Gate 0, published April 2018.
- Mamoru Miyano as Rintarou Okabe.
- Asami Imai as Kurisu Makise.
- Kana Hanazawa as Mayuri Shiina.
- Tomokazu seki as Itaru Hashida.
- Yukari Tamura as Suzuha Amen.
- Yuu Kobayashi as Ruka Urushibara.
- Haruko Momoi as Rumiho Akiha.
- Saori gotou as Moeka Kiryuu.
- Hiroshi hamasaki Y. Takuya Satou You were responsible for directing the anime in the studios white fox.
- Jukki Hanada was responsible for writing and monitoring the scripts in collaboration with John Michael Tatum Y. Masahiro Yokotani.
- Takeshi Abo was responsible for the composition of the soundtrack.
- Kyuuta Sakai was responsible for the character design.
Stones; Gate synopsis
The self-proclaimed mad scientist Rintarou Okabe rents a room in an old building in Akihabara, where he and his laboratory colleagues Mayuri Shiina and Hashida Itaru indulge in his hobby of inventing possible "devices of the future". The three of them spend a lot of time playing with their most promising item to date, the "microwave phone," which has the strange function of turning bananas into piles of green gel.
While the phenomenon is wonderful in itself, it doesn't provide anything concrete for Okabe's scientific research, or so they believed, until members of the lab discovered that the microwave phone can actually send emails into the past, changing the flow of history.
Source: Official Twitter account