With new episodes added periodically there's content here, but limited interaction makes it more something to watch
I’ll admit, visual novels and their ilk are something I still haven’t developed a deep appreciation for, and while it has its charm I don’t think We Are OFK was able to move the needle in a more positive direction, though to its credit it also does nothing clearly wrong. The story and characters feel somewhere between a sitcom and a reality show featuring an odd collection of flawed 20-somethings. That means there’s definitely something authentic about the majority of the unusual players, but for the most part for you to get the most out of the experience that really needs to be enough for you. Interactivity is pretty limited, and in general the consequences to your decisions seem to be limited to the current conversation, but watching people struggle with their lives and challenges can at least be engaging if you’re looking for an experience headed in that direction.
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