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We Are OFK

Team OFK
Aug 18, 2022 - Nintendo Switch, PC, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4

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55 / 100
7 / 10
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IGN Italy
7.8 / 10
God is a Geek
8 / 10
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We Are OFK - Title Sequence - Coming to Switch this Summer!

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We Are OFK - PlayStation Reveal

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Critic Reviews for We Are OFK


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Teen angst, a diverse cast, and simplistic interactivity accompany a real life music EP.

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An uncomfortable blend of vulnerability and brand consumption.

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We Are OFK incorporates elements of a visual novel and a televised biopic to tell an emotionally rewarding story about a band coming together.

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Impressive efforts with a few noticeable problems holding them back. Won't astound everyone, but is worth your time and cash.

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We Are OFK is a musical narrative experience that perfectly justifies its genre-defying position; the music is hot, the cast are hotter, and not only will you care about them, you'll care about hearing the next thing they do. It's exceptional.

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We Are OFK is an intriguing visual novel, which in its best moments knows how to suck the player into the emotional vortex of the story, while following the birth of a group that is virtual, but strangely realistic.

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We Are OFK is a poignant story of growing up in the modern era, where love and music go hand in hand to shape our futures and lives.

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Even as the credits roll, We Are OFK is still an unusual game to describe. It’s an introduction to a band made up of fictional characters that aims to penetrate the real world and make a true cultural impact. We have no idea if this will be a success, but the story being told throughout its five episodes rings so true and feels so real that I can’t help but cheer them on. Itsumi, Luca, Jey, and Carter already feel like trusted old friends, people I’ve been through the shit with and can stand alongside as they hope to realise their dreams. In a medium where narrative adventures have grown rather predictable, this one shines.

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