Our World is Ended

Also known as Ore-tachi no Sekai wa Owatteiru, 俺達の世界わ終っている。,Oreowa or オレオワ. Sci-fi visual novel developed by Red Entertainment, directed by Naoki Morita of Sakura Wars fame, with art by Eiri Shirai and scenario by Tarou Achi. Indie game developer Judgement 7 finds itself caught up in a bizarre mystery when their AR experiments go wrong and cast them into a virtual world almost imperceptible from reality.

Developer: Red Entertainment
Publisher: PQube
Available on: PS4, PC, Switch

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Our World is Ended: Introduction - An introduction to Red Entertainment's Our World is Ended, also known as Ore-tachi no Sekai wa Owatteiru or OreOwa -- a visual novel regarded by some as a "masterpiece". Is it worthy of that title?
Our World is Ended: First Impressions are Lasting Impressions - Most people are not entirely what they might appear to be at first glance... but first impressions are important, too. Our World is Ended teaches us that we shouldn't judge a book by its cover.
Our World is Ended: Worlds Apart - What is fantasy and what is reality? If a virtual world is indistinguishable from the "real" world, is it still "virtual"? Our World is Ended asks all these intriguing questions and more.
Our World is Ended: Who Wants to Live Forever? - Can technology help us live forever? Our World is Ended explores this from a digital perspective, using concepts of virtual and augmented reality and the question of whether "the soul" is something that can be backed up.
Our World is Ended: The Harmony of Chaos - Wouldn't it be nice to live a perfect life? Well, perhaps... but it would also be boring. Our World is Ended explores how the diversity that chaos brings is, in many ways, infinitely preferable to boring old homogeneity.


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The MoeGamer 2019 Awards: Best Character Arc - The MoeGamer Awards are a series of “alternative” awards I’ve devised in collaboration with the community to celebrate the sorts of things that never get celebrated in end-of-year roundups! Find out more here — and feel free to leave a suggestion on that post if you have any good ideas! – We’re all about narrative-centric games here, … Continue reading The MoeGamer 2019 Awards: Best Character Arc
Waifu Wednesday: Yuno Hayase - Who doesn’t love a good girl? That, it seems, is the angle that Yuno Hayase, valued member of game developer Judgement 7 alongside her sister Asano, is going for. Throughout the early hours of visual novel Our World is Ended, Yuno represents a source of relentless positivity and optimism. She’s always there to encourage protagonist Reiji and … Continue reading Waifu Wednesday: Yuno Hayase
Waifu Wednesday: Natsumi Yuki - It’s fair to say that “insecurity” is a pretty core theme to Our World is Ended, and the different characters all express this trait in one way or another to varying degrees. To date, we’ve seen how Tatiana is a walking contradiction in terms of the clash between her naturally childish nature and her genius-level … Continue reading Waifu Wednesday: Natsumi Yuki
Waifu Wednesday: Asano Hayase - If there’s one type of character voice actress Eri Kitamura knows how to play well, it’s the seemingly aggressive but actually terribly insecure tsundere. Asano Hayase from Red Entertainment’s visual novel Our World is Ended is a great example, affording Kitamura the opportunity to demonstrate her full vocal range over the course of the character’s development and … Continue reading Waifu Wednesday: Asano Hayase
Waifu Wednesday: Tatiana Alexandrovna Sharapova - Well, it’s character-centric visual novel time again here on MoeGamer at the time of writing, and that always provides plenty of interesting female characters to discuss! The first heroine from Our World is Ended that I wanted to look at is Tatiana Alexandrovna Sharapova. She has been the subject of a certain amount of controversy thanks to … Continue reading Waifu Wednesday: Tatiana Alexandrovna Sharapova
The MoeGamer Podcast: Episode 22 – A Crafted World - Pete and Chris chat about games with a distinctive aesthetic -- specifically those that have the feeling of being "hand-crafted", or a toy-like look about them. Plus the usual news and "what we've been playing" talk.




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