MF0: Firebrands is a painfully gorgeous masterwork of well-balanced minigames and storytelling mechanics that lend themselves perfectly to letting the player group tell any number of stories about relationships that feel real—an intricate tangle of emotional and political complications.
You'll play your way through trying to further your cause while clashing with your enemies, competing with your rivals, and kissing your friends. Except maybe those friends you're kissing started out as your enemies, and maybe the people you initially thought were your friends turned out not to be. Maybe your rivals always hoped to work together, or maybe they'd sell you out for a day's extra pay.
It's a fantastic game: worth playing again and again just to see how many ways everything can turn out when mixed up together under pressure.