Citizen Sleeper is great. You can tell it was written by one person that is a really good writer. It's messy and lives in the grey areas, but it still has something to say about the things it cares about. The subtext of capitalism and bodily autonomy are prevalent throughout. The idea of community and freedom are not just themes, but how you progress through the story. This is essentially a tabletop RPG presented with some visual novel elements. Depending on your physical condition, you start every day with a number of dice. You use these dice to determine your "success" or "failure" on various interactions. Oftentimes there's a ticking clock driving you to complete a thing, or your own hunger, or your body's need for certain medicines.
There seems to be quite a few endings, depending on how you spend your time, who you interact with and how. I saw 4 of them, none of them were more than bittersweet. It's just that kind of game. :)