These undeniably unrealistic mangas have some groove to it that I've never been able to identify yet could never let me stop reading. Arguable, I would've given this an 6.5-7 objectively but I'll give a generous 8.
It goes with the usual plot. The guy is super into anime due to some traumatic reason and is in love with 2d characters. After he saves the school's "punk" she becomes the sweetest thing and wants to become his real life waifu.
The story in its own accord is very fantasized, mostly targeting men with the dream of an ideal girl coming to their lives. The story revolves
around the usual ambivalent MC who refuses the love and would, I assume, eventually fall in love with the girl, nothing too new. However, I have no idea what keeps me interested in these stories. Probably it's dreamy idea?
Again, the female character(s) in this story are only a mechanism for men to dream of what could be, they girls are not really characterized as real girls. The main character, similar to other main character, is very "ignorant" in terms of love. Throughout the story, I believe he will learn about love more and more.
*Edit: Would say this barely passes the Bechdel test because the 2 female character speaks a lot yet serves as a mechanism to boost esteem of the boy and the reader. Not only that, the girls are certainly too easy going in my opinion.
I really really enjoy these types of mangas since it gives me a sense of dream, a sense that though this is not reality, its worth imagining it to be.
Overall, though art and enjoyment was great, it was all personal preference. With that being said, through the mundane use of plot line and character, I believe it is very normal and results could be predicted.