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Top 150 best Steam games of all time tagged with Conversation, according to gamer reviews.

Title, date, platforms and price Score Rating
100% 499 votes
97% 397 votes
95% 621 votes
94% 212 votes
87% 6,642 votes

Correlated tags

Correlation is how often another tag appears together with this tag. If one in every five games tagged with Conversation is also tagged with a correlated tag, the correlated tag has 20% correlation. 100% correlation means the pair of tags always appear together.

Tags most frequently applied to the same games as Conversation, with at least 15% correlation.

  1. Story Rich 53%
  2. 2D 50%
  3. Adventure 49%
  4. Singleplayer 48%
  5. Casual 45%
  6. Visual Novel 40%
  7. Choices Matter 35%
  8. Indie 34%
  9. Multiple Endings 30%
  10. Interactive Fiction 28%
  11. Atmospheric 26%
  12. Exploration 25%
  13. RPG 25%
  14. Cute 23%
  15. Simulation 23%
  16. Funny 22%
  17. Anime 21%
  18. Choose Your Own Adventure 21%
  19. Colorful 21%
  20. 3D 20%
  21. Romance 20%
  22. Puzzle 19%
  23. Mystery 18%
  24. Female Protagonist 18%
  25. Fantasy 17%
  26. Text-Based 17%
  27. Pixel Graphics 17%
  28. Drama 17%
  29. Point & Click 17%
  30. Relaxing 16%
  31. Hand-drawn 16%
  32. Emotional 16%
  33. Comedy 16%
  34. Action 15%

The Conversation tag in the context of Steam games typically refers to a prominent feature or element within a game that focuses on dialogue, storytelling, and narrative-driven experiences. This tag is often used to identify games where conversation and interaction with characters play a key role in progressing the story and influencing the outcome.

In games with the Conversation tag, players can expect:

  • Dialogue Choices These games offer branching dialogue options, allowing players to make decisions that impact the story's direction. The choices made during conversations can affect character relationships, unlock new opportunities or quests, and alter the overall narrative arc.
  • Character Interactions The focus is on interacting with non-player characters (NPCs) through deep and meaningful conversations. Engaging in discussions may reveal valuable information about the world, lore, quests, or provide insights into the lives of these virtual individuals.
  • Storytelling Emphasis Conversation-heavy games tend to prioritize storytelling as a core element of gameplay. Through engaging dialogue exchanges and narrative exposition, players are immersed in richly crafted worlds where characters' stories unfold before them.
  • Moral Dilemmas Many conversation-centric games present players with moral choices that carry consequences throughout the game. These choices may involve ethical dilemmas where decisions made result in rewards or repercussions for both player character development and story progression - providing an added layer of immersion.

Examples of games featuring strong conversation mechanics include:

  • The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt This critically acclaimed RPG offers complex dialogues with various outcomes that directly impact quest lines and character relationships while immersing players in its intricate world inspired by Andrzej Sapkowski's books.
  • Life is Strange This episodic adventure game centers around a college student named Max, who discovers she has the ability to rewind time. Players navigate through conversations and choices that have ripple effects on the story, tackling themes of friendship, love, and consequences.
  • Disco Elysium A unique role-playing detective game where players embody a troubled detective attempting to solve a murder case. Conversations with NPCs are central to uncovering clues and shaping the protagonist's personality and worldview.

The Conversation tag signifies that dialogue and interacting with characters play significant roles in the gameplay experience, allowing players to shape stories, explore branching paths, and immerse themselves in complex narratives.

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