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

Rank, title, date, tags, platforms and price Score Rating
97% 47,416 votes
95% 36,696 votes
93% 816,230 votes
96% 13,679 votes
98% 2,794 votes
97% 5,083 votes
96% 5,669 votes
97% 3,025 votes
96% 4,257 votes
92% 265,071 votes
95% 8,438 votes
93% 24,773 votes
93% 25,780 votes
96% 2,316 votes
98% 1,023 votes

Correlated tags

Correlation is how often another tag appears together with this tag. If one in every five games tagged with Fantasy 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 Fantasy, with at least 15% correlation.

  1. Singleplayer 53%
  2. Adventure 52%
  3. 2D 45%
  4. RPG 43%
  5. Action 40%
  6. Indie 40%
  7. Casual 37%
  8. Colorful 25%
  9. Strategy 25%
  10. Pixel Graphics 24%
  11. Story Rich 24%
  12. Magic 24%
  13. Cute 23%
  14. 3D 23%
  15. Exploration 21%
  16. Anime 20%
  17. Atmospheric 20%
  18. Action-Adventure 18%
  19. Puzzle 17%
  20. Medieval 16%
  21. Female Protagonist 16%

The Fantasy tag refers to a genre that encompasses games set in fictional worlds and often involving magical or supernatural elements. Fantasy games draw inspiration from mythology, folklore, and imaginative storytelling to create immersive and fantastical experiences.

In fantasy games, players often assume the role of heroic characters who embark on quests or adventures in these imaginative realms. These games frequently feature epic narratives, richly detailed environments, and diverse cast of characters who may possess unique abilities or powers.

Fantasy as a genre allows for endless creativity and imagination. It can encompass various subgenres including:

  • Sword and Sorcery This subgenre focuses on heroic warriors armed with swords or other weapons battling against dark forces. The popular game series The Elder Scrolls exemplifies this subgenre with its vast, medieval-inspired world of Tamriel.
  • High Fantasy High fantasy emphasizes grandiose settings with intricate world-building and complex mythologies. The legendary universe of The Lord of the Rings Online is an excellent example of high fantasy, transporting players to the lands of Middle-earth filled with elves, dwarves, wizards, and epic battles between good and evil.
  • Dark Fantasy Dark fantasy introduces elements that are more sinister, gothic, or morally ambiguous into the traditional fantasy setting. Games like Bloodborne, set in a Victorian-inspired nightmare realm filled with terrifying monsters serve as exemplary dark fantasy titles.
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Fantasy games give players the opportunity to escape into fantastical realms, where they can become part of ancient prophecies, encounter mythical creatures, and wield extraordinary powers. These games offer a sense of wonder, exploration, and the chance to embark on epic adventures that transcend reality.

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