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Story Rich

Category Subjective

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

Rank, title, date, tags, platforms and price Score Rating
98% 193,561 votes
97% 128,018 votes
98% 15,040 votes
95% 113,909 votes
98% 9,169 votes
97% 11,829 votes
95% 36,765 votes
99% 2,645 votes

Correlated tags

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

  1. Adventure 65%
  2. Singleplayer 61%
  3. Indie 45%
  4. 2D 39%
  5. Casual 36%
  6. Atmospheric 36%
  7. RPG 31%
  8. Visual Novel 31%
  9. Exploration 28%
  10. Action 27%
  11. Puzzle 25%
  12. Anime 24%
  13. Choices Matter 23%
  14. Multiple Endings 22%
  15. Fantasy 22%
  16. Female Protagonist 21%
  17. Cute 20%
  18. Mystery 20%
  19. Horror 20%
  20. 3D 18%
  21. First-Person 17%
  22. Simulation 17%
  23. Colorful 17%
  24. Pixel Graphics 16%
  25. Drama 16%
  26. Interactive Fiction 16%
  27. Action-Adventure 15%

The Story Rich tag refers to a feature or characteristic of a game that places a heavy emphasis on narrative and storytelling. Games with this tag are known for their immersive and engaging narratives, often offering well-developed characters and complex plotlines.

When a game is described as "Story Rich," it means that the story plays a central role in the overall gameplay experience. Players can expect deep and meaningful narratives that unfold throughout the game, driving their actions and decisions.

In Story Rich games, players typically assume the role of a protagonist who embarks on an adventure or journey, facing challenges, making choices, and progressing through the narrative. The story may be linear or offer branching paths with multiple possible outcomes based on player decisions.

Some common characteristics of Story Rich games include:

  • Detailed Worldbuilding These games often feature intricately crafted game worlds with rich lore, history, and character backstories. The environment and setting play an essential role in telling the story. Examples include The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt or Bioshock Infinite.
  • Well-Developed Characters Story Rich games frequently include fleshed-out characters with depth, motivations, and personal growth throughout the course of the narrative. Notable examples can be found in games such as The Last of Us or Bastion.
  • Cinematic Presentation Many Story Rich games employ cinematic techniques like fully voiced dialogue, cutscenes, dynamic camera angles to enhance immersion. For example,The Outer Worlds,a game that combines engaging characters with a branching narrative.

Examples of Story Rich games include:

  • Red Dead Redemption 2 This game offers an epic, character-driven story set in the Old West. Players follow the journey of protagonist Arthur Morgan as he navigates a rapidly changing world and grapples with moral dilemmas.
  • Life is Strange series These episodic adventure games focus heavily on player choice and consequence, revolving around the lives of relatable characters and fantastical elements.
  • The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim As an open-world RPG, Skyrim presents players with a vast, immersive world filled with quests, factions, and intriguing lore for them to explore at their own pace.

Story Rich games offer players a deep narrative experience where they can become emotionally invested in the game’s characters and plot. They allow players to feel like they are part of an interactive story, often creating lasting memories long after completing the game.

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