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

Rank, title, date, tags, platforms and price Score Rating
94% 2,044 votes
97% 398 votes
91% 2,524 votes
94% 520 votes
90% 3,043 votes
90% 1,951 votes
93% 475 votes
93% 314 votes
91% 603 votes
96% 95 votes
94% 125 votes

Correlated tags

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

  1. Story Rich 57%
  2. Adventure 52%
  3. Singleplayer 42%
  4. RPG 41%
  5. 2D 41%
  6. Exploration 39%
  7. Fantasy 34%
  8. Atmospheric 33%
  9. Action 32%
  10. 3D 25%
  11. Indie 24%
  12. Casual 24%
  13. Pixel Graphics 24%
  14. Action-Adventure 23%
  15. Multiple Endings 22%
  16. Horror 21%
  17. Choices Matter 20%
  18. Puzzle 20%
  19. First-Person 20%
  20. Colorful 19%
  21. Mystery 19%
  22. Visual Novel 18%
  23. Anime 18%
  24. Strategy 17%
  25. Dark 16%
  26. Female Protagonist 16%

The Lore-Rich tag is used to describe games that have a deep and extensive lore or backstory. Lore refers to the detailed background information, history, mythology, and storytelling elements that are created to enrich the game's world and provide a sense of depth.

Games with the "Lore-Rich" tag typically have well-developed narratives and expansive lore that expands beyond what is directly experienced in gameplay. This can include:

  • Worldbuilding Lore-rich games often feature intricate worldbuilding, with detailed histories, cultures, religions, languages, and geography. These games create a sense of immersion by providing players with an expansive and believable fictional universe. Examples of this include "The Elder Scrolls" series or "Final Fantasy XIV".
  • Backstory A key aspect of lore-rich games is having rich backstories for characters or factions. Players may encounter references or hints to events from the past that help contextualize the current state of the game world. Games like "Dark Souls" or "Mass Effect" have extensive backstories for their characters, races, and conflicts.
  • Mythology Some lore-rich games incorporate mythology into their storytelling. They may draw inspiration from real-world mythological figures or create their own mythologies within their fictional worlds. The "God of War" series explores Greek mythology while titles like "The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild" introduce its own mythology.

Lore-rich games often provide players with optional ways to delve deeper into the lore through collectibles, books/journals found in-game, audio logs/recordings they can discover while exploring.

This tag appeals to players who enjoy immersing themselves in a rich and detailed fictional world, exploring its history, and discovering hidden knowledge. By offering an engaging lore, these games create a sense of depth, atmosphere, and intrigue that can enhance the overall gaming experience.

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