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Epic

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Top 50 best Steam games of all time tagged with Epic, according to gamer reviews.

Rank, title, date, tags, platforms and price Score Rating
8.21
93% 16,300 votes
7.68
93% 271 votes
7.31
92% 64 votes
7.27
96% 27 votes
6.99
89% 36 votes
6.88
100% 7 votes
6.87
86% 37 votes
6.85
82% 111 votes
5.84
100% 1 votes
5.60
60% 229 votes
5.34
56% 100 votes
4.37
36% 14 votes

Correlated tags

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

  1. Indie 76%
  2. Singleplayer 74%
  3. Action 63%
  4. Adventure 52%
  5. Great Soundtrack 41%
  6. Casual 33%
  7. Multiplayer 31%
  8. 2D 30%
  9. Fantasy 30%
  10. Strategy 28%
  11. RPG 28%
  12. Atmospheric 26%
  13. Funny 22%
  14. Story Rich 22%
  15. Simulation 22%
  16. Sci-fi 20%
  17. Exploration 20%
  18. Retro 20%
  19. Difficult 20%
  20. Family Friendly 19%
  21. First-Person 19%
  22. Comedy 17%
  23. Puzzle 17%
  24. Fast-Paced 17%

The Epic tag is used to describe games that are grand in scale, scope, or ambition. These games often offer expansive worlds or narratives that immerse players in epic adventures and experiences.

An epic game typically involves a grand story with high stakes, featuring heroic characters and monumental conflicts. These games may have a sprawling open world, multiple interconnected regions or levels, and a rich lore that adds depth to the gameplay experience.

Some characteristics of epic games include:

  • Grand Narrative Epic games often have an intricate and captivating storyline that spans multiple acts or chapters. The story may involve saving the world from imminent destruction, embarking on a heroic quest to defeat powerful enemies, or uncovering long-lost secrets of ancient civilizations.
  • Vast Environments Epic games typically offer players vast environments to explore, whether it's an intricately detailed fantasy realm, a post-apocalyptic wasteland, or a galaxy teeming with planets waiting to be discovered. These environments often provide opportunities for discovery through exploration.
  • Scale and Depth Epic games usually feature complex gameplay mechanics and systems that allow for deep customization options and character progression. Players may be able to make impactful choices throughout the game that affect the outcomes of events or shape their character's development.
  • Emotional Impact Epic games aim to evoke strong emotional reactions from players through immersive storytelling, memorable characters, and dramatic moments. They can elicit feelings of triumph after overcoming challenging obstacles or sadness when faced with devastating losses.

Examples of epic games include:

  • The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim This open-world RPG offers an expansive map filled with diverse regions, rich lore, and a vast array of quests and storylines for players to explore.
  • The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Known for its immersive storytelling and detailed world-building, this epic RPG puts players in the shoes of Geralt of Rivia as he embarks on a quest to save his loved ones from a supernatural threat.
  • Mass Effect series This sci-fi trilogy takes players on an epic journey across the galaxy, allowing them to shape the fate of civilizations through intricate decision-making and intense combat encounters.

Epic games offer players a sense of awe, adventure, and immersion through their grand narratives, expansive worlds, and memorable experiences that leave a lasting impact.

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