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

Rank, title, date, tags, platforms and price Score Rating
8.45
96% 30,414 votes
8.38
97% 5,201 votes
8.29
97% 2,817 votes
8.21
100% 545 votes
8.18
94% 11,890 votes
8.15
97% 1,302 votes
8.14
96% 2,024 votes
8.09
96% 1,472 votes
8.04
95% 1,252 votes
8.04
97% 538 votes
8.03
96% 892 votes
8.03
98% 416 votes

Correlated tags

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

  1. Visual Novel 70%
  2. Casual 62%
  3. Anime 54%
  4. Singleplayer 53%
  5. Story Rich 50%
  6. Sexual Content 49%
  7. Dating Sim 47%
  8. Nudity 44%
  9. 2D 43%
  10. Adventure 43%
  11. Cute 42%
  12. Indie 35%
  13. Choices Matter 33%
  14. Multiple Endings 31%
  15. Simulation 30%
  16. Female Protagonist 29%
  17. Mature 28%
  18. LGBTQ+ 27%
  19. NSFW 26%
  20. Choose Your Own Adventure 24%
  21. RPG 22%
  22. Drama 22%
  23. Colorful 22%
  24. Fantasy 21%
  25. Relaxing 21%
  26. Interactive Fiction 20%
  27. Hentai 19%
  28. Comedy 18%
  29. Funny 18%
  30. Emotional 18%
  31. 3D 15%

The Romance tag refers to games that prioritize romantic relationships as a central theme or gameplay element. These games often revolve around the development and exploration of romantic connections between characters, offering players the opportunity to experience love stories and emotional connections within the game's narrative.

In romance games, players typically have choices and interactions with various characters that can influence the course of their relationships. These choices may include dialogue options, gift-giving, or actions that affect how other characters perceive or feel about the player character.

Romance can be an essential aspect of different genres such as role-playing games (RPGs), visual novels, dating sims, or even adventure games. The level of depth and complexity in romance mechanics varies across different titles; some may offer multiple romance options with branching storylines or multiple endings based on player decisions.

While romance in video games can cover a broad range of relationships and orientations, including hetero-romantic, LGBTQ+ romances are becoming more prevalent within this genre as well.

Examples of popular romance-themed games include:

  • Dragon Age: Inquisition This RPG by BioWare allows players to engage in romantic relationships with various companions who have their own unique stories and personalities.
  • Stardew Valley A farming simulation game where players can pursue friendships and ultimately get married to one of several eligible bachelors/bachelorettes.
  • The Arcana - A Mystic Romance A visual novel game where players navigate a magical world while developing romances with intriguing characters.

Romance-focused games create opportunities for players to immerse themselves in intimate narratives filled with emotional depth and connection. They appeal to those who enjoy exploring relationships, character development, and the complexities of human connection.

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