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

Rank, title, date, tags, platforms and price Score Rating
98% 38,139 votes
99% 2,553 votes
99% 2,257 votes
96% 4,246 votes
93% 24,362 votes
93% 18,587 votes
95% 3,837 votes
94% 11,887 votes
96% 1,580 votes
96% 1,141 votes
96% 1,472 votes
93% 4,857 votes
95% 1,249 votes
92% 4,610 votes
91% 5,208 votes
100% 141 votes

Correlated tags

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

  1. Adventure 61%
  2. Story Rich 58%
  3. Singleplayer 49%
  4. 2D 46%
  5. Visual Novel 44%
  6. Casual 44%
  7. Indie 36%
  8. Anime 34%
  9. RPG 33%
  10. Atmospheric 31%
  11. Emotional 28%
  12. Multiple Endings 26%
  13. Exploration 26%
  14. Cute 26%
  15. Interactive Fiction 24%
  16. Mystery 24%
  17. Romance 24%
  18. Puzzle 23%
  19. Choices Matter 21%
  20. Female Protagonist 20%
  21. Simulation 18%
  22. Dating Sim 17%
  23. Fantasy 17%
  24. 3D 17%
  25. Colorful 17%
  26. Sexual Content 16%
  27. Choose Your Own Adventure 16%
  28. Horror 16%
  29. Dark 16%
  30. Action 15%
  31. First-Person 15%

The Drama tag in the context of video games refers to a genre or narrative element that focuses on storytelling, character development, and emotional engagement. These games often prioritize delivering compelling narratives, immersive experiences, and evoking strong emotions from players.

Games with the Drama tag typically feature:

  • Engaging Storylines These games put a heavy emphasis on storytelling, featuring intricate plots, richly developed characters, and thought-provoking themes. They may explore various genres such as adventure, role-playing, or visual novels to present their narratives.
  • Emotional Impact The primary aim of drama games is to stir deep emotions within players. The narrative and character arcs are carefully crafted to elicit feelings like joy, sadness, anger, fear, or empathy. Players may find themselves emotionally invested in the story's twists and turns.
  • Moral Dilemmas Drama games often present players with difficult choices or moral dilemmas that force them to make decisions with far-reaching consequences. These choices can shape the course of the story and impact the fates of both major and minor characters.
  • Cinematic Presentation Many drama-focused games employ high production values with cinematic cutscenes that enhance immersion. Voice acting performances and atmospheric music further contribute to the emotional impact of key moments.

Examples of well-known drama titles include:

  • The Last of Us Part II This highly acclaimed game explores themes such as loss, revenge, forgiveness, and redemption in a post-apocalyptic world. It delves into complex character relationships amid a bleak landscape, inviting players on an intense emotional journey.
  • Life is Strange This episodic adventure series follows the life of a high school student who discovers she has the ability to rewind time. It tackles themes of friendship, love, identity, and consequence, offering players choices that impact the story's progression.
  • Gone Home This narrative-focused exploration game takes place in an empty house where players piece together clues to uncover the story of a family's past. It emphasizes storytelling through environmental details and personal artifacts.

These games with the Drama tag offer immersive experiences that delve into deep and emotional narratives. They provide opportunities for interactive storytelling where players can connect with characters on a profound level.

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