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Multiple Endings

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

Rank, title, date, tags, platforms and price Score Rating
8.31
95% 21,543 votes
8.24
98% 1,344 votes
8.23
97% 2,529 votes
8.19
97% 1,714 votes
8.18
95% 3,849 votes
8.16
97% 1,394 votes

Correlated tags

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

  1. Singleplayer 57%
  2. Story Rich 56%
  3. Adventure 54%
  4. Choices Matter 48%
  5. 2D 44%
  6. Visual Novel 42%
  7. Indie 42%
  8. Casual 36%
  9. RPG 30%
  10. Anime 29%
  11. Atmospheric 28%
  12. Choose Your Own Adventure 27%
  13. Interactive Fiction 24%
  14. Exploration 23%
  15. Romance 23%
  16. Horror 23%
  17. Female Protagonist 22%
  18. Cute 21%
  19. Simulation 21%
  20. Action 21%
  21. Mystery 20%
  22. Puzzle 20%
  23. Dating Sim 18%
  24. Pixel Graphics 18%
  25. Drama 18%
  26. Fantasy 18%
  27. Sexual Content 18%
  28. 3D 17%
  29. Psychological Horror 17%
  30. First-Person 17%

The Multiple Endings tag refers to a feature found in certain video games where the narrative or outcome of the game can vary depending on the player's choices, actions, or decisions throughout the gameplay.

In games with multiple endings, players are not limited to a single predefined conclusion. Instead, they have agency over the story and its ultimate outcome. The choices made by the player can lead them down different paths or result in various conclusions that may significantly impact the game's narrative, characters, or gameplay.

This feature adds replay value to a game as players are incentivized to explore different possibilities and storylines by making alternative choices during subsequent playthroughs.

A couple of ways in which multiple endings can be implemented include:

  • Choice-based narratives Some games incorporate branching storylines allowing players to make decisions at key points in the game that ultimately influence how events unfold. These decisions could affect character relationships, plot twists, and even determine if certain characters live or die. Examples of games with robust choice-driven narratives and multiple endings include The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt and Life is Strange.
  • Morality systems Other games implement morality systems that track a player's actions throughout their journey. Choices made by players influence their moral alignment within the game world and can lead to different endings based on whether they adopt heroic behavior or take a more villainous path. The Fallout series and BioShock are known for incorporating morality systems that affect their multiple ending scenarios.

The inclusion of multiple endings allows players to have a more personalized and immersive gameplay experience, as their actions carry consequences that shape the game's narrative and outcome. It adds an element of replayability and encourages players to explore different paths, unravel hidden storylines, and uncover alternative endings.

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