Haha, I need to completely rewrite my previous comment, sorry about that! I completely sidetracked from this topics purpose, extremely sorry for that! Let me fix that now! Just a note, Im going to list a lot of games.
To begin with, I personally quite like the 4 games Christine Love has made, Digital: A Love Story Don’t take it personally, babe, it just ain’t your story (Which, BTW, is its actual name.) Analogue: A Hate Story, and then Analogue’s Sequel, Hate Plus. I also quite like 5 of the 6 US-Released Ace Attorney games, those being the Original Phoenix Wright Trilogy (PW:AA, PW:AA: Justice for All, and PW:AA: Trials and Tribulations), Miles Edgeworth: Ace Attorney Investigations, and then Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney: Dual Destinies. I avoid Apollo Justice like its the plague. Next on my list of favorites is Bravely Default, as it has a fairly interesting storyline in my opinion. Next is the Visual Novel, G-Senjou no Maou, or translated “The Devil on G-String”, which is a reference to the classic music piece “Air on the G-String”, a piece the game has 6 variations it likes to use. After that, is the highly popular Visual Novel Steins;Gate, which is one of the few visual novels (Ace Attorney games being the only other [If possible]), That i have a Boxed copy for, and in this case the Steins;Gate is the limited edition, so yay me. Next is CONSORTIUM, which had a pretty interesting storyline, and in my opinion had me eagerly awaiting the sequel (Which is yet to be released and is in the works). Next is Warcraft 3, and Warcraft 3: The Frozen Throne. Those two games (Or 1 game and expansion), have several campaigns that I find to be quite fun, and each one ties into the others, until a finale that i will not spoil. After that, I quite liked the Campaigns of Starcraft 2: Wings of Liberty, and Starcraft 2: Heart of the Swarm. Along with the rather nice gameplay, both of these Campaigns fleshed out their respective characters quite well, sometimes letting you interact with them freely between missions, along with this, they each had a pretty neat (to me) plot. And then finally, one of the favorite games for a storyline… is Narcissu. A game that takes “Visual Novel”, to its literal definition. Unlike Steins;Gate, G-Senjou no Maou and the Ace Attorney series that have SOME interaction, Narcissu is nothing but reading and images. This game is free on steam, and is honestly one of the most touching games i feel i have ever played, and I was left really heartbroken after the ending.
WOW THATS A LOT OF GAMES.