Interfectorem (2016) is a horror/mystery point-and-click game that truly utilizes the definition of its title: “killed, destroyed” throughout its narrative.
Telltale's The Walking Dead series turns the danger of zombies into a backdrop for the true story: the examination of humanity and the desperation that arises as a consequence of the apocalypse.
Like a short story you would finish in an afternoon, Transistor shines in its simplicity, unencumbered by complicated storylines and overwhelming narrative.
Masks are popular for symbolizing hidden selves, representative of secret agendas not immediately ready to be narratively explained. Masquerada displays a duality between expressed self vs hidden self, and it becomes apparent in different forms.
What I found to be most interesting about Persona 5 is that it combines many of the features of previous games in the series while changing up the formula in way that creates a more fluid narrative progression than before.