Feature Film tag
Tag created in June 2017
Feature Film's popularity amongst developers
This graph shows games released over the years with the Feature Film tag and the percentage they represent. The number of releases gives an appreciation of the quantity of games published each year. It often tends to increase naturally, just like the total amount of Steam games released.
The percentage gives a better estimate of the tag's trend. It shows if the Feature Film tag is getting more or less popular amongst developers. The Review chart can let us know if this trend is a positive thing (i.e. players interest for the tag is growing) or a negative one (the tag is overcrowded).
The Feature Film tag has peaked in 2020, with 4 games released. The popularity of the tag is in a range between 0.03% in 2011 and 0.0006% in 2022.
Note that the chart ends in 2022, probably because no game was released in this tag after that.
Feature Film's popularity amongst players
This graph displays the reviews for games associated with the Feature Film tag, both as count and as a percentage of all Steam reviews, and the value for an average game. If the chart is cluttered, you can always deactivate some lines by clicking on the legend.
While the review count clearly quantifies the reviews a tag receives, keep in mind that it also follows the popularity of Steam itself. The value normalized as a percentage of all Steam reviews is often more revealing, as it gives you the popularity trend for Feature Film tag games.
A typical game associated with this tag collected on average between 231 (2014) and 20 (2023) reviews. Bear in mind that it is the average, and it can be strongly influenced by extreme values, like the release of a very popular game with this tag.
The reviews per game as a percentage of the average show that games in the Feature Film tag received between 5% (2021) and 112% (2012) reviews compared to other tags.
Positive reviews ratio for Feature Film, per language
This graph shows an aggregated Steam rating for the whole Feature Film tag, separated by language. It helps estimate how different audiences judge a game with this tag. A lower rating doesn't necessarily mean that the audience doesn't like that tag. Some cultures have different standards and expectations. It will however affect a game's rating nonetheless.
The best rating for Feature Film games is 94% for the Spanish - Latin America audience, and the worst is 33% for the Finnish audience.
Explore the worlds of your favorite TV shows, fight their famous villains and retrieve nuclear batteries to escape the Landflix Odyssey!
|14.99||70%||Nov 12, 2020|
Nami - a perfect student - accepts a "special award" on her Graduation Day - but suddenly finds herself facing the horrors of a one-day nightmare.
|8.99||90.9%||Mar 28, 2021|
|The Great C|
Based on the sci-fi short story by Philip K. Dick, The Great C is a cinematic narrative featuring a thrilling storyline, stunning environments and a powerful soundtrack. The Great C is a sweeping 30+ minute experience, developed from the ground up to push the boundaries of storytelling in VR.
|Free||90.2%||Oct 8, 2018|
A worn out detective with his demons to fight and a homicide case to solve. Deluded is an interactive crime thriller movie with point-and-click investigation and adrenaline pumped quick time events.
|6.99||66.7%||Dec 20, 2021|
Who's the fannest of them all?
|Free||N/A||Oct 24, 2022|
Meteorites are very close , Explode it.
|2.99||N/A||Sep 8, 2018|
Home Alone meets Frankenstein Filled with lots of laughs and slapstick humour. You choose the actions of the bungling burglars who search an abandoned warehouse For a rare vintage pocket watch, and the obsessed film fan munching on snacks watching the events unfold.
|1.99||45.5%||Dec 22, 2020|
|Portal 2 - The Final Hours|
Portal 2 draws from the award-winning formula of innovative gameplay, story, and music that earned the original Portal over 70 industry accolades and created a cult following. For more information on Portal 2 click here.
|1.99||77.7%||May 17, 2011|
|The Book of Distance|
In 1935, Yonezo Okita left his home in Japan and began a new life in Canada. Then war and state-sanctioned racism changed everything—he became the enemy. His grandson leads us on an interactive virtual pilgrimage through an emotional geography of immigration and family to recover what was lost.
|Free||98.1%||Oct 8, 2020|
Loss always leaves an invisible trace. Witness a tragic death in a family; explore each member’s grief through seamlessly interactive storylines in live-action VR.
|5.99||N/A||Aug 21, 2019|
|Kamile: The Fall|
KAMILE is an interactive VR experience set in 2084. You are Kamile. Your husband is a genius scientist responsible for a huge breakthrough in AI development. When work-related incident turns into family drama you’ll be forced to fight and flight to protect your son and his secrets.
|4.99||73.7%||Mar 16, 2020|
|Titanfall - The Final Hours|
Written over the past four years, journalist Geoff Keighley ("The Final Hours of Portal 2") chronicles the making of TITANFALL from Respawn Entertainment. This longform app features never-before-seen photos, video and concept art from early development versions of the game.
|0.99||34%||Apr 16, 2014|
|Indie Game: The Movie|
The emotional journey of four developers as they sacrifice money, health and sanity to realize their lifelong dreams of sharing their games with the world.
|9.99||96.5%||Jun 12, 2012|