If you haven't played this one yet, Kevan Brighting is the reason why you really should. He narrates a game whose sense of humor is kinda like something the guys from Monty Python would come up with. The Stanley Parable cleverly turns the lack of real freedom in video games on it's head. The narrator wants you to go one way, but you could spurn him and take the roads less traveled, much to the narrator's annoyance.
The setting may look like a boring office, but don't let that fool you. It's packed with surprises and humor that could floor you; but the problem with that is once you've quickly discovered most of what the game has to offer, the roads less taken end up looking more like beaten paths.
Final Score: 78/100 (Bronze Medal)