This cult Wii hit isn't exactly survival horror, but it can certainly feel like it from time to time. All of a sudden, the world's population has all but vanished entirely. You take up the mantle of young Seto, a boy who's looking through Tokyo for survivors of the events that occurred to wipe off the face of humanity, and while wandering alone through the ruins of the past, happens upon another human being and also beings who wish to take his life. It's a bittersweet lense through which some extremely touching instances of human drama unfold.