Gone Home, on the other hand, gave me all the feels that Brothers wanted to. I think this was my first straight-up walking simulator (unless you count the Stanley Parable?) And although I enjoyed it and own a few other walking sims that I plan on playing, I also agree with some of Yahtzee's points about the style, that the player character never really has any adversity, and you're basically just interacting with someone else's story instead of having your own
Also, since he mentioned it in there as a precursor to these types of games, I feel I should recommend The Path for anyone that hasn't played it. As a game it's sometimes frustrating (there's a lot of areas where the game just suddenly won't let you run anymore and it forces you to walk instead and such) but as a piece of art it's great. It's based on Little Red Riding Hood. You can play as 6 sisters, of different ages between 9 and 17. You're told to follow the path to grandma's house, but really the objective is to go into the woods and find each sisters respective "wolf". I feel like giving away more than that will spoil it, but it's definitely worth checking out. The music is by Jarboe & Kris Force and is really good.
I know I mentioned him below as well, but I feel like some of you would probably also like Suda 51. Killer7 and No More Heroes are my favorites of the ones I've played, though he's done several others, some of which are only available on things I don't own.