A lot of games encourage optimization and making safe, smart decisions. Thankfully titles like Wildermyth and Disco Elysium challenge you to try a different approach.
While there will be no way to really see the full impact of your decisions in Deltarune until the full game is released, chapter two has revealed some of the more meaningful ways that elements in the game will, in fact, change based on the choices you make.
Witcher 3 gives you the freedom to choose differently in different situations, considering the specific context of each decision when you make it rather than always trying to angle for a particular path.
I've enjoyed my time with Fire Emblem Three Houses, but the way they handle giving the player choices could use some serious work.