Rorys approach was different, taking a leaf out of one of his favourite games. The game’s most memorable lesson for Rory was blackmail.

Is the apostrophe in this case correct?

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    The apostrophe in game's is correct, but you should have one in Rory's at the start of your question. – Michael Harvey Apr 14 '20 at 19:25

Yes, it is a genitive. Whose most memorable lesson? The game's.

Whose can be considered to work with things, too.

Thanks to @MichaelHarvey: Also at the beginning, there should be an apostrophe. Whose approach? Rory's.

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