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It's a habit I'm trying to break away from but I thought I'd give a list of video games that other people interested in the occult might find interesting. Feel free to add your own suggestions or favorites. All of the games in my list are available on Steam.
-Adam Wolfe -Fahrenheit: Indigo Prophecy Remastered -Goetia -Greenwood the Last Ritual -In Verbis Virtus -Leap of Fate -Mortificatio -Murdered: Soul Suspect -Open Sorcery -The Room -The Room Two -The Secret World -Shadow Man -This Book Is A Dungeon -Tormentum: Dark Sorrow -The Vanishing of Ethan Carter (and the Redux version) -Voodoo Garden -We Know the Devil
These are just the occult themed games in my library that I've played (not necessarily completed) so far and thought others might find relevant. I'm the type of person that can take inspiration from just about anything though. I have a lot of other games with magic or supernatural themes that I don't think are of as much inspirational or entertainment quality as these. I'm willing to answer questions about any of them if you're thinking of making a purchase. A lot of these games fall into the puzzle/adventure genre with a few exceptions.
As always I recommend the Persona Series on PlayStation. Philemon introduced the series idea to get people to understand the ability although it tends to be used without realizing. I prefer the Simulation/RPG style of 3, 4, & 5 but 1 & 2 are just as good but far more challenging.
"The Arcana is the means by which all is revealed... In the face of disaster lies the opportunity for renewal." Nyx Avatar
I recently finished Ahnayro: The Dream World. It's probably one of the hardest puzzlers I've done in a while but it has a lot of relevant themes. It's made by the same people that made The Black Watchmen. I never played that one because I didn't like the idea of missing out on live events and I'm not big on the ARG format.
I've noticed that a lot of hidden object/puzzle games use occult themes. If you look in the Steam catalog for hidden object games you'll find that just about all of them are based around supernatural events or themes.