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January 15th, 2014, 06:50
A couple of oldies since I'll assume the Witcher, Witcher II and its ilk have already been devoured of their darker themed goodness. Keepin' it RPG, naturally.

Vampire the Masquerade: Redemption. (2000) Simplistic party based quasi-diablo clone that's worth playing just for the hysterical histrionics of the voice acting. Neat variety of settings too.
Ravenloft: Strahd's Possession (1994) It's a clunky engine, but quite a moody game. Recommended if you like Strahd as a character and antagonist or enjoy older party based AD&D games.
Veil of Darkness. (1993) An atmospheric vampiric adventure game fused with rpg elements. One of the first of its type that I ever played.

That'll do for now. There's plenty more of course depending on how wide one goes with darker themes as the defining factor.

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