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The English fairy tale aesthetic and mythology is something I am very fond of with its various pagan influences. Sadly it's kind of rare in gaming which is too bad because I love these throwbacks to my childhood. Here are the games I know of that really nail the atmosphere I am looking for:
Despite being very disjointed and having a population that was dumber than a sack of bricks Albion was a really beautiful world to be in. A proper open world Fable 3 that treats the f***** ending as canon is one of my most wanted games.
I am yet to play more than the demo (finding a copy is tricky but I should have one soon) but that was enough to sell me on Folklore. It seems to take place in an English coastal village where fairies of various sorts come out at night. It even has a henge that has a portal from which the land of the dead can be accessed during samhain.