For a good horror experience, I have to recommend Outlast.
Unlike many horror games, you have no weapon, your only advantage is most of the things hunting you can't see in the dark, but you have a video camera with night vision. But the batteries don't last long.
I would also recommend the Resident Evil series. They have really good jump scares and more action than you can shake a stick at. I found the ones I played fun.
Since I don't found any description from the OP I assume any game recommendation are fine
So I guess I try to recommend some niche game like dominons series which next year gonna have new sequel dominions 6, to simplify its like totalwar warhammer but in 2d and you don't control the flow of the battle.
If I was going to recommend any kind of video games to anyone, I’d recommend ones that are open-ended and have a good amount of world-building. Some good examples of this are games like Morrowind or Skyrim. Jedi Fallen Order is also great if you’re a Star Wars fan and enjoy great lightsaber combat (Jedi Outcast and Academy have great storylines and good saber combat for the time they were released too). Can’t forget the KOTOR games too, they’re amazing and have tons of lore and world building. Baldur’s Gate and Icewind Dale are great if you’re a Dungeons & Dragons fan or a casual player. Those are just some examples of what I would recommend. I could be typing for hours if you’d want a full recommended list.
I watch a couple of Baldur Gate 3 gameplay recently its look good, especially the dark urge redemption play through, too bad my potato pc probably cannot handle it, as even playing vanilla Skyrim already lagging and overheat my pc.
Gotta check that Icewind Dale one.
I’ve seen gameplay footage of BG3 and it looks amazing too. I like how they incorporate dice rolls into the mechanics. That happened behind the scenes in the previous Dungeons & Dragons computer games.