If you have heard of Midnight Syndicate then you know what Nox Arcana is all about- “imaginary soundtracks” of a gothic horror nature (for the most part). Music production seems to be entirely based on keyboard midi and other sampled instruments, which is in my opinion the one shortcoming of their music (I think the music would be significantly better if it were performed by real instruments, because, let’s face it, while production quality has gotten much better, you can often tell the difference and it makes the music sound a little cheap or cheesy.) Nox Arcana started around the time that Midnight Syndicates production improved a bit, meaning that while this is one of their earlier albums it doesn’t suffer from the problems of Midnight Syndicate’s earliest albums.
Winter’s Knight is a decent classic horror album with the theme of winter which brings a stillness, and increased suspense, to the air. This album would be good filler music for a horror game. I would recommend Edward Scissorhands or the track First Snow from The Fountain by Clint Mansell if you are looking for something similar of higher quality.