Earlier I complained about Dragon Age named Dragon Age simply because it got to have a fantasy buzzword in its title. It is, of course, ironic that of all the settings, fantasy is probably the most stale and unimaginative. You are required to have dwarves that like to drink, elves that like to cuddle trees, orcs that like to murder everyone for no good reason and humans that are just bland. I am very certain people have already noticed and commented on this decades ago so I won't go into that much further.
I guess many of you know countless examples in literature but hey, this is a forum about PC gaming.
What atypical fantasy games do you know?
So far I can only think of:
-Morrowind (the other TES games not such much but still, often seems like something that originated in the 70s)
-Arcanum (borderline example, presents a stereotypical fantasy world that hits the industrial revolution and borders on deconstruction of both)
-Thief series (some steampunk elements as well as supernatural stuff going on, very underrated in the worldbuilding aspect, I believe)
-Ultima/Wizardry/Might & Magic (Ultima had very gratuitious sci-fi elements in the early instances; the other series seem like typical fantasy (and they mostly are) but have strong sci-fi backgrounds. See the infamous but scrapped Forge faction for Heroes of Might and Magic 3 for how far that went)
-Planescape: Torment (that's kind of the point, I guess)
-Bloodlines (urban fantasy, a criminally underutilized setting for games on the PC)