I'm in the mood for a new RPG. I will run down the basics of what I like and dislike, as to not bore you to death. I'm just wondering if they make any good RPGs anymore. Seems they are hard to come by.
Baldur's Gate/Icewind Dale/Neverwinter Nights; party style, 3/4 top down, combat pause, D&D lore/character creation
Fallout 1 & 2; immersive world, lore, weapons, driving storyline, a plethora of side quests and choices
Oblivion + crap; not so much the interactive fighting system, immersive world and story, decent crafting, side quests, good graphics at the time seem dated now
Fallout 3; combining Oblivion and Fallout was a good idea...
(Final Fantasy 1; it's not a computer game, but it was my first love and I still play it)
Witcher; not a fan of the combination fighting thing, 1/2 the game feels like running
Dragon Age: Origins; I really wanted to like this game but the character creation mini-campaign was more fun than the real game, the slow motion fatality shots got old fast, the party system was kind of cool but I found myself taking control of the characters during combat as they didn't seem to AI the way I had them set up, storyline wasn't enough to keep me coming back for more.
Mass Effect; I also really wanted to like this but I got bored with it, felt like a lot of running around, I got to the lesbian scene and quit
I don't know, there's probably some other crap I forgot to mention, that I can't remember now.
Thanks for your help