1. Fallout 3
Great game with a disappointing amount of visual bugs.
2. Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic
Game containing the single best supporting character. I'm not even gonna say who it is.... because if you've played it you'd AUTOMATICALLY know who it is. I'll give you a hint, though. Meatbag.
3. Mass Effect 2
Great Combat, engaging Dialogue, and an interesting political feel to an already great shooter/RPG.
4. Dark Cloud
This game, man. Wow. Something about this game felt right. The way it put off that old school dungeon crawler vibe with real time combat and a pretty deep weapon upgrade system along with the really cool quicktime events throughout the game really sold me. I never did finish it though. But I didn't need to finish it to know that this game is fan-freakin-tastic.
As close to WoW as I'm willing to get.
6. Final Fantasy I & II: Dawn of Souls
So what if it's a remake. I clocked in a good 100 hours in this handheld game and I STILL haven't beaten 2. Content aside, I must say I enjoyed every moment I spent playing this.
7. Fable II
This game is more action than RPG. I'd say that this is a beginners RPG because it lacks player stats and armour. Action focus aside, I really enjoyed this game.