So I'm currently in the process of playing Neverwinter Nights 2: Mask of the Betrayerafter playing through Neverwinter Nights 2 and the original Baldur's Gate. As you might expect from such a succession of games, I am getting rather tired of mouse-driven RPGs set in the forgotten realms that use some variety of D&D rules, especially when dealing with Neverwinter Nights 2's still-totally-bad camera for 40 hours. I also played Costume Quest and I don't think I've played as thin and insubstantial a game since that one time I played Elmo's Letter Adventure on the N64.
Once I'm done with "Obsidan's Magnum Opus that doesn't involve spies", I'd like to play something with a controller and it's about that time of year when I'm in the mindset to play a longer JRPG, especially while I'm attempting to obtain gainful employment and thus have all of the free time in the world without any of the friends in town to spend it with. Since I apparently don't like mainstream JRPGs, the only ones I have are these weird, possibly bad ones, either on PS2 or PC and I also threw in Jade Empire because I should probably play more than 3 hours of it before declaring it to be the worst Bioware game ever made. There's no guarantee that I'll play the game people pick or if I do, that I'll play it to completion and blog about it (but if I do, there certainly will be a blog) but I'd be interested in what people think. Also I'm bored and don't really feel like solving a stupid mirror puzzle in Mask of the Betrayer.