These are a list of games I've finished. Not always 100%, but finished the main story, at least.
Final Fantasy VII (1997)
Pretty good :) Ending was a bit disappointing, but the game was enjoyable.
Final Fantasy VIII (1999)
Hmm, the story was good, the music was good, but the battling didn't quite do it for me. The junctioning system is a love it or hate it thing, and I'm afriad I'm steering towards the 'hate it' side.
Final Fantasy X (2001)
Real sad TT~TT But real good!
Gotta love this classic! I always played it when I was younger. It was around 12 when I eventually beat it.
Rayman 2: The Great Escape (1999)
What an awesome game. Honest, I played the HELL out of this when I was younger. I eventually reached a point where I could beat the final boss without getting hit once. But, yeah, I really like this game.
Rayman 3: Hoodlum Havoc (2003)
The comedy, the gameplay, the music, the characters, everything about this game was awesome. Definitely one of the best games I've played. Hours, if not days, of my childhood was poured into this game, and I'm not regretting it!
Rayman: Raving Rabbids (2006)
Rayman Raving Rabbids 2 (2007)
Rabbids Go Home (2009)
Rayman Origins (2011)
Rayman Legends (2013)
I think this was my first Sonic game, and boy did it give me a good impression of the series. The story was feels, the gameplay was cool, the Chao garden was fun and enjoyable, the variety of characters kept the game fresh, and I just love this game to bits. I've been playing this game before I can even remember, and I still love it just as much.
Sonic Adventure 2: Battle (2001)
Decent game, pretty good. Good job Nintendo! I played this around a year after playing Undertale. Music was good, gameplay was alright, story was good, overall I enjoyed it, but not enough to play it again. Good experience.
Ah, this game. Some love it, some hate it. I love it. When I beat it, it reminded me of the games I used to play when I was really young (even though they weren't RPGs, which was weird). I definitely recommend it to other games, and if you don't like Undertale, then at least give it a go if you haven't played it. Try and ignore its fanbase; they're not a true representation of the game itself!
Crash Bandicoot: Warped (1998)
Played this when I was really young, too. Ah boy, I really liked the gameplay and visuals! It was different than to what I was used to, but still, it was very enjoyable. Like Rayman, I beat it years after I actually played it. I haven't got around to playing the other Crash Bandicoot games... definitely recommend this one, though!
Rugrats: Search for Reptar (1998)
Here's another classic I played when I was really young. It's probably the first game I played with a hub world where you could run around and do what you like, which I thought was very good. I liked how you could pick an item in the hub world and it would take you to a level which represented an episode of Rugrats. Despite never watching the series, this game was nice!
Rugrats: Studio Tour (1999)
A neat dating sim if you've never played a dating sim before (like me). Think of Bejeweled, but with naiiize grills. Oh, and keep an Excel spreadsheet open while you play it; you'll need it. I really liked the characters, they were all unique, and I liked how it merged arcade game style with dating sim. I like it! I felt the end was a bit... unfulfilling, even with the new Valentines update. Ah well. Still a great game :)