Currently sloughing through Omori which might have been worth the wait but holy fuck this bitch of a game.
Before that I was:
bouncing between Insurgence (Indonesian RPGs, alright but nothing really to tout about)
trying to see if ClaDun would run
trying out Tropicalia (plays exactly like a late GB/SNES RPG, although I hate some elements it actually feels pretty good)
My shitty computer couldn't properly handle Light Fairytale, which is basically Indie Final Fantasy VII DS.
Oddly enough its fine with the TES games and more specifically the SureAI mods Nehrim and Enderal.
Similarly I'm going to try to see if it can run Gedonia and Wild West And Wizards to fulfill "new Bethesda-like RPG" itch. Gedonia would fill the straight fantasy world while WWW is more of lower poly Fallout but Cowboys with wizards.
On the Switch I have
Legrand Legacy: For something I paid $2 its a really good if grungy RPG.
Tales of Vesperia: Somehow I hate the plot here more. Everyone are fucking idiots and I want to strangle them all.
Digimon Cyber Sleuth: ... not gonna lie, I got stuck on just grinding to hatch eggs and unlock all the mons I can as soon as possible (setting aside the special code mons that I've not redeemed yet).
Mario+Rabbids if we include Tactical RPGs. Actually a really good baby's first SRPG/TRPG. I hate the Rabbids' "fusion" designs but I'm enjoying it.
If we include early access games I'm still waiting on we have Secrets of Grindea which is a straight Zelda-like Action Adventure but with heavy character customization shit and a bonus procgen dungeon crawler on the side.
CrossCode which apparently got a full release and is now going to get DLC. Again, SNES Action-Adventure type game but with super heavy customization, fun shit going on, and distressingly heavy grind.
Long Gone Days is a more modern-setting RPG but has a bit of a Metal Gear meets Social Sim vibe going on. Sniper minigames and the combat system feels a little like Medabots.