Sticking to Mac/PC releases, in order...
The Witcher II
Dragon Age II
Eschalon Book III
As for Dragon Age: Origins... I really have to admit: this really is a hell of a good game. Yeah, it's slim on spells, and it doesn't seem to have as much of the kind of cool, fun armor & weapons that I seem to remember NwN2 having. (Shopping was more fun in NwN2.) But on the other hand they do have other cool things like runes, and battle techniques... and the animation is nice (the summoned bears really move like bears, and all those little wolf-like affectations that the summoned wolves have are really cool to watch), and the graphics of course are quite nice... the story is really lacking, a problem which the length of the game magnifies, but the writing is really not bad at all -- although often semi to very unrealistic, and often clumsy. Although the game appears to be trying in a not-so-subtle way to turn me into a Christian, I can ignore that. And while it's true that the women in this game don't have the cute butts that the ones in NwN & NwN2 had... admittedly that's a minor detail
. I think I'll just say that while I played NwN2 several times, I don't think I'll play DA:O a second time for quite a while... . But at any rate, while I'm at it (44% finished at this point... sigh... long game), I like the game very much.
I liked The Witcher better, which is why I'm looking forward to that sequel better than DA's sequel.
While I'm not sure I remember any cute butts in The Witcher, I do remember some awfully pretty legs and arms.
As for Avadon... a Spiderweb game is always welcome in my heart, I'm always looking forward to the next one. His graphics and animation might be distressingly weak, and tiresomely repetitive, not to mention timid in their 'updates', but these games are always fun.