Hm... I own...
-I have Shining Force 3 (all three parts). Japanese versions. There are English scripts for all three, and the games' menus are almost entirely icon based, so it's VERY easy to read along with since the actual gameplay requires no japanese skillzz at all. Also the Japanese releases are, uh, cheap.
Shining of the Holy Ark
I like Oasis 2 and Dark Savior but they're very marginally RPGs. Actually I guess GH is pretty marginal too.
I keep meaning to pick up Mystaria/Blazing Heroes -- it's cheap and despite being really gross look, I've heard good things about it.
Sort of want Dragon Force maybe?
Panzer Dragoon Saga is... I've played it. Don't own it. I think it's pretty overrated and extremely overvalued. I do not, by any means, think that it's a bad game, buuuut...
It's easy. Extremely easy and that's where most of my problems with the game stem from. I didn't need to mess with customizing my dragon's stats until disc 3, and even then I think that was just for one fight. Magic's not that useful in general. And... I guess the central mechanic of the battle system is that you can move around in relation to your enemy in combat, to get into its blindspots where it can't attack you, or to get into a position where you can hit its weakpoint. But a lot of this turns into just waiting till the enemy is vulnerable and you can't really be PROACTIVE about it. And as I said, it's easy, so the fights get even less interesting.
Also random encounters are really high and there aren't many enemies per area and you figure out their attack patterns REALLY quickly.
I think... an RPG that had traditional PD rail shooter bits instead of dungeons/boss fights might've been more interesting.