Average RPGs with Great Endings

If you wouldn't mind going down a list of RPGs that, according to the list's author, weren't all that great but managed to deliver a satisfying ending, then you should check out this article from The Gamer. Here's something to give you an idea of what to expect:

Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines

Despite the fandom, Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines was a very unpolished game when it came out. Combat was clunky, glitches were everywhere, and there were entire sections of the game where your charismatic Ventrue would get stomped, no matter what you tried. Ming-Xiao has heard it a thousand times before, and isn’t listening.

Bloodline’s story, though, shines like a full moon on a graveyard at midnight. Not only does it allow you to explore a rich world full of political intrigue and goth nightclubs, it allows you to truly choose your ending. Do you choose to side with the Anarchs, and risk destabilizing vampire civilization? Or do you open the coffin of the Antediluvian, and claim its power for yourself? Regardless of what you choose, Bloodlines knows how to end on a high note, even if that note is covered in human blood.