I enjoyed Fallout 3 and thought it was relatively true to the series after picking up and completing Fallout 2 a week before release. Though I prefer Fallout: New Vegas to play through F3's content using a Tale of Two Wastelands nowadays. They shit the bed with Fallout 4 so bad and it pains me to say that. The voiced protagonist, dialogue wheel, oversaturation of radiant quests, removal of skills, and the entire game being designed around a hackneyed settlement system based on a subpar mod all came together to castrate any roleplaying potential the game had.
Oh I also hear Dragon's Dogma is pretty good!
Play it! Nao! Game deserves to be a classic.
Patrician taste guys, I've played and enjoyed everything you've mentioned so far.
Though Dragon's Dogma can be an acquired taste for some. It's throughly an Eastern RPG and that means no gameplay handholding with what seems like a distinct lack of story development and some frankly robotic cutscenes involving your blankslate protagonist. Once you put together the overarching story though (don't spoil yourselves!)
it really is worth the effort.
Oh, and make sure to pickup the Dark Arisen version. Its a re-release with all the game's orginial content along with a heaping truckload of new stuff. The PC version that was just ported even includes a graphical update.