First up is Armored Core 3, which is about assembling your very own mech and then using it to blow other mechs to pieces. I'm not very good at it and I'm stalled about halfway(?) through. I swear I'll get back to it some day and find a way to defeat that bastard who's #2 in the Arena.
Next, Infinite Space. It's an interesting RPG that I think I've posted about before. Gameplay takes a bit getting used to, but it's fun to build your own ships and fight space pirates or whatever. This will be my fourth or fifth time through and I'm trying to get that one last damn entry in the ship database. I just might smash the cartridge if I'm actually missing another one. I'll also be trying to use different ships this time instead of relying on the same six or seven I use every time I play.
I'm on the last battle of Super Robot Wars Alpha Gaiden and I'll be wrapping that up any day now. Just as soon as I restart it to shuffle some parts and upgrades. And probably use a different team since two or three of my favourite characters/mechs aren't all that useful in this fight. I'm also grinding forwards on SRW: Original Generation 1; literally since the enemies on the last few maps have so many friggin' HP. I got just about all of the secret items this time through and I'm on course for the true final boss. New Game Plus with 3 million extra credits and ~200 Pilot Points on all characters really helps.
And finally, I picked up a copy of MS Saga: A New Dawn the other day. I've been meaning to play this ever since I read the Let's Play a couple years back. I didn't believe the GameStop website when it said the store down the street from me had a copy until I looked up another obscurish game and it said the nearest copy was halfway across the state. The guy at the store said they'd had it since summer, but it's hard to find stuff in the bargain bin and I feel kinda sorry for making them dig it up.
MS Saga is basically Xenogears with mechs from Gundam, mostly UC Gundam with a few Gundam Wing and G Gundam units thrown in. Your starting mech is a GM and your useless best friend gets a Zaku I, which is even worse. There's the obligatory Char Clone named Hal Vizard, who looks a bit like Akio from Utena once he takes off the mask. And Major Rezner, who's a dead ringer for Matilda from the original Gundam. And a sky pirate with dreadlocks who has a Jamaican accent for no reason. There's a lot of customization for your mechs and money's always tight at the beginning. Good game if you like fiddly RPGs and don't mind tough battles and bad voice acting.
Edit: Another silly plot bunny that'll never go anywhere.
Venus is the morning star and it's sometimes referred to as Lucifer. Therefore, Sailor Venus must be the Antichrist or something similar. Only thing is, I can't really see her really doing that.