I'm taking a rest from gaming, but I have been playing Type-0 HD and Trials of Mana. Both good. Really like Type-0 HD on PC, and Trials of Mana is very fun despite its story not being very...there. And I will admit the dubs for both of them are terrible.
ARK Survival Evolved. I just got to the Aberration map and it is kicking my ass.
Otherwise, the PSN weeb sale they had going stole $76.00 from my wallet and I bought FF VII, VIII, IX, X/X-2, and XII. I felt the need to feel some nostalgia this fall/winter...and to remember that Square at one point made complete whole games with decent characters at one point that weren't bogged down by production issues and directorial nonsense.
I recently downloaded Alice in Wonderland on the xbox horror version and to be honest I expected something better. I realize that the game is quite old and I just remember it somehow better than it turned out to be in the present. The biggest disadvantage when it comes to the overall aspect is the control, but nothing can replace the "wasd" haha
Not sure it counts entirely as a game, but recently I've spent some little time with the demo of Balan Wonderworld. Surprisingly engaging and enjoyable, and I wanted to play more worlds. Also, I'm quite sure it's based on an earlier build, and several aspects related to replaying are locked off in the demo.
Been in the mood for platformers lately, easily the most engaging out of the main Crash games. By far the most challenging game, some stages get absurly hard if want to go the completionist route, and with the most content out of them, not sure if I'll try to 100% it though.