I've been enjoying smaller games in the last few months. Not much time to play, and my laptop is no heavyweight, so size matters.
Bastion was one of the things I've finished recently. Thoroughly enjoyable game with a casual, simple gameplay. It wins my heart by having wholesome atmosphere. Ground itself keeps collapsing around you, and it's the end of times for your land — yet the Kid and Rucks both keep going, keeping their chins up. "You can do it, Kid. I believe in you". God damn you, old man. Your heart is in the right place.
There's also been a bundle of Choice of Games interactive stories. Never thought CYOA could be so exciting. Admittedly, they keep the bar high for approving games. I'm going to try to nail Metahuman, Inc.'s story again. Last time was good, but I've noticed I could do better because by the end of it I wasn't a demigod. Time to change that.
I've also been slowly returning to Dota 2. The last update shook things up in terms of balance, and old solutions only seldom work as well. League of Legends, Smite and other MOBAs feel different to make me return to Dota 2.
EDIT: Also been looking to get into tabletop RPGs, inspired by TableTop (the Wil Wheaton show on the Geek & Sundry YouTube channel) and its take on FATE. I'm a fan of RPGs, and I like to (watch someone) tell stories by actually telling them. Anyone know where I can start?