My list could pretty much be summarised as "What @tengblad said" (in fact we may be enablers for each other's Monster Hunter 4 and Bloodborne addictions). Ori & The Blind Forest is just lovely, and I can't wait to dive into Pillars of Eternity proper.
I will say for both MH4 and Bloodborne, that you shouldn't necessarily be put off if you don't think you're 'Hardcore' enough. I really wouldn't consider myself that skilled a gamer, and I got sucked into both of them. They're demanding yes, but they're full of character, and it's much more about finding a playstyle that suits you, experimenting, and developing an intuition for the mechanics and design, rather than having reams of stats memorised or the reflexes of a 12 year old COD player.
I guess I've been playing other things, which fall into two categories
Procedural Death Labyrinth Dailies - There's something very satisfying about doing quick runs on the daily challenges for Spelunky, Nuclear Throne and Crypt of the Necrodancer in succession. All incredibly polished, tightly designed games well worth your money, despite two of them still only being in early access.
Adventure Games! There's the Grim Fandango rerelease (one of my all time favourite games), Game of Thrones (not feeling it to be honest), Tales From The Borderlands (fabulous. Depending on how it shakes out over the coming episodes, it could end up in the running for my all time favourite Telltale game) and Life Is Strange (very interesting, definitely rough around the edges, but doing some new things, and genuinely affecting at times).