Had more time than usual to game this weekend, so I took advantage. I finished Blood and Wine for The Witcher III, and was quite satisfied with the overall story and expansion, even if it didn't quite reach the heights of Hearts of Stone (though to be fair, that story was so good, I was skeptical that they would catch lightining in a bottle twice in a row like that).
Still, the time I spent in Toussaint was great, with some great comedy moments (Geralt's reaction to seeing an actual unicorn was perfect and hilarious given Yennefer's... predilections; the bank side quest was truly hilarious from beginning to end), some great character moments (Syanna was an interesting villain, and Regis was a great ally, I can understand why book readers were excited to see him in the game), and some pretty visuals throughout. The ending was a fitting end for Geralt's story, and I'm glad it ended the way that it did after all the hours I spent playing this game.
Another game I got around to is Gone Home which I picked up on PSPlus and quite enjoyed. I know a ton has already been said about this game, but it was quite fun to piece the story together from post-its and scrap paper. I thought the main character was a bit too obvious (but then, teenagers are pretty obvious I guess), but some of the other stories in the house are really interesting to piece together (and sometimes disturbing). I can definitely see why this game sparked so much discussion when it came out; I definitely am glad I played it, but also I suppose I'm glad I didn't pay $22 for it.
I also started Dark Cloud 2 which I'd heard lots of good things about, but I'm not sure I'll keep it up for now. It seems too... big. I might just go back and finish Tales from the Borderlands before I delve into a giant JRPG, even one as acclaimed as this one has been.