I've played plenty but I've been kinda fed up with games for a while now. I usually play some old stuff in the middle of winter when people around here ain't doing a lot and I have a little more free time. I play some FIFA with my pals occasionally, but that's pretty much it right now.
Of the games I've played my all time favorite is Mafia I. A very well made and quite intelligent sandbox style game with a great storyline. The second game was complete rubbish compared to that. I've played lots of GTAs too, mainly Vice City and San Andreas and its multiplayer race mode Multi Theft Auto. Haven't played GTA 5 yet, but I didn't like the fourth regardless the neat graphics that much and left it uncompleted.
I also played Warcraft 3 and got hooked and later played WoW for about a year but this game takes insane amount of time if you want a decent character and it really got tiring, even though my guy wasn't that great at all. Otherwise great game.
I rarely play some vintage Sierra games from the early to mid nineties. Quest for Glory being my favorite series - basically you're an average Joe who eventually becomes a "hero" by completing different quests and helping people out. It has some cool folk references and these games introduced rpg elements as well, although overall idea probably seems cheesy.
@Silent Hills: Lot of cool design elements in that trailer.
@Final Fantasy: So torn by the trailer. I love the colossal monsters, environments and visuals but the characters are complete rubbish and the car is so extrinsic and distracting.
@Bloodborne: New trailer makes the game look even better than before.
@MGS 5: 20 minute demo shown. Top stuff. Took place in the jungle region which is my favourite type of biome in metal gear. It's one of the few games that knows it's a game and just embraces it. So much goofy content...playboy boxes, parachuting both living and still objects to your base and tons of other stuff that most other games would get criticized for including.