I like video games a lot. I think it's a really amazing form of entertainment that in some cases can work better than books and movies. My favorite games are usually heavily stylized and/or story driven (The Walking Dead, The Wolf Among Us, Bastion, Transistor, Element4l), I also like RPG's (Baldur's Gate, Planescape Torment, Fallout, Witcher series) and competitive online games. Like @SamWalker
I got to 1% of population skill wise in DotA 2 (thou I stopped playing this game a while ago for a number of reasons) and I played tons of hours of Pro Evolution Soccer 3 through 2009 and then I switched to Fifa when it got better than PES (thou I also played a bunch of Fifa from 98 through 2004).
A month or so ago I installed The Witcher 3 and I just couldn't stop playing. I don't know how many hours I clocked, but I guess it was way above 100. I was heavily invested in the world and characters because I absolutely love The Witcher book series. I've read it years ago back when I was in high school and I've re-read it again in preparation for the game (loved it even more this time around). The game is absolutely brilliant. Most RPG-s offer so much content mostly because of the sidequests that after a while get really boring and tedious. In Witcher 3 every quest even the smallest one feels interesting and fresh. I highly recommend both the books and the game (thou you don't need to know the books or even prior games to enjoy The Witcher 3).
Tommorow I'll certainly buy a game that @Russ
mentioned above in this topic - Rocket League. I was kinda on the fence about it because I'm a PC gamer and I feared that it might not be very popular on my platform of choice (Rocket League looks more like a console game) but then I've heard that it will have cross-platform multiplayer (basically PS4 gamers can play online vs. PC gamers which is super rare but amazing) so I'm sure it will stay popular long after release. After I've quit DotA 2 I was looking for a game that could scratch my competitive itch and Rocket League looks perfect (it's football + cars, what's not to love?). Since the game is free on PS4 for PlayStation+ members (it will cost about 20$ on Steam) and it looks like a lot of you guys own that console maybe we can think about making a PokerVIP team if you end up liking the game:)