Working my way though act 2 of Divinity OS 2. Lots to do so far, starting to run into some optional minibosses and really unexpected fights. I've got enough spells now that I really need to invest a bit into memory, so I can increase my options in a fight.
I grabbed a used copy of Horizon Zero Dawn complete edition from EB games for CAD 25+ tax. (PS4 exclusive game from Sony)
Wasn't expecting much when I inserted the disk, but damn. The reviewers weren't kidding when they said this was a gorgeous looking game. The graphics are simply amazing! Something of a surprise to me was that the game comes with a graphics slider - visuals or performance. The visuals mean rendering it at 2k+ resolution or something and since all I have is a 1080p monitor, left it at performance.
Story wise, I'm yet to do The Proving. Mostly wandering around and admiring the view.
It's weird to say now, but whenever I saw the game, I had this impression that fighting machines would be a very hard thing. Turns out, it isn't so (am playing story difficulty). It's very fun and approachable.
Horizon starts to really shine when it gets into the story proper, I was hooked on it. The game pretty much requires you to learn each enemies weakness to exploit if you want to survive some of the tougher fights and not feel like you're facing bullet sponges.
As for me, I picked up Tetris Effect and Hallow Knight. Both are amazing so far, with Tetris being one of the more beautiful games i've ever played.