Finding less and less free time for games these days but still squeezing some in here and there. HITMAN was, of course, my main (and nearly only) squeeze for all of 2016. Now I'm taking a bit of a break from Hitman but will definitely be back before long.
Been working my way through Horizon Zero Dawn for the last month or so which I've found pretty excellent overall. Think I'm nearly at the end of the story campaign -- have mostly ignored side quests, which is what I usually do with open world games. But this one's combat is so fun and addicting that I may just keep playing it after the story ends. Just to wander around the world and pick fights with robo-dinos.
I dug into Thumper for a bit earlier this year which I also really enjoyed. It's described by its developers as a "rhythm violence" game which I think sums it up pretty well. Crazy difficulty spikes after the first couple of levels, but it's good, trippy fun with great audio/visuals and a killer soundtrack.
Speaking of killer soundtracks, just the other night I decided to finally check out Miami Hotline (the original) and man that game worms its way into your brain. Got pulled into it much quicker and more intensely than I expected to.