So, I've been playing Ace Attorney 3, now on the third case (or starting it actually). Not much to say and I'd rather keep it to RPGs, but it feels like good ol' phoenix wright, though there is still the occasional plot over logic element, which can hinder the enjoyment a bit. I'm also usually more fond of the smaller cases than the really big ones, which seem to drop the ball halway through every time.
As for the RPGs, I decided to go with Diablo II + LoD, due to unfinished business. I have put many hours in this game, but I never beat it. I've played with solo necro before (no specified build), a paladin in co-op (holy hammer spam, which was super boring) and now I decided to try an elemental druid and hopefully just make it through the campaign on normal and maybe continue if I really feel like it. Anyway, I don't think the game has aged super well, but I like the atmosphere and it doesn't feel too heavy to play. At least, once I'll finally get access to some of my main weaponry for using this build. I've already nearly died in Act 1, since I've mostly used melee, though the actual build is meant to use magic. I guess in a way, Diablo III is somewhat more enjoyable when it comes down to this, as you don't need to brave through an early game hell just to be able to start playing like the class you want.