@ShivaX and I are 170 or so turns into our Total War: Warhammer campaign we started before the holidays, and I feel like we have a real chance to claim a victory at last. We've scourged the land of many threats, and what threats remain I feel like we have a handle on for now. It's just a matter of settling previously raised settlements and pushing our stranglehold out to join up with our mutual allies, and I believe Bob will indeed be our uncle.
I'm also playing Bravely Second on the 3DS which is engaging and fun, but I'm already finding the dialog a slog. It's got a decent story as viewed from very high up and very far away (a kingdom under siege, villains I can't wait to face off against, some honestly cool characters) but sometimes the dialog is... I'm not sure whom this is written for. Kids? They wouldn't be able to grasp the RPG mechanics, there is a lot of meat on these bones honestly, between job swapping and the dizzying and satisfying synergy between the jobs and secondary job abilities. I'll talk about it some day, it' fantastic and I'm only in chapter 1! But kids that can grasp this stuff will almost certainly roll their eyes at the in-party dialog. But for now the game and the mechanics are enough I'm enjoying it but I'm not putting great swaths of time in each time I sit down to play it. It is very pretty though, to boot, so that's always a plus.
And also on the 3DS I'm plucking away at Etrian Mystery Dungeon, which is really fun but kind of tiring after a long stretch as the combat doesn't evolve very quickly and for some reason on Normal it's not very challenging. I could bump up the difficulty I suppose, but then I fear the odd boss fight would be frustrating. I have yet to have a party wipe in this "roguelike" dungeon crawler. That's good and bad!