Finished Alan Wake plus the two DLC episodes a while ago. A solid game. It has an interesting mechanic that has you holding a flashlight at your targets to remove their shadow armour (for lack of a better term) before you can take them down. Surprisingly, I most enjoyed the final DLC episode purely for its level design. By that point, the world you inhabit is pretty messed up, allowing the designers to do pretty much anything.
After that, I played season one of The Walking Dead. Really really enjoyed it. Very heavy on story and character development, which I love. I can't recommend it enough, and will definitely be playing season two when all five episodes are released.
Just yesterday, I finished Spec Ops: The Line, and was pretty disappointed. It was touted on having this dark, edgy story (for a shooter), but it mostly fell flat because I didn't give a damn about any of the characters. It had a lot of potential, but missed the mark. Luckily I didn't waste much time on it as the campaign only lasted five hours. I can't imagine how ripped off people must've felt buying that game brand new at $60. (Yay for Steam sales)
Right now, I'm playing two different co-op games with two different people.
Playing Elite Sniper 3 with my brother. Stealthy stuff. Lots of fun. Ridiculous bullet kill-cam (x-ray vision, similar to the latest Mortal Kombat).
Also just started playing Divinity Original Sin with a friend. We're both huge fans of the old Baldur's Gate (and similar) series, and this game scratches that itch very nicely.