I've been splitting my time between PLAYERUNKNOWN'S Battlegrounds (and have won a few chicken dinners) and Dead Cells.
Both games are enveloping my life and I'm thinking about them both constantly. Read more of my thoughts on Dead Cells here.
Tokyo 42 - You were framed for murder, forced to go underground and become an assassin, and murder targets in order to clear your name from..... the first murder you didn't commit.
I love that circular logic, and I love the setting; it's an isometric shooter, all futuristic blade-runner-y Japan style, but neon and pastel instead of neon and drab.