I'm nearly done with Wonderful 101 and I consider it to be one of the best games of last (this?) generation. Tropical Freeze is one of the best 2D platformers I've ever played and I really enjoyed what I've played of Windwaker HD so far (didn't play it when it first came out). Bayo 2 will be out soon, which is probably my most anticipated game at this point besides Witcher and Dragon Age. That being said it really depends on how much these games do for you. At this point I spent more time playing WiiU than PS4 and I got both consoles around the same time.
I recently finished Kill la Kill and while I enjoyed it I also thought that it got a bit tiring towards the end. There is so much stuff going on and the power levels rise to such a level that it's hard for me to care anymore. Transformations, explosions, more transformations, space, it just was a bit much. I could have done without some of the costume design though I barely noticed it anymore by the end since everybody is naked anyway.
I feel like this thread about how an over-the-top police-based videogame may relate to some concerns about modern policing is lacking without this real video that used to be on the front page of the Doraville, GA police department's website.
Featuring the classic song, "Die Motherfucker Die!" by Dope.
Did you by any chance see the latest episode of the John Oliver show?