Dragon Age: Inquisition. I really want to like the game more but it's been slow going. Partly because of the bugs (my Inquisitor's voice getting changed several hours in was morale-crushing). It's better than DA2, at least.
The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Ages. I played through Oracle of Seasons for the first time a little over a year ago, but just got around to starting the other game. Link's Awakening was the first Zelda I ever played so getting around to these games a decade late is weird but enjoyable. Also, I'm never going to get caught up with all the Zeldas I haven't played yet; I own but still haven't played Twilight Princess and Minish Cap, and now I'm staring down Majora's Mask and the Wii U game.
I was really unimpressed with Wolfenstein: The New Order. Yes, it did really ambitious things with story and character, but I just didn't think it was very fun to play. I think it's saying something that my favorite thing about it was the title screen music.
In 1999 I foolishly traded in my copy of Super Metroid to EB for next to no store credit. A few years ago I managed to find another copy (or, for all I know, possibly the same copy) at a reasonable price.