I think I'll try to get a general impression of reviews coming out of Japan to see if its getting positive reactions or not, but I'll probably try to stay away from actual details about the world and things like that
I'm not super excited for Dark Souls 3 but I'll still most likely pick it up if it gets good reviews. I still am more excited for whatever the Bloodborne team does next, since I actually really liked it a lot.
For the first time in my life I actually built a good gaming PC and I couldn't be happier. I do have a PS4 so I'll still play the exclusives that come along, but other than that I don't really need to think about consoles too much this generation.
I enjoyed the quest line, but I definitely did have a feeling of "holy christ this is going on for a very long time" while doing it. Didn't make me want to stop playing the game or anything, but it did feel a bit excessive at some point.
I will say that Witcher 3 was actually surprisingly rough on PS4 when I played it. I still loved it and had a great time, but the frame rate would absolutely drop HARD during fights and even just walking around in some environments - I was surprised I never heard more about it. Ended up building my first gaming PC a couple of months later and replaying it there, which was a pretty wonderful experience.
I actually really loved this game. Arkham City didn't really connect with me that much - I enjoyed it, but it never really hooked me too deeply. I went into this game expecting a similar experience, but I really got much deeper into it than I expected. I really enjoyed the main story in this, and I also found the bat mobile stuff to be totally fun (though maybe there was too much of it in main missions). I didn't find it clumsy to control at all.