Probably The Sims 4 for me. That they culled the open world and the story progression systems kinda made the game feel like a giant step back from the last. I like what they've done with Sim emotions and that they have the ability to multi-task, among a few other convenience features but I'm still debating whether the "upgrade" has been worth it.
As an aside Watch_Dogs is probably in my Top 3 games of the year. I can see why some might find it disappointing but I didn't go in with great expectations, I didn't really care that the game didn't look like it did in the E3 teaser, from the get go all I expected was a solid stealth game/shooter that let me blow shit up with my phone and creepily peer into the private lives of cities denizens - and I got what expected. So I was happy.
As someone who cops to having what most would consider pretty uh, I guess juvenile tastes, I gotta say this looks like it could be some dumb fun in my book. I can see why average Joe would find it objectionable, the same way I understood why they found Manhunt or Postal and other similarly controversial games objectionable. But won't stop me from playing it, also probably liking it to some degree and I'm sure there's a niche group of others of a similar mindset that'll get a kick out of it.