I need to finish.. The Swapper (only 2 or 3 hours in), Far Cry 3 Blood Dragon (got it on sale this week for £2.50), A Link Between Worlds (nearly finished) and Phoenix Wright Dual Destinies (about half way through).
I haven't played Brothers so I'll definitely get that if I see it on sale and I haven't played TLoU - BUT I don't have a PS3 so the chances of my playing that are zero.
I don't have that much spare time at the moment but I got Dark Souls this week (on sale!) so I've been spending all of the spare time I do have playing that.
I'm using the latest Nova Launcher beta on my Nexus 4 (with Kit Kat) and I have the option for transparent top and bottom bars; so use that, I guess?
I didn't realise people actually used the (terrible) stock launcher. I've had Nova on my phone since I got it in December and I've never looked back.
I wouldn't call the stock launcher terrible. For the average user, it does the job. The only reason I went looking for another launcher was because I wanted the ability to have more shortcuts in each folder. Stock only allowed for 9, I think. With Nova, it's unlimited. And whilst Nova does do other things better than stock too, the expanded size of the folders is the only feature that I couldn't live without.
Well, I guess terrible is a slight overstatement.
I rely on plenty of Nova's features: unlimited folder shortcuts, unlimited screens, icon themes (couldn't live without), better app drawer organization (custom tabs and folders in app drawer), widget overlapping (something I heavily rely on), scroll effects, gestures (I use swipe up for chrome, super useful), scrolling wallpapers, icon swipes (I use swipe up on Facebook for messenger, swipe up on Twitter for plume etc, really useful for keeping my homescreen minimal) and hide apps (couldn't live without).
I've only had my 3DS XL since Animal Crossing came out (Yes, I bought a 3DS XL for Animal Crossing, don't judge me) and it's probably been my best purchase decision of the year. I've spent 100+ hours on Animal Crossing, 50+ hours on Pokemon, 30+ hours on Fire Emblem and 20+ hours on Luigi's Mansion.