I'd have to say Assassin's Creed Syndicate. I had just upgraded my gfx card when I got that game and some of that scenery just stunned me. I love a good believable but vibrant landscape with a lot of motion and life. And some of the more narrow and detailed scenes looked fantastic.
Alright, I know it's not perfect at everything (i.e some animation and textures) but that's my answer.
Looks a bit too serious. Even by Assassin's Creed standards. Wouldn't mind some more comedic touches. But I guess overly dark and brooding trailers are hot right now. The end result could still be a fun watch.
I've liked almost every Unplugged features coming out from both coasts, and I wouldn't mind seeing/hearing more of that. But, yeah, that last Pathfinder one with Dan not understanding (or pretending to not understand) what "playing a role" means was rough.
And if they do more Unplugged content it should continue being on rarer occasions. Certainly not on a weekly, or even monthly, schedule.
I don't know if it's over-hyped. It's definitely well made and easy to pick up. But I have this thing with some Blizzard games (specifically Diablo 3 and Heroes...) where my interest level is like a steep bell curve. I have no interest but try it out anyways, have a great time for a short period, then it dies out completely.
I didn't get much out of Overwatch in the last hours of the Beta. I had to set up arbitrary goals for myself to even care a little about the outcome of the matches. But it should be noted that I've played a ton of TF2 and cared a lot about that game once. So maybe this feels a bit familiar.