Clickers, idle games and free-to-play games have ruined the "skinner box"-style RPG for me, but that's a good thing. I'm glad I'm able to see those games' exploitative design for what it is. It makes me appreciate the good ones that much more.
Try installing f.lux on your PC. It changes the color warmth of your monitor or TV to match the time of day, which is good for priming your brain for sleepytime mode. Also, a melatonin supplement an hour before bed works wonders.
As far as games go, my favorite one for unwinding is Gems of War. It's a puzzle quest clone except that it's free to play and you have a billion guys to collect and level up. You can play very short 5-10 minute rounds that are just complex enough enough to take your mind off things but not so complex as to wind you up. And you feel like you make a tiny bit of progress after each one. A couple rounds is usually enough to conk me out.
People should be able to get a refund on anything they buy and never use or "open", no matter what the reason, no questions asked. They can tell OP never downloaded it. That information is available to them. They literally lose nothing, not even the bandwidth it took to download the game, and they gain good will. I'll never understand why people who play video games are such corporate apologists.
CG isn't the villain, it's lack of imagination. You can do some cool things with CG but most people don't. I thought everything that took place in the girl's head in Inside Out looked fantastic. One of the best-looking animated movies ever. I wish there was more stuff like Pixar's paperman film from 2012. CG movies never have any styyyyyle.