Close to finishing a couple of RPGs I've been meaning to beat for...way too long now.
Witcher 3 - Finished the main story and Heart of Stone; really great game, but fuck me it's too long. I've made some serious changes to my backlog after playing this; if this is indicative of where open world games went from 2015-on, I don't think I have the time for them. The wedding sequence and the heist were a ton of fun in HoS, I'm very much looking forward to Blood and Wine, and (hopefully) finishing Geralt's arc altogether.
Pillars of Eternity - Started playing this in December of 2019, got sidetracked by holidays, and struggled to come back to a save file 42 hours deep. Made the effort (especially this last weekend), got through all the White Marches stuff and every bit of optional endgame stuff there was. The dragon fights, the Endless Path, the lich Concelhaut (hate him), all of it. All I have left to do is venture past the point of no return and presumably curb-stomp Thaos into chunks, considering my party is max level. This is easily one of my favorite CRPGs ever; It's such a wonderful love letter and successor to the Infinity Engine games of old; maintaining the parts that worked, and improving those that didn't. What an experience!
Also played through ABZU over the weekend. Not long, or deep (mechanically, that is), but those were an absolutely lovely two hours I spent with it. A few tracks aside, most of that game's soundtrack greatly reminds me of some of Don Bluth's animated movies.