Most recent one for me was Xenoblade Chronicles X. There's a bit not long after the game starts, where you've been wandering through an enclosed rainy ravine at night. You get to the end of this as the dawn is breaking and the rain stops. You come out into an open area as the sun rises and you see the most amazing vista, stretching off as far as the eye can see, a landscape filled with bizarre and exotic lifeforms, ranging in size from human sized, to the size of shopping centres. A real 'Wizard of Oz' moment. Before that, it was Alien Isolation, especially the PC version. If you are a fan of the original Alien film, then this gaming nirvana. It looks like the film in every detail, the locations are incredible. I've actually spotted little background details in the film now, thanks to the game. It's a much more terrifying experience than the film though, when it is you that is being hunted. I never knew crouching down behind a chair for minutes at a time could be so tense. Finally, Mario Kart 8. I don't care what anyone else says, this is the best one, I have them all, I know my Mario Kart. This one is just so slick. Every detail on every track, like the pink frosting on the sweet track that leaves a dusty layer on your tyres if you touch it. Or as you slowly come to realise the true shape of the race courses you hurtle around upside down or up the walls. The little expressions on characters faces as you jostle for position. Incredible draw distances. Rock solid framerate. It really makes me think this is what a modern day arcade game would be like, if they were still being made. Everything about it screams fun and is a massive treat for the eyes. It's accessible and challenging and beautiful. Everything a good game should be.