I wanted to use most of the time being sick by playing games. The recently-released ones, mostly. So I stockpiled a bunch of them, and started playing.
First on the list was Crysis. It was fun, at the start, but as I progressed further, all I wanted is to complete it already. Graphics were as expected; amazing. Nano-suit was fun, but I expected more. So I gave it a 8.5, and now I'm looking where to get Warhead.
Next is Assassin's Creed, which I very much wanted to play. It turned out to be pretty satisfying, but nothing more, as it got repetitive later in. And the story was hard to follow. 8.0 for exciting moves. But I hate cliffhangers (especially as stupid as this one).
And Far Cry 2. I think I see a pattern in these "Cry" games. Cool new tricks (why no one used them before?), amazing graphics (for uber-hyping up), and then disappointing gameplay (mostly just frustrating) and sucky story (let's not forget awful voice acting). But Far Cry 2 was a really frustrating experience for me. Most of the missions are completely alike, moving trough the world is long and tiring, and the story is almost non-existent. Very disappointing (6.5). But there are some nifty tricks with graphics (like your eyes adjusting to the light) and gameplay (repairing cars and gruesome healings).
On the to-complete list are also Red Alert 3, Witcher, Giants: Citizen Kabuto and Psi-Ops: Mindgate Conspiracy. I also purchased Left 4 Dead (thanks to UpInFlames' blog post), which I'm now playing 24/7. I'll write about it next time, now I have to go kill some Infected (and maybe few Survivors :))