I've played a few recently, though playing on Linux until recently caused more than a few problems.
Divinity: Original Sin Enhanced Edition
-- I made a thread for this, so if you want my opinion you can take a look there. Though, in short, I'd recommend it... even if I am only the smallest fraction of the way through it.
-- I managed to get this one running, but it had problems with my Steam controller and my attempt at playing the game with a keyboard was an embarrassing failure, so I quit halfway through the tutorial. I returned to it later, managed to get the controller working, and ended up enjoying it. It is really easy to dive in for hours and not realize it, but I am not sure if that is praise since I am pretty sure the lost time goes mostly toward excessive backtracking thanks to the lack of a fast travel system.
Despite having fun with the game, I really can't praise it much at all this early in the game. The combat system is... there? It feels a bit awkward on the controller and is impossible (for me) on the keyboard, but is neither an attraction or a problem. The maps remind me of a sprawling Fable or condensed Kingdoms of Amalur, which is mostly fine except for the lack of fast travel--running the same paths over and over again and getting attacked by the same monsters quickly crosses the line from fun to tedium.
I will give it points for having an interesting story and being genuinely hilarious at times. I am tempted, however, to take those points away for the random narration that sounds like it was out of a Ron Howard film.
-- I played a good deal of this game on the PS4 when I still had Plus and I enjoyed it back then. I am enjoying it this time around, too. Great game. Great soundtrack.