Not really getting into any modern main stream games lately I've kind of went retro and as such I've been playing a bunch of smaller games. Here's some of the good ones you might want to take a look at in no particular order:
Gnomoria: It's Dwarf Fortress only with actual viewable graphics and not ASCI characters. It's a VERY addicting little game with a surprising amount of depth. Starting new worlds is really fun. I highly recommend it.
Xenonauts: This modern remake of X-Com is AWESOME. It honestly feels far more like X-Com than the latest Firaxis game. The Firaxis game was great, don't get me wrong, but if you liked the OG of X-Com then Xenonauts is the end-all and be-all of current re-makes. They are into their first Beta now and the game has come a LONG way in the last year. IMO Xenonauts is the X-Com remake to beat if you want to make a X-Com style game.
Shadowrun Returns: I won't say anything about this as it's in another thread here on the forums already. Needless to say if you like Shadowrun and you're not planning on getting this you need a smack upside the head, plain and simple.
Organ Trail: Do you remember the ooooold school game called Oregon Trail? Did ever think to yourself "This is pretty cool, but we need to Zombie this mo-fo up some"? Well, that's what some enterprising person out there did and it's pretty fun. The graphics won't melt your eyes out of their sockets, not by a long shot, but it's a fun little game that can be played quickly.
Starbound: Did you like Terraria but hated being limited to one world? Wish it had more variety? Then Starbound is the game for you. It's Terraria on steroids. They're launching later this year and are finally excepting pre-orders.