The one PC game I've bought recently and liked was Tower of Guns. Old school type FPS about movement and avoiding bullets while shooting back. And finding secrets in a generated world. Made by a small team and it shows in some regards. Limiting it to only one weapon on most plays is probably the most grievous problem. Don't know if it supports gamepad.
I 've died lots.
I don't expect to ever reach the end.
That aside, recently I've played I've played Gone Home (Rather meh, I thought), Dear Esther (Nice sense of place, but not overly gripping), Stanley Parable (Weird)
All rather short.
The vast majority of mine are leftovers I'm not interested in from bundles I bought, I've only got a few unplayed that I'm genuinely interested in which is fine with me.
Quite a few llike that, quite a few I picked up to play later, and have never got around to (Witcher 2, Tomb Raider - although I eventually did when it got released on PS+) and even more that I got, played once or twice and didn't return to, and yet still got others in the series that I haven't played (Witcher, Ys Origins) - although much of this is due to the bastard hard first boss)