Just beginning Assassins Creed 4; however it is superior in graphics to Battlefield 4, even without the need to install a texture pack (2GB on BF4), and is superior to GTA V as well. Obviously gameplay we shall see, I just was bored and wanted to share some thoughts as well as get your thoughts.
Battlefield 4: in a word, RUSHED. The campaign deletes itself (known issue via forums), cannot group up with friends in squads to enter servers together (known issue), also, even with the 2GB install, the game looks... bad, almost as though BF3 looks better. Even in single-player, certain aspects such as approaching a carrier at sea, it looks AWFUL. The multiplayer does seem decently balanced, and is a battlefield-esque experience, though it does feel "COD-like" to an extent, when playing anything but conquest.
*Note: If anyone can explain why BF4 has such a smaller texture install size compared to BF3 please elaborate, is it due to the updated engine, or "laziness" or what? Thanks!
GTA V: fantastic single player, 100% in 40 hours, well worth the money, they did a much better job not making as many missions seemingly repetitive and the story wasn't too bad at all. The online component is certainly a nice addition, though it also felt rushed (just google anything related to GTA V online to see the various issues). I do enjoy the survival game mode and though I am only level 30 I feel I can comment on a variety of the game, but overall, due to the nature of the online format they've chosen it can get repetitive until they finally implement the heists online.
Assassins Creed 4: I shall update in a few hours if anyone does actually read this, but please give me your thoughts as many of you should be far ahead of me or completed the story portion and can also comment on the open world aspects.
Rayman Legends: Incredibly fantastic, polished, improvement on an already solid experience that Rayman Origins provided, with PLENTY to do, varying levels, color schemes & environments, unlocks etc.
Thanks to those of you that read this, I am by no means attempting reviews or really any sort of enlightening material other than my own opinion of games I've enjoyed over the past 30-40 days. I might've missed a game I've played but certianly feel free to comment on these titles or others, preferably the console versions please unless there is some stellar PC-only title you'd like to share that has come out recently!