This is my current line-up to what games I am currently playing:
Super Mario 3D World
The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Words
Super Smash Bros. Project M mod
Sonic Lost World
For the most part in SM3DW, I just need to complete every single level with each of the five characters and I'll be done with that incredible game! In ALBW, I just want to go and complete the game with everything maxed out to the highest value I can possibly achieve. That said, it is actually very hard to do that as I haven't streetpassed with anyone for the longest time now. As for Sonic Lost World on my Wii U, it is actually not that bad of a game than what most people give it credit for. I am actually enjoying my experience with this game and I wish everyone could say the same thing, but nonetheless Sonic Lost World is a pretty decent game! Now comes to Smash and Pokemon. For the most part, they are my competitive games. I am pretty much just cleaning my strategies and polishing my sloppy errors. So far this break is treating me very nicely!
A Link Between Worlds, and really, really loving it. I've enjoyed top-down Zelda games before to a degree (not tried aLttP yet, though), but this game has really, really managed to pull me in to such a degree that my enjoyment of it actually rivals 3D titles... lol
I've become hell-bent on beating Advance Wars: Days of Ruin.
More specifically Mission 20: Waylon Flies Again. Which, in my humble opinion, should have been titled 'Waylon Flies Again... And Again... And Again...' This mission has been taunting me to finish it for about a year now, and I've made little to no progress whatsoever.
The problems I'm facing is that his AI is completely random and not being able to capture the middle ground of the battlefield. I have to think several turns ahead of him to guess what kind of movement he's going to make, and even if I guess it right, he'll trigger his CO power to make his planes to thoroughly wipe out my units.
I'm also having issues capturing the middle cities. I know that winning these cities are pivotal for winning the battle (as building airplanes is an expensive adventure for all AW games), but I have to clash with him and attempt to slog my way through his superior air force for them. And more times often than not, he likes to trigger his CO powers to ride over my army of Infantry, Anti-Airs and Missiles and gain the middle ground for himself.
This process repeats itself for about two or three hours before I have to put down the 3DS or risk throwing it across the room in frustration. I'll know that I'll beat this mission one day, but at this rate, I'm sure that it will be done with sheer dumb luck.