I'm not much for gaming on the Mac, but I'll be reviewing Civ VI. It's Civ. To me, that's awesome, but it also means there's virtually unlimited room to quibble.
On the Xbox, XCOM 2. I feel a little bad that my kids love watching me play, but they do, so it's almost exclusively reserved for playing when they're awake. Simultaneously the best and buggiest game I've played on the platform. I'm kind of between other games for the system at the moment. For a long while, if I didn't have anything else going on, I'd play Destiny, but my crew got far enough ahead of me that I don't really have one now, and didn't bother buying the latest expansion. Played Overwatch for a while, and liked it a lot, but what I'm really hankering for is a follow-up to the multiplayer from Mass Effect 3. Still my favorite multiplayer experience. I think I just don't much care for online play against other humans anymore. Maybe I'm too old and slow now?
On the iPad, I mostly play the daily challenges for Bonza and Deus Ex Go, and the old standbys of Honeycomb Hotel and Ascension. Every once in a while I'll throw in a game of Battle for Hill 218. But I'm in between games for review on iOS at the moment, having put as much time as possible into Civ. Hopefully I'll play some more Pathfinder and Twilight Struggle soon. I still dip into Marvel Puzzle Quest from time to time, but always feel bad that some of the folks in my alliance keep dropping $100 at a time (which gets me bonuses). I never spend a dime, and I've started wondering whether the game is brilliant enough to fake some of those sales in order to make me think it's reasonable to spend a ton of money on it, because my allies do.
I got a new phone recently, which was an upgrade from a 5S to a 7+, so that was a big jump in size. Figured I'd put Dream Quest on it to put the format through its paces, and that's still such a lovely design. Not totally balanced, but it explores the design space it's in so well. Really dig it (again).