The last game I finished was Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II - The Sith Lords, with the Restored Content Mod. I had played the original infinitely when I was younger, but it was my first time going through the sequel. And my gosh.... I don't regret playing that game one bit.
At first, I wasn't originally sold on it. I think that the set-up was pretty interesting, but the opening was so incredibly slow and boring that I almost quit. I persevered through the first 4 hours, and right after leaving Peragus, the game got so, SO much better. I'll do a quick summary of what I thought was great about the game, and what I think wasn't so great.
I don't really judge a game by this, but the graphics look nice, if a bit outdated nowadays. It has a very distinct Star Wars vibe to it, which also brings me to the soundtrack, that while inferior to the original game's OST, still sounds majestic as ever and has that distinct vibe of the franchise to it. The RPG mechanics are as you would expect in a CRPG, and the battles do get quite easy after 2/3 of playing, but new improvements like more force powers, pretiege classes, and largely expanded lightsaber upgrade feature make the mechanics superior to the original game.
A large part of my enjoyment was in the game's story. I don't think I've ever experienced anything in the Star Wars franchise that ever attempted to do a story that wasn't black and white in nature. I have issues with it only really working in the light or neutral run, but what Obsidian did with the license is frankly refreshing and something every fan of the series has to experience. One character in particular, Kreia, is what makes the story the way it is, by having a Force user who uses and hates it, and acts as a sort of teacher for the protagonist that has a strikingly grey view on the dark and light side. I can't really say too much without spoiling anything, because KotOR 2 is a very, very layered game and it is hard to summarize its plot without going on about the game.
Sadly, even with the Restored COntent Mod, the game isn't finished, and there is quite clearly a lot of stuff that wasn't fully realized, and the bugs don't help much later. But, not looking at what's not there and seeing what Obsidian attempted to do with as little time as possible... it's a miracle the game is as beloved as it is. I think it's one of the best games I played in the last few months, and I highly recommend it.