My husband and I used to do D&D, Mechwarrior/Battletech, and a few other smaller tabletop RPGs. Now we run occasional one-on-one True20 games after our kids are asleep (we don't know anybody in the area who plays). We're doing kid-friendly, lite-on-rules, non-violent tabletop map RPGs with our daughters now (ages 7 and 4.5), and it's pretty fun. Anybody else run games with their kids?
Skyrim is a personal favorite, though it's frustrating how the Elder Scrolls series has progressed. I feel like it's gotten more and more difficult to play a genuinely good character. I also feel like they kind of phoned in the attempts at a rich cultural/social backdrop; the minimal effort they put into exploring Forlorn culture and back-history was just pitiful, especially in comparison to the depth they put into Morrowind. I'm a bit psyched about ES Online, but I'm not sure I want to spend the money, either.