Currently playing two games at the minute.
The first is Silent Hill 2 and I'm really enjoying it. The camera's a bitch at times and the movement feels fairly slugish but the atmosphere, sound, puzzles and story are all great so far. About two hours in right now (at the first boss - pryramid head). I've also got Resident Evil 4 on the "still need to play shelf" and Silent Hill 2's left me fairly excited about what that'll be like.
The second is The Getaway which unlike Silent Hill, I've played before. From what I remembered about it originally it was a crappy GTA clone with clunky controls that tried to hard to be realistic and suffered because of it. As such, I think I only got a few missions in before I moved on to something else. However, I'm liking it a lot more this time round. The driving segments are excellent., especially the realism (considering how dated this game is) e.g. how the car handles depending on what sort of damage it's taken. There's also something really special about dodging in and out of London traffic, avoiding pedestrians and the "not as terrible as most people make out" indicator nabigational system. As for the shooting, it's flawed, most definitely, but still fairly fun and the driving sections make it worth putting up with.