Dragon Age Inquisition looks great. Games like that (eg Skyrim) often have trouble upon initial release with bugs, glitches and frame-rate issues. Think the way to go is to wait for the Game of the Year edition on PS4, then nab it.
I'm passing on Watchdogs. After all the hype, it's not much more than a GTA clone with a gimmicky/underdeveloped "hacking" system. Like, if you're being chased by a car, you press a button to "hack" and blow up a steam pipe....which isn't a whole lot different from being chased by a car, and pressing a button to launch a rocket into the street and blowing up part of the street. Either way, the end result is the same. I'll buy it when it's on sale for $9.99 on Steam or whatever.
I started Wildstar last week, and it's different enough from Guild Wars 2 to keep me interested.
I also bought a ton of games during the recent GOG and Humble Bundle sales, mostly point-and-click adventures and D&D-based RPGS of yesteryear. And I'm trying to get into Awesomenauts + Magicka.
Ehhh...it's not really cyber-punk (in the William Gibson, Shadowrun, or Deus Ex sense) as much as "modern tech/hacker...uh...punk." I mean, you're just a Batman-voiced dude in a baseball cap and trenchcoat running around Chicago with a cellphone and pressing buttons to make things blow up.