Guardians of the Galaxy: Exactly the silly space opera shenanigans it looks like. Not deep or especially well written, and the few female characters are dissapointingly flat, but I still enjoyed it for the explosions and space ships and teamwork. Also they get props for having a scene where everyone gets naked but the only characters we see are Chris Pratt and the CGI racoon :D Starts with a character's mother dying of cancer if that sort of thing is an issue for you. Also the bad guy is a vengeful member of an (in his eyes) oppressed minority called the Kree. EDIT: Oh, also, a very very ableist running gag.
Triple Town: Still playing.
Papa and Yo: only just started this but it's a really atmospheric magical realism puzzle game where you play as a young boy imagining his way through his Brazillian city. Apparently the creator uses the game to explore his own experiences with an alcoholic father though I haven't gotten to that bit yet. Puzzles are fun and not too difficult so far though there is a bit more jumping than I like.
Monthly Girls' Nozaki-kun: this is a really fun shoujo anime playing around with shoujo tropes, a bit like Ouran though in a different way. The heroine tries to confess to her crush but accidentally ends up his assistant instead: he's a stoic manly guy who writes fluffy shoujo manga. With the heroine based on his male best friend and one of his heroes based on the Prince-like girl who picks up all the girls. Only 5 episodes in but it's pretty fun.
Fresh Pretty Cure: finally finished it! It was great! Strongly reccomended to anyone who enjoys magical girls/female friendship/redeemed female characters. No explicit romance though there is lots of deliberate subtext, lots of femslash (and some slash) potential, funny and cute and fun. Very silly in parts, but if you can get past the ridiculousness of the monsters the action can be pretty thrilling.
Still watching and enjoying Love Live, Free, and Sailor Moon Crystal.
The Windflower by Laura London: was reccomended it as a really good old school (80s) pirate romance and that's what it is. Flowery prose and tasty cheese, like a cross between the Black Jewels and Pirates of the Carribean minus the supernatural and most of the action, the (red headed American) heroine is so innocent and loveable that allllll the pirates love her. ALL OF THEM. Which I quite enjoyed since there was little jealousy and I was free to imagine a big polyamorous pirate harem forming five minutes after the book ended. ( If you can't deal with references to rape do not read this review or this book )