I play a mix of old and new games. I may record a new release because I play the games anyways, or I may record old games if they need some love. I keep a regular upload schedule of at least one video per day, and will usually have one main walkthrough going all the time.
Check out my Let's Play's on http://www.youtube.com/qieth
Alan Wake is a bit of a spooky game. Expect a good number of scares. Expect to be on the edge of your seat. The writing is wonderful, but that is to be expected of a game about a writer. It's well worth the money!
I very much liked Dishonored. So much that I started playing the game again immediately after completing it. Dishonored gives you many options when it comes to completing tasks, and how you do these tasks completely change the way you experience the game.
This game evolves around planning ahead, using stealth and suprise assasinations, rather than brute force. You could very well run in head first and take everybody down in a swordfight, but you quickly learn that this isn't the fastest or most efficient way to accomplish your goals - especially becausey ou'll be fighing half the fortress. This way, you are encouraged to consider where you want to strike and how you can best deal with any situation.