So, I've played a bit of Tyranny, and it's been fun so far. If you enjoyed Pillars of Eternity it's worth a look. Combat feels more or less similar, though the underlying system is less D&D-inspired (f.ex. everyone can cast spells now!), the story's fun with some extremely fun 'bad-guy' moments, all in all a solid Obsidian-type game.
...Of course, it's gonna be a while until I get to play more of it, because I got Dishonored 2 as well, and oh my that game is good. I'm several missions in, and so far it's been as good (and frequently better) as the first one. I'm currently playing Corvo as a sneaky killer, but even as I'm playing it I'm contemplating the next two runs (sneaky no-kills Emily, and no-powers Corvo). It's a late entry, but also a serious contender for game of the year so far.
I binge played Dishonored 2 this last weekend. I played on PC, it's got some bad optimization issues. But, those issues aside I have to agree it is is an awesome game. I did my play through as an (attempted) stealth and (successful) no kills Emily. Stealth is much trickier this time around, which I actually liked. Guards notice that their buddies go missing, or that their sentences get cut off suddenly. Or that a door opened in front of them. With the exception of your final target, no spoilers, but I'm not sure how you can do it without being spotted.
Bone Charm crafting is pretty cool, not a lot of depth but it was useful. I thought the Domino power was going to be insanely broken, especially when fully upgraded. While it was very useful there were plenty of situations were it only helped but didn't completely solve the problem. Far Reach is a fun power, one upgrade allows you to grab items at a distance, another one people. It's also more like a grapple than a short teleport. You can 'swing' off of certain points, it's tricky though, I went off many cliffs by accident.