Assassin's Creed Chronicles: India
If you weren't won over by AC Chronicles: China, AC Chronicles: India probably won't change your mind. But if you want a game with some solid stealth gameplay and a sizeable smattering of timed, platforming bits, you probably won't be too disappointed (the low price of admission also helps). It's unfortunate, but I think using the phrase "you probably won't be too disappointed" is an apt way of describing AC Chronicles: India. It's a short, three to four hour romp that you can safely pretend never happened.
Counterspy succeeds because it takes a concept that everyone is familiar with, and delivers something a bit unexpected in its ability to capitalize on those familiar aspects. Sure it frames its narrative in one of the most patently ridiculous stories I've ever heard, but it captures that danger and excitement of the Hollywood Spy like nothing else in gaming has. Don't let this one sneak by.
Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes
It took me a further four or so hours to clear all the missions while messing around a little along the way, but I still want to keep experimenting with the game's enticing ecosystem. Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes is a fairly brief but exceptionally well-crafted stealth experience that's well worth the time of any fan - or anybody looking for a great action game, for that matter.