As of now, Friday the 13th: The Game is unique and has its brilliant moments, but it's not a game I'd recommend picking up. It can be too dull of an experience. I think it's mostly diehard fans who will enjoy this the most at this moment. Despite all of this, I could see myself revisiting this game from time to time with some friends who are in it more for a laugh than a scare.
Mafia III is an ambitious game that tackles serious, relevant themes. Unfortunately, it lacks technical polish, and the mechanics aren't much better than anything on the market, let alone offer anything new. Still, it's a good game that's worth your time for at least one serious play-through. Whether you replay it depends on how enthralled you are by the adventure and if you can tolerate the repetition.
Uncharted 4: A Thief's End is different from the others. It eschews the supernatural elements of the previous games in favor of a slower-paced, deeply personal story that's marred by some pacing issues. However, as usual, this entry pushes Sony's console to the max. Whether or not A Thief's End usurps Among Thieves' position as the best in the series is unclear; however, this is Drake's best tale.
Prior to Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection, each Uncharted game was already a technical masterpiece, and Naughty Dog did an excellent job of making it enticing to me to marathon through the series. Fans who have already played the PS3 games will be pleased with the improvements, and newbies interested in Uncharted 4: A Thief's End will have the perfect place to start.