I used to play Warhammer Fantasy a lot, but Games Workshop's business strategy is absolutely terrible towards veteran players. With the release of the past two editions, they've made my main army, a magic-based Tzeentch mortal/daemon Chaos army, absolutely unplayable: seventh edition no longer allowed the classical hybrid mortal/daemon armies for Chaos, instead splitting the army into two separate army lists, and nerfed the Mark of Tzeentch (a special ability all my units had) into something utterly useless (I would've understood a small nerf, but not that), and then 8th nerfed magic in general. I still have a (fully unpainted) Empire army as well that's playable, but having my almost painted army rendered useless in two years time was a big slap in the face. Their PR is pretty horrible as well... they actually had to close down their official forums because of what a cesspool they had become, and all the good commenters and even the devs had fled to specific fan forums.
As for CCG's, I've dabbled in Jyhad/Vampire (which I liked at the time, to be honest), and the Star Wars and Star Trek CCG's, and actively collected/played Shadowfist, Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Wheel of Time. The latter is still my favorite CCG of all time, and the only game that I actively played tournaments for (I was reigning Dutch champ when Precedence went under), and I was involved in developing fan-made expansions for a bit after the last official set, but those kind of things never last long.
As for Magic, I'm actually pretty excited about the new Innistrad set, both because of the Ravenloft-eque horror theme and because Richard Garfield's actually involved in the design again.