Play Ni no Kuni or something tragic and heartwarming and try to back away from mainstream AAA shovelware a bit.
I feel you. Many great franchises, developers, and genres died in the great online only versus photosimulator green and brown shooter mainstream AAA bro gamer focused 7th gen. Seriously the average 7th gen "gamer" can be summed up by the 20-30 yr old guy you see that still wears raiders tank tops like hes in highschool and grabs his crotch in displays of manliness. Youve smelled the AXE at Gamestop Im sure.
I know Halo 17 and Transformers: Another Movie Game will not do it for you. Trust me. These are exactly the types of games burning you out.
Play something niche and charming. Play something cute and colorful that uses colors other than green and brown. Be a kid again and remember what it was like playing VIDEO GAMES instead of real life and military sims.
Going back to what made you love gaming in the first place is hard when everyone has dollar signs in their eyesto be the next COD or Angry Birds.
Play something like Xenoblade Chronicles and just relax and take in the scenery and invest your heart into the characters and world no matter how slow it seems. Its worth it. A good JRPG is a soul shaking experience.
And Nintendo games. Single player, offline, no stress of achievements, gamer scores, frags, K/D, competition or any of that crap that has ruined it for all of us. There is too much competition and too many competition inducing metagames (eg achievements) contributing to the burnout.