If you’re into Warhammer, like tactical play, want very little setup, and loves you some aesthetics, then I have to recommend Gorechosen. It’s a little arena combat game set in the Warhammer universe where you get a hand of cards each turn and turn order is randomly decided. If you go hard on offense one turn, your character gets a little tired, and you have less actions to take the next turn. There’s a neat wounding system that can make your character weaker offensively, and there’s a very small chance that any given attack will simply behead the opponent, ending the game immediately.
Once GW broke it off with FFG and started making their own standalone games, I have to say that I was very skeptical, since the FFG “style” lends itself so well to Warhammer’s mythos. They really nailed it with this one, though. The only caveat I’d offer is that you have to be prepared for the possibility of being knocked out early while your opponents continue to fight. You still get to influence the action a bit from beyond the grave, so you can get revenge in your own small way, and the matches aren’t super long so it’s not painful, but it can be a bit disheartening when you get slain before the axe even falls.
Still - great game, and the number of minis you get in the box more than makes up for the price. There are even people tearing the minis out and selling them piecemeal to pay for the game itself.