Find? No. Facebook is good for keeping up with friends you already have, but not for making new ones.
I don't even know if it's good at that anymore. I deleted my Facebook a while ago because it felt like a news feed full of information I didn't care about. The constant memes and stuff that would show up on a daily basis would make me start to actively dislike the people I knew.
Pretty much the same here. I still use Facebook for private messaging with my core group of friends, but the newsfeed has become all but worthless.
However, I think getting new blood into the fanbase is worth mildly upsetting the core fans who think that these games should never change to accommodate anyone.
I hope I don't have to explain how completely ridiculous this statement is. This is exactly the kind of logic that publishers use to ruin franchises.
There are literally dozens of 'accessible' RPGs that exist, which is one of the reasons many Souls fans find the series so refreshing in the first place. Your suggestions go against the very thing that made the games popular and created that hardcore audience in the first place. Not all games are, or need to be, for all people.
I'm having trouble thinking of anything. Maybe the first twist in Bioshock? Probably the endings to MGS2/3 also.
I guess I just tend to not be blown away by specific scenes or graphical quality or whatever. I remember thinking that both Gears of War and Crysis looked incredible pre-release, for example, but I wouldn't have described them as jaw-dropping.