1. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Dual Destinies
The Ace Attorney series is one built on fanservice. When Apollo Justice decided to throw away all that fanservice it shot itself in the foot right from the start. Dual Destinies was able to counter that by pulling back just enough of the old gang to truly let the new one shine. Combine that with cases that with a good mix of columbo style cases and more traditional ones helps make Dual Destinies a shining start to, hopefully, a whole new era of Ace Attorney games.
2. Fire Emblem: Awakening
The family system in Fire Emblem: Awakening essentially tied my gang of warriors and their children to me in such a way that anyone claiming that Donnel fell in love with anyone but Sully is one big stinking liar.
3. Saints Row IV
Keith David's loyalty mission. Yup.
4. Persona 4 Arena
Okay new Chie sucks. She has been give a voice that isn't bad and that will forever taint my view of this game. But a combination of an interesting continuation of the Persona 3 and 4 world and frankly being the first time that I felt like I understood an Arc System fighting game made me really enjoy the game.
5. Project X Zone
I'm not entirely sure how it was that I enjoyed a fanservice laden game so much when I didn't care at all about most of the original characters or games found in Project X Zone, but I did. A mixture of a light alternate reality hopping story and the constant use of the "oh shit who is this? It's [INSERT CHARACTER HERE]!" sequence made me love Project X Zone way too much.