I like natural diversity, not the kind that is forced like many have stated. I do gravitate towards black characters but more often than not you end up with Big Bo, who I love, but is laughably bad and a blatant sterotype.
I feel that people of said race/gender/sexuallity should have greater input in regards to those characters so you don't end up with a gross approxamition of what somebody thinks they act like.
I've had the game hard lock on me, fallen through the world on the moon, seen the camera bug out during dialogue,and watched the A.I. get stuck on geometry more times than I care to count, but I still really like ME1. I guess to really put it's charm on me with everything it does great that I've overlooked the glitches regardless.
Probably Dark Souls 2. I enjoy the series as a wgole and it didn't rub me the wrong way at all. Definitely my favorite game of last year. It's definitely a game I would play long after its initial release.