Assassin's Creed 3 is a good game and Connor(Ratonhnhaké:ton) is a good protagonist I cared about and also a very nice man. Not everyone needs to be a suave rogue like Ezio Auditore or Edward Kenway, those two led relatively carefree lives until their paths led them to the assassin brotherhood. Connor never had that and he doesn't act like that because he is an outcast who knows that he is treated like an outcast and still tries to do his best to prove himself to his father and to represent his people, all the while "uh uh uh uh uh"-ing bad guys with his tomahawks. The homestead missions highlight the good-natured side of Connor and shows how much he cares about the homesteaders.
Beat me to it. ACIII is mostly a very good game, and I enjoyed Connor and his story much more than the by-the-numbers "dashing hero" shit most of the rest of the AC series leans hard into.
Also, the love being shown to Dark Souls II here warms my cold heart. That is 100% a terrific game, and people act like it's crap because it's not the original.
I'll add my own. Burnout: Revenge is the best Burnout game.