Incredibles 2. A few people I've met don't seem to like it but I adore it very much. Better than the first one imo. Only complain I have is that the antagonist could've been better; it had potential to be a super mega villain but it was just a generic one. But overall, it was pure popcorn entertainment.
Oh man. I have tons! Here are some (not in any particular order):
Batman: Dark Tomorrow - Yes, the game is superbly bad in terms of controls but I really dig the storyline. The cutscenes made me want to finish the game and I did. It's safe to say that Dark Tomorrow is a way better game than any of those scammed indie games on Steam Direct.
Army Men: Sarge's Heroes Trilogy (SH1, SH2 and Portal Runner) - 3DO was notorious in spamming their Army Men games at one point with little to no improvements over the gameplay and graphics. However, that didn't stop me from enjoying these 3 Sarge's Heroes games. The Army Men is movie quality. Pixar should pick this up and turn it into a animated movie phenomenon.
Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty - I honestly don't understand why people flack this game so much. Sure, Solid Snake isn't the main character and the relationship between Raiden and Rose is cheesy but what about the cyberpunk aesthetics? That was incredible! Everything about Sons of Liberty is gold to me and I pop this baby in any day.
Condemned 2: Bloodshot - I was a huge fan of the series and still am. Sadly, a lot of people hated this game when it came out. I dunno what they were expecting but I adore everything about Bloodshot: the visceral face-to-face combat, the puzzle solving, the plot, the atmosphere. It's disturbingly beautiful!
Metal Gear Ac!d - Another Metal Gear game that never got the attention it deserved. I'm still waiting for Konami to re-release it so I can play it on my Vita, Switch and/or PS4.
Dark Void - I've not heard anyone given this forgotten game a praise but I liked it. Dark Void is not by any means a masterpiece but what's more fun than flying around in a jetpack and blast baddies in mid-air? It's awesome!
The Club - I could not put this game down when it was first released in 2008. Sadly, others didn't feel the same way.
Yes but in video format. I truly miss video reviews. They haven't made one since Skyward Sword, which was 7 years ago. I don't mind them switching to videos as I'm not much of a reader; it's more engaging and easy for me. GiantBomb should revive video reviews but this time simplify it by using only their voices and video captures like Easy Allies and GameSpot. Reviewing in front of the camera is no longer needed.