Playing Warhammer 40,000K Space Marine and absolutely loving it.
It's probably the only game (aside from bouts of Reach multiplayer, but that's a constant) that could tear my from my second, 'foxiest of hounds' run of Deus Ex.
It's a simple game. Straight up brawler, shooter. Nothing more, but it does what it sets out to do flawlessly.
And it demonstrates to me, that you don't have to necessarily do something out-of-the-box or insanely innovative with a licensed property to appeal to fans. You can turn an ok game or a good game into a FANTASTIC game for fans of the license, just by paying RESPECT to the universe they love.
Reminds me of Wolverine: Origins in that regard. Standard brawler really. God of War influence was on it's sleeve, but the love the creators had for the Wolverine character and universe, and their unwillingness to pull any punches on the stylistic violence and one-note badassery of the character made it a worthwhile experience for guys like me, who grew up on X-Men comics.