I really don't care for World of Goo.
Obligatory CoD mention but that's too obvious; I reckon you could double back and call yourself a hipster if you like CoD.
I fail to see the the appreciation for the Uncharted series and I've been unable to stomach a Metal Gear game since MGS. And I don't like Fable.
I also don't like Angry Birds, and before it became cool to dislike Angry Birds.
I have to say that so far I'm so glad I enjoy so many different games that get mentioned here, more fun for me I guess.
I dropped $100 on Fable 3. Major buyers remorse. That's the main deal. I suppose the first two were OKAY.
I don't like Super Meat Boy.
Portal 2. I got so burned out on seeing it all over /r/gaming that I felt like I had been through it a dozen times without even playing it.
What most people get hung up on is the way each game's story is framed. That's the most glaring similarity and many people use that as a means of presuming that they're all exactly the same. Which is understandable, to be fair - but not entirely right.
Here's a little bit of what I wrote in the Pokémon thread:
I've always felt in a minority group by preferring GTA4 to the PS2 era GTA games. They always seemed silly and throw away to me and I like the direction they went with GTA4. I think I like boring.
Resident Evil 4
Yes, it was a game that Capcom needed to make. Yes, it was a game that the survival horror genre needed to survive. Still, Capcom embracing its comic book roots like that set them on an extreme path that cut off some very interesting avenues and as a result, we're stuck with this new form of action horror that misses the original points. I was never really happy with the direction Capcom were taking after Code Veronica, anyway.