As I have only played two of those games, I am forced to vote for only two of them.
Mass Effect 2: It's a different style from Mass Effect 1, but I enjoyed them both immensely--and I think ME2 has a bit more replayability than ME1. Here's to hoping they don't screw up Mass Effect 3.
Bayonetta: The camera angles annoyed me no end because all they seem to do is try to exploit the main character's body, and I hated not being able to kill large enemies without ridding the main character of her clothing. I kinda liked the main character herself, once I seperated her from the camera angles. The rest of the characters? Hated them. The story? Hated it. The gameplay, howver, is so good that it makes up for the game's many deficiencies.
Honorable mention: Heavy Rain w/Move. The regular controller stunk. I could barely walk, much less do anythng else. The Move controller saved it. The story...unfortunately, it stinks. There are so many plot holes...anyway. One of the main characters managed to drive me up the wall--and it was the girl, no less. I always tend to cut the female characters in games more slack than the male character, but not even her gender could save Madison from my eternal hatred. Not even being a journalist can excuse her being that stupid. (No offense intended to journalists. ) Back on track. In spite of the multiple plot holes, the annoying character, the horrendous child voice actors, and the fact that the only children who exist in the Heavy Rain universe are little brats, I enjoyed it. In fact, I'm about to go enjoy it again so I can get more trophies.