I just wrapped up Ghost Trick, the (relatively) new game from Ace Attorney creator Shu Takumi. As you'd expect from the father of Phoenix Wright, the story is unapologetically goofy, but absolutely captivating, and there's a lot of fun to be had in the central "ghostly" item-posession mechanic that urges you to unleash ridiculous Rube-Goldberg-machine-esque scenarios to save lives.
But the biggest achievement, in my opinion, is the wonderfully detailed animation. Every one of the game's tiny little characters is absolutely dripping with personality, in a way I don't think I've seen since the old LucasArts adventure game days. Good job, Capcom! Sorry no one bought it. A+, would Ghost Trick again.