1. The Walking Dead - When I got my hands on this one I had some doubts, given that it's a new episodic series from Telltale, who failed to deliver lately. I was surprised to find an atmospheric experience all-around, topped with a courageous story. I applaud Telltale for this one, and can't wait the second season!
2. Assassin's Creed III - I'm quite surprised that noone picked this one yet. Sure, it has it's problems, but it literally improves almost everything the series is known for, and I can mention the really meaty parkour (I personally loved that I'm not required to press 4!!! buttons to run, and the "press space to jump over obstacles rapidly" is a nice touch too), the Homestead, which gave me a huge level of satisfaction to see it growing, the trading, which is quite tricky at the beginning, but grew on me and the naval battles, which don't make sense but are extremely fun.
3. Dishonored - I liked it, but for me it wasn't complete. The stealth is fun, it doesn't require you to become a Rambo and go on a rampage on everyone and I've heard your actions have an impact on the others. But it fell short on the fact that you have a wide array of gadgets, but I think I only used two, and I couldn't help myself to think it was unnecessarily rushed. You get the mission, you do it, based on your chosen route you may or you may not get extra reward and that's about it. Still, it was fun, and I had to put it in my personal podium.
I have to get Far Cry 3, but my bank deposit is dry :P. I bet it's amazing, based on everyone's opinion, so it's sad that I didn't get to play it yet. Probably it's this year's last title which has the potential to dethrone The Walking Dead from my podium... neah, not likely :P.