Another meta moment came when the Enhanced Edition for the Xbox 360 came out. What did CD Projekt Red do? Instead of charging those who previously bought the game on PC for the new content like Electronic Arts, Capcom, or Activision, they released every bit of new content (over 4 hours of new gameplay, as well as a soundtrack, interviews and concept art) all for free. If that doesn't win a consumer's respect for CD Projekt Red, I don't know what will.
From the second game, at the end of both paths, if Geralt chose to save Triss from Nilfgaard's compound. He storms the place all on his own, and when his hostage, Shilard Fitz-Oesterlen, the Nilfgaard Ambassador, gets shot and killed by his own, and Geralt is faced by the very elite of Imperial soldiers, he gives us this one very awesome line.
Geralt: And now, you will all have to die.
Alternatively, storming the Kaedweni camp alongside Roche. Or not storming it, and realising that Roche did almost as well without your help as he would have with.
The first time you do a Group Finisher - your jaw will drop from how bloody awesome it is.
The end of Chapter 2 on the Iorveth path is this as a whole. Oil gets poured on the Kaedweni soldiers, Geralt and company put up a spirited defense on the walls, a pair of trolls potentially join in on the action, and Saskia reveals her true form to Geralt while saving his life. And just when things are about to get hairy, Iorveth arrives in a glorious Big Damn Heroes moment. In the end, a small ragtag rebel army consisting of untrained peasants, a handful of knights, some dwarven civilians, and Scoia'tael archers manage to beat the army of the most powerful northern kingdom which has them outnumbered 5 to 1. Henselt's humiliation is the cherry on top.