"This is for you. Thank you for all of your hard work and all the dedication you've put into the server...thank you."
Fraser's unadulterated glee during the Nintendo conference for E3 2012. Objective, huh?
In their playthrough of The Walking Dead, everything to do with Clementine. While Fraser and the others initially treated Clementine no different from any other kid they've encountered in any other games they've played, over time Fraser warmed up to Clementine enough to actually start caring for her and protecting her. It eventually reached the point that it brought out Fraser's Papa Wolf side when she's either in danger or someone threatens her otherwise. (All of this is a far cry from how they think of and treat another child in the same game, Duck.)
In a very weird way, this quote from Fraser:
Clementine: It- It was a person. They tried to make us eat a person!
Lee: But you didn't do it...
Fraser: You're not like that sick fucker Duck, Clem. Don't you ever think you're like him.
The gang gets so attached to the characters that they are all noticeably affected by the ending, with Fraser even being brought to tears.
Fraser and Becky's New Year's kiss in the Minecraft New Year's Eve Mod!
Becky: "Can I kiss you again?"
A sadly unrecorded one for the chat; while loitering in the chat hours before the show, the general tone of the chat turned when the topic of depression somehow arose and many users admitted to having previously had very bad school and personal lives, some even pondering suicide previously. The Chat, shadows and turbos alike, all banded together in a massive show of love and support for each other. A truly amazing moment that several tropers were happy to be a part of, and REALLY wish that they had thought to record.
The gifts Fraser and the Gang gets from Turbos, Mods and fans in between.
Marcus Lindbomm telling Fraser and the Gang he actually watched their stream of Earthbound and loved it, and their reactions to hearing it.
The team's reaction at the end of The Last of Us. The entire thing. From Fraser declaring it to be the best game, story-wise, he's ever played to the large discussion behind the ending.
During the Injustice: Gods Among Us playthrough, the crew is very dismissive of Shazam... until learning that he's actually a 10 year old with the power to become an adult hero. From then on, they see every action as an adorable gesture from the kid. Upon Shazam's death at Superman's hands, they immediately become enraged. Fraser even decides that, regardless of the parallel dimensions at work, Superman must be evil in all of them because one version would be willing to kill a child.
Despite being prepared to hate the game, Fraser and Becky quickly adore Undertale. Fraser goes on length to note how being a fan of Earthbound as a kid felt like being on an island and seeing a game that genuinely captures its spirit blows him away. Its adorable on a lot of levels.