Son, it sounds to me like you're ready to play Saint's Row.
Saint's Row IV is my jam. It's one of a handful of games I consider favorites. The story had a deep sense of humanity, forgiveness, ridiculousness and understanding. When older Shaundi learns to forgive her younger self (in the middle of a attack on a psycho DJ and his minions in which a dubstep gun is used), one of the deepest moral and human lessons in videogame history was on display: never hold a grudge against your younger self.
Saint's Row IV was made with such care and moral understanding, from top to bottom and with such terrific humor that it's a little bit of perfection. Everything from 8-bit platforming to 3D platforming to 1stperson, 3rd person, racing, shooting, fighting and obscene gestures are in the game. It was a wonderful kitchen sink gaming experience, and I ended up with affection for each and every character (including the villain).
During the final credits where they all do a Soul Train line dance, I actually teared up. 10/10.