Does anyone else find themselves gravitating towards games that require less work/setup time over time? It all started for me with Prime Time Adventures which taught me about scenes and themes and the power of thinking like TV. This has carried over into the way I play everything.
Looking at what I've played recently:
The Sundered Land.
Frontless Improv Apocalyspe World Hacks. (DW/IW, MH etc).
Fate Accelerated (If we'd known about Tiny Fate, we would have used that).
Life on Mars.
Looking at what I'd like to play in the next little while:
Road to Lindisfarne.
A Flower for Mara.
The Climb** (This is probably an exception but I'm keen to try a Larp of this Nordic/American type).
I've very much moved away from games with complex storylines where I have to keep and refer to notes in order to run them and onto lighter games with (somewhat ironically) deeper and more challenging subject matter. (I crave the bleed that most gamers seem to want to avoid)
Sometimes I feel like I must be missing out on something but every time I hear about my partner's WOD game (she's a trad gamer, we can't game together...yes this is funny), it's like they play in slow motion rather than cutting scenes and moving between drama points like I do.
Anyone else feel like this or have anything to share?