Just in case you want to know
I strongly favor anything non-modern (With a few exceptions) but Medieval style games remain at the top of the list. Long ago I read Song of the Lioness
which was about a girl that wants to become a knight instead of become a noble woman. Maybe it is the deceptive slenderness and fragility of a woman that is balanced at the tip of a sword when challenged that attracts me- I cannot say for sure. Then bring together the element of a man wielding a sword and trying to put her in her place and finding her an equal or better just gets me in a fun writing space.
As before when I mentioned medieval, I can go for modern games. They are not straight across the board, black and white modern, and include vampires, were-somethings, witches, demons, etc. I like the myth and legend aspect that keeps things fresh in a way. I like Kresley Cole's idea for her series, Immortals After Dark
and their Lore. Laurell K. Hamilton's Anita Blake: Vampire Hunter
mythology also melds into my writing style and insight into preternatural beings.
After general setting and ideas, other things I look for in a game are a little more advanced literacy. My posts tend to go for one to two, if not three or four paragraphs per regular post. If I'm having an truly "Muse has run off" day, maybe a paragraph. Firefox is my main browser of choice, so my spelling errors are few and far between. There have been times when I've been known to have issues somewhere. Perhaps my fingers go faster than my brain, or neither are meshing that day. I cannot say for sure, but it just happens. I am decent enough at understanding what you're trying to get across to me.
Some other things you might find interesting when contacting me are I am an open person to most things. I am bisexual in reality, and on here it does not really change. I will tell you if I do not think I can pull it off. I am brutally honest that way. I always take ideas into consideration, so never be afraid to at least bring them to my attention.