Hi. In 2014, I returned to role-playing games after a 10 year hiatus. Before that I played from the early 80s until the mid-2000s, from BECMI, AD&D, 2nd Ed, and making it up to third edition. I also played a ton of World of Darkness, as well as Palladium games like TMNT and Rifts, and also GURPS, Rolemaster, Shadowrun, Heroes Unlimited, Torg, Marvel RPG, Star Wars (d6 and d20), etc...
Then grad school and kids happened and I got busy, moved away from my gaming friends, and have been moving regularly for work ever since, getting my gaming fix via video games and board games. But now the kids are in school, I have a steady schedule, and Roll20 happened, so I'm gaming again! Which is awesome.
In my opinion, Gumshoe is the best system for investigation stories. Cypher is light and heroic. Savage Worlds is a bit crunchier but still fast, swingy, and multi-genre. Eclipse Phase is the best philosophical game & best SF game, though I also like Stars Without Number. PbtA is my favorite system to play if I want to think about people in relationships of various sorts. DCC is my favorite gonzo OSR game. And D&D wins for nostalgia gaming.
Genre wise, I love Lovecraftian horror (Call & Trail of Cthulhu/Night’s Black Agents), occult-postmodern urban fantasy (Urban Shadows, Agents of Oblivion, The Strange, Esoterrorists, Mage:Ascension), and philosophical SF (Eclipse Phase). Escapist fantasy is also nice (D&D, Numenera, DCC).
...I had been listing the discrete games in which I'd played here on Roll20, but I stopped keeping track in like 2017! Suffice it to say I'm well into the triple digits on discrete games and probably close to triple digits on different systems.