Grey Ranks is an RPG with some story-game elements played in 3 sittings which details the lives of child soldiers in Warsaw in the final weeks of Nazi Occupation. The people of Warsaw lead a revolt against the Germans to take control of their city before Soviet troops arrived to occupy their city again.
Each chapter, the players will be able to participate in a "mission" where each character takes center stage during a scene, and succeed or fail together. Also, each player will be able to call a "personal" scene - which can be a flashback, personal moment, or anything else the player believes will add to the story.
Over the course of the game, characters will "grow up" - as they use their negative traits of childhood, those traits will turn into positive strengths. That "greedy" kid will become "resourceful". That "reckless" kid will grow into a "daring" one.
Characters also have something that they "hold dear", which they will at first call on, then endanger, then destroy as the situation becomes more dire.
This is an amazing game that has changed the way I look at RPGs.