Right now I only checked Re:Creators. While the characters and their settings are a little bland and generic, even if they're suppose to be just that, generic representations of specific genres, it's the general concept of the show and its details that I like. Things like a different amount of information making our world and fictional ones making a difference in how much they're perceived by senses like taste. Because while the creator's subconscious helps to connect various pieces and fill missing ones, there're still limits to it. That the act of creation is not enough to make something "canon", but whether or not it has a chance to leave an impression on the audience is good point too. Maybe with few more episodes the series will stand out a little more, but even if it doesn't it's probably going to be a solid anime.