I'm pretty sure I do. Because I grew up in the 90s during the Sega vs Nintendo era and then the coming of the PS1 etc, I feel that games nowadays have lost a certain magic given a few exceptions (Rayman Origins being one). This is of course just my opinion so I'm hoping I won't get fried too much.
Focusing on more the visual aspect rather than gameplay as in trying to make games look realistic has in my opinion tarnished gaming. Everything just looks dull to me. Of course there is Nintendo and I do like their games still, but as much as I love the Mario games, Zelda etc, they seem to rely on those series way too much, but they're making money so why fix what isn't broken I guess.
Also I hope to see more different games being released, there are so many sand-box, military shooter games out there that it does my head in alittle to be honest.
People have different reasons for why they play games and that's a big part of it. Some play for storylines, some for the visuals and some for the gameplay, online or otherwise. There's always something to find that fits your liking.
Gaming was not better when you were younger. It only seemed that way because it was newer back the and you expected less. It also pisses me off when people say this, complain about the lack of great new games, and then know sweet **** all about the fantastic single titles or indie games out there.