The 90's was undoubtedly the best era for PC games. They just don't make games like those anymore (although I really wish they did).
I think there are some good and fun games in the indie sector. There are also many attempts to bring life to old but not forgotten gameplay sectors. For instance, I long decried the downfall of the Infinity engine games like Baldur's Gate. But nowadays we not only have the remakes of both Baldur's Gate, Planescape Torment and Icewind Dale; there are also many new games in the likes of the old: Pillars of Eternity 1+2, Divinity Original Sin and now even Baldur's Gate 3. All these make use of the progress in the technology, so that the experience can be progressed, while keeping the old values. I see the same for other areas too. Recently released quite some shooters that replicate old-school shooters for instance.
So the situation isn't as bad anymore as it was ten years ago.