The latter half of the 90s had some good ones, too, though I always felt the transition to 3D was a rough one. The N64 had great games like Super Mario 64, Mario Kart 64, GoldenEye 007, Star Fox 64, Banjo & Kazooie, Super Smash Bros., and Blast Corps. The PS1 had Final Fantasy VII, which was the entire reason I even bothered getting a PS1 in the first place, and it had other games for it that I enjoyed (at the time, at least), including Resident Evil 2, Einhander, Mega Man 8, and Colony Wars. And the SNES kept getting gems like Chrono Trigger, Super Mario RPG, and the Donkey Kong Country sequels in its later years.
There's a reason why I look back fondly at this time period.
By the last year of the 90s the transition to 3D was complete and we had the Dreamcast and games like Soul Calibur, as well as stuff like Half Life on the PC. F-Zero X on the N64 holds up really well too I think due to being one of the few 3D games of its generation to hit 60fps.
Bet with Liquidlaser: I say PS5 and Xbox Series will sell more than 56 million combined by the end of 2023.