I would dare say no for one simple reason: the people who create videogames have always had similar visions. We're able to more fully realize the vision developers had for games back then. In fact, I have no doubt developers in the 80s were imagining the future of gaming being what we see now as "normal".
Thus, I would say nothing's really changed from a visionary standpoint: games have always covered a wide variety of genres and themes simply because it's a creative industrial sector. Unlike, say, TVs or smartphones, videogames are created from the mind and then materialized into something we interact with rather than being some piece of tech (the tech is what drives it).
Case-in-point: many people don't realize how many of today's hot political issues were already being addressed in far, FAR older MCU comics. I always run into the few daft ones that hate the "woke" stuff in MCU, only to have more MCU enthusiastic people remind them that the exact theme occurred in comics well before our current era. Videogames haven't really changed, just the ability to manifest them far closer to the way their creators imagine them.