This is an odd question, but allowed me to share some context.
By the title, I mean games that are perhaps highly recommended, your type of genre, or perhaps even an older game in a series you enjoy.
This is the feeling I get.
When I go back and play FF7 I don't notice the graphics. When I go back and play MGS I don't notice the graphics.
When I go back and play Ocarina of Time I don't notice the graphics.
However, anything that I didn't play when I was "growing up", (like earlier Zelda games) and I didn't have the chance to go back and play now, even though I know I'd love them, like really early FF games, earlier Zelda games, and just games that people have recommended (like this game called Terranigma which sounds awesome.)
Same with the friend who told me to play Terranigma, I urge him to play FF7 and the like, and he just can't get into it.
This is incredibly shallow, and I was wondering if it affected anyone else.
EDIT: This is absolutely NOT an "are old games better than new games" or vice versa thread. If you bringing it up you can fuck off, because truth be told there are magnificent games on every platform, in every era, and any "gaming is not what is used to be" or similar "old games look cheap and gay lol" will just make you look like a clown.