While there are a fair number of rushed games that end up disappointing (Fallout 76 and Anthem being current examples), I think we're living in a golden age of good games. It's easy to look back at the games from the 80's and 90's and get nostalgic. Hell, Nintendo has made a mint off it. The games I used to love when I was younger were mostly short and repetitious. With a little finesse you could complete most 8 and 16 bit era games in a single sitting. Many had inflated difficulty because they were designed to get you to add more quarters. Either that or they had to be challenging in order to make their 1-2 mechanics have legs. Let's not forget that games were actually way more expensive back then. They were priced at the same $59 30 years ago. In just the last year I've had a blast with games like Destiny 2, Assassin's Creed Odyssey, Dark Souls 3, Tekken 7, Nioh, Far Cry 5, Dishonored 2, Resident Evil 7, Street Fighter 5, Devil May Cry 5, GTA5, and more. Those are just the AAA big budget titles, too. Even our disappointing new titles are still light years ahead of most of the stuff from 10+ years ago. Lots of new games are more of the same, but then again...so were old games. Look no further than the run/jump/shoot games from the 80's and 90's. Look at the hundreds of me too FPS games that have been out there since Doom.