Being that I was born into a rural household in the 90s, many of the games I watched in the video weren't familiar to me. I have read research and seen information on some of the earlier arcade games, but the first game that was actually one I felt familiar with was Super Mario Brothers from 1985. I at least remember some friends and cousins playing this from time to time as a child. More often though, we have played this style of game in recent years through the Wii systems.
During the Part 2 video, I recognized the Disney's Aladdin game. I can definitely see the progression of pixels, graphics, and plot evolving from Mario to this style. Also, King of Fighters is definitely familiar from the Arcade, although I never played it much myself.
The next familiar game to myself came from much later years, Tron 2.0. I really didn't have an interest in many "shooter" style games, so many years and style went by without me noticing much.
Finally, Minecraft is something I've actually experienced playing with my husband. I think he knew it would be something closer to my interest-level. I realize the graphics are a little more old-school when compared to the other modern games, but I'm assuming that's some of the appeal.
To see the evolution of graphics with video clips shows how far technology has come and we can assume it will continue to move forward in remarkable ways. My children are definitely much more interested and involved in video games than I was, so I'm sure my household will be more immersive in this technology.