I have a lot of nostalgia for broadly the same period. Final Fantasy VI, Chrono Trigger, Fallout, Deus Ex, Morrowind… I think it was the sense of discovery that drew me to them in the first place, and it’s a longing for more of the same that’s given me a going-on-two-decades’-long itch that I still can’t scratch. I’ve replayed everything I listed at least once over the years, and I’ve never been able to lose myself in their worlds quite the same way I could the first time.
I can, however, share them with my wife. She hasn’t taken to Morrowind yet, but I did get to experience Oblivion and Skyrim through fresh eyes, and that was marvelous.
I’ve also been working on a years’ long project of playing or replaying all the Gold Box RPGs. Champions of Krynn and Pool of Radiance were my first exposure to any kind of RPG, and I’ve found them surprisingly playable even now–clumsy, low-resolution interface and all. I got bogged down in Secret of the Silver Blades, though. The mines and crevasses suuuuuu–Monsters attack!–uuuuuuck.