Reminiscing about the games you played, movies and shows you watched, music you listened to, and books you read when you were younger, seems to be pretty in vogue, these days, especially for the people of our generation.
As such, perhaps you've probably felt compelled to return to some of those things from time to time? If so, have your reactions to those things changed? Do they seem to be the same they've always been, or have you noticed new things about them, with your broader, wider understanding of reality and the world around you? Have you found a new appreciation for things you casually dismissed? Or does something that seemed profound just seem like rubbish now?
I can easily say that, within the past 10 years, I definitely see some things differently now.
Final Fantasy VII and VIII, I used to think that Cloud and Squall were two of the most badass heroes ever. These days, I'd say that they're two of the most depressed characters ever, but I still kind of hold onto this image or impression of them being badass, because it was firmly entrenched into my mind when it was still developing. These days, anti-heroes that're like "I say I'm only doing it for the money, but I really actually have a heart of gold" characters just irritate the sense out of me. L'Arc, from Arc Rise Fantasia (Wii), and Kazuma, from Kaze no Stigma (anime) are just two examples of this. I guess the whole anti-hero what-the-f**kery has just been so overdone and poorly done, that it has lost its appeal, but I've also realized that people who're like that in real-life are just putzes. Devil May Cry, the series and gameplay I like, but Dante would just be an annoying person to deal with in real life ("Need to take a piss? It's in the back!")
Xenosaga, after having come off of Neon Genesis Evangelion, I used to think had real profound things to say about psychology and human nature, but watching it again now, I can only ask, "What IS the point they're trying to make?" The translated dialogue comes off as overly verbose and roundabout, I really can't make sense of it. What I got from the ending was "Yay, free will! Power of the resiliency of the human spirit!" Like that hasn't been done before.