It's all a matter of opinion, though it's true to an extent. In 2D, most Jaguar games match up well to the latest 2D stuff on smart phones and whatnot. 3D, I definately think that the plain and garuad shaded polygons of the Jaguar hold up better today then a lot of the textured 3D stuff, Though HoverStrike CD still looks incredible to me, considering. There's something about the old VR stuff, that while it definately looks old-school, it's still cool to look at. Whereas all the textured stuff we were all so impressed with on 32/64-bit systems just looks badly dated with low-res texturing, and especially on the games (every systm is guilty from the era) that have warping textured polygons (HS CD doesn't warp for counter-example, except for correct perspective warping). But I was playing Driver 2 on the PSX recently, and I was amazed at all the texture warping and clipping I ignored years ago, same with Tomb Raider.
I, personally, like it all, even warping low-res texture maps. I just think the non-textured polys look better today in the VR kind of way.
Edited by Gunstar, Wed Jan 9, 2013 6:56 PM.