The Scary Future of Gaming!? Interactive Movies vs. Video Games....

I want to state this before anyone calls me crazy, but I've been an avid gamer since I turned 5 years old back in 1988. The very first system I laid my hands on was the NES. With wonderful and rich game such as the legend of Zelda, Super Mario Bros. 3, and Mega Man 3, I was hooked for life. As time passed I've been a heavy Playstation and Sega fan. During the last generation I've been upset with the direction gaming has gone. PS3/Xbox360 and 7th Gen PC have looked great and ushered in new gaming experiences, but the actual gameplay has been lacking. After watching the PS4 event and expecting the NextBox I came to the conclusion that its more of the same with unwanted social media included. How disappointing my favorite past time has turned into. Maybe its the fact I am turning 30 this year, or the interactive movie is taking over gaming, the future is scary. I want to get your opinion on this subject. What I mean by disappointment is the gameplay. Everyone champions games like Uncharted and Gears, but when I played through them all that happened was constant pauses for a CGI or brief dialogue. The gameplay pretty much held your hand through the duration. Is this what many people find amazing and breathtaking? Don't get me wrong it was cool when I first saw CGI on the PSX/Dreamcast, but it was brief and straight to the point. I was recently playing through Wild Arms and Chrono Trigger and was amazed at how much detail those games had with 98% gameplay, 2% interaction to convey story. I was reading the post for the recently announced Assassins Creed IV trailer and people were saying how it already looks better then the last......but. they. never. showed. how. the. game. played.....How is it better then the last? This is what I mean by death to gaming, Interactive Movies such as CGI taking up more time then actual gameplay. Do you think it hurt gaming or is it all about the graphics? P.S. - I think Indy games are the place that golden age PSX/N64 gaming left off and true gaming continued. I don't mention Nintendo because they stopped trying to bring in new ideas and heavily rely on "new adventure of your favorite character".