More significantly, if you haven't played games since the early 90s you'll have to relearn all the controls from scratch, and if dual-analog controls make you dizzy (which is common if you didn't grow up using them) then that's a ton of games that will become an even bigger pain in the ass.
I own a Switch which I think is the right console for me because Nintendo generally offers generally easy fun games that I can play without getting frustrated and hating the fact that I decided to play a game instead of doing literally anything else. Also because I already know the control systems of the big Nintendo franchises I can jump in to whatever they're offering without much effort.
There isn't too much reason to get the newer xbox or playstation consoles imo since the vast majority of those games are also available on PC. But those consoles do have their share of exclusive games so that might factor in to your decision.
It really just boils down to how much time you want to invest imo. Maybe get a Steam account and try some indie games or something. That's a good way to dip your toes in the water without investing too much.