We play games together at home, either making a div of myself playing Just Dance ( 40 year old metal fan in an Evile t-shirt, prancing about to club tracks! ) or we sit down and play Monopoly or just pick up a deck of cards. I know at least two or three other blokes roughly my age who play video games and traditional table-top games with their families.
I used to play games all the time before my kids arrived I stopped for a while as you don't really have time and it's not important. As soon as they were able to comprehend the action/reaction concept that infants learn, we started looking at introducing them to video games as way to get them comfortable with technology they would have to deal with for the rest of their lives. They don't play video games that much anymore as a consequence, it's just another thing to pass the time, like reading, going out cycling or walking, etc. Most kids are so comfortable just jumping from a tablet, to a phone, to a TV console, to a PC. They don't consider it anything amazing that they can do all that, it's just natural to them, unlike me being a sad old git who has to think about how to use one device over another before using it.
The days of solitary video game play went out yonks ago, when the Nintendo 64 allowed four players to play Mario Kart or the multi-tap Playstation games, that's when gaming expanded to include friends and families in a social situation. Something everyone can enjoy together, just like a traditional board game.
Video games do have a valid place in the home, with all ages, but like most things in life it requires some forethought and some moderation in how the item in question is used. Like anything else, if you misuse something or even abuse it, of course you will come off worse.