I swore at my first game in years yesterday which was the annoying helicopter chase in Deadlight.
Other than that, I haven't found myself getting angry at games that much recently. It might be the kind of game that I play has changed, or it might be that I'm more likely to just give up on a game these days, or it might be that most games have improved their checkpointing and reduced a lot of the difficulty.
From what I remember, when I was younger I never gave up, I just kept retrying and retrying, for a week if need be, until I got past it. I might be raging, but I never thought of stopping. (One of the final missions in Driv3r being the worst 3 days, 150+ retries, many angry mental letters to developers composed)
These days, if I quit then I'm unlikely to go back. I actually did go back and finish Deadlight because I found out there was a trick to it, and then went back and tried that successfully within a few hours. But I think that if I hadn't gone back to it the same day then I probably would have ended up forgetting about it and abandoning it.