- Mischief Makers: (N64)
My all-time favourite. A very fast-paced platformer with some brawl scenes and a very cute look. The story is, meh, but it has pretty good variety of gameplay elements (olympic games, racing, arenas, riddles, mazes), every stage has its own setting and plot and the bosses are just awesome, but also tough. And the hidden gems were hard to find or to get, what featured another challenge after beating the game to see the real ending.
- Snowboard Kids: (N64)
It's like Mario Kart with Snowboards. Just cute and it has one of the best soundtracks I have ever heard. It lacks some tracks (only 9 exist) but they take a long time to finish, because they are full of obstacles, very long and the AI knows how to play, especially shinobi, the final boss.
- Zelda: Ocarina of Time: (N64)
I don't think this need any explanation. They invented the log on feature influencing many other games and coined the phrase of 3D Adventures. Long game, partially open world with many secrets, epic bossfights and dungeons. Whether this or MM, it is just a matter of taste. I prefer Oot.
It looks like I prefer console games, but that is not the case. It is just a coincidence that these games were released on console. Most of the time, I play PC games, but that is maybe the reason, why I can remember console games slightly better.