Sydney 2000 is good enough to compete at the Olympic level as far as video games go - but it'll be hard-pressed to earn anything above a bronze medal.
NFL QB Club 2001
Playing NFL QB Club for the Nintendo 64 is much like watching a preseason football game; the choppy, sloppy gameplay soon grates on your patience.
Turok 3: Shadow of Oblivion
Despite being a rehash, Turok 3 is a well-balanced, varied platform gaming experience.
Fighter Destiny 2
Fighter Destiny 2 is a sequel that rests solely on its predecessor's innovative gameplay mechanics and doesn't really offer anything new.
Army Men: Air Combat
3DO's Army Men series has spawned several sequels and offshoots. The latest GB version focuses on helicopter combat.
Rally Challenge 2000
Rally Challenge 2000 is, at best, a marginal attempt to bring the excitement of off-road rally racing to the Nintendo 64.
Midway's Greatest Arcade Hits Volume 1
If you're into classic arcade games, and you haven't already picked up this exact collection for the PlayStation or PC, this isn't a bad way to go.
Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards
While some might be initially put off by the youthful nature of Kirby 64, the depth of the power combo system really brings a lot to what would otherwise be an average platformer.
PGA European Tour
Dated graphics, gameplay flaws, and meager extras all conspire to bring down an otherwise average golf game.
The huge number of levels available and the two-player split-screen mode - slowdown ridden as it is - make for an incredible amount of value.
Indy Racing 2000
If you can overlook the muddy graphics, Indy Racing 2000 is surprisingly fun.
Bomberman 64: The Second Attack!
Although Bomberman 64: The Second Attack is not at all revolutionary, it is not especially well executed in any particular area, and it suffers noticeably in the graphics and sound departments, but it still has its moments.
As a single-player or multiplayer FPS experience Perfect Dark is unparalleled on the console systems.
The gameplay is arcade-like, but it is also deep and varied in that well-known Nintendo way. The visuals aren't perfect, but they are stunning nonetheless.
John Romero's Daikatana
Kemco transforms a reviled PC game into a highly playable Game Boy Color game.