@2Chalupas: Sounds like you're trying to find console bias where there is none. I'm not interested in your petty System Wars squabble.
Check which forum you are posting in here.
In either case, many Nintendo games fall into that exception I'm talking about. Where they are lo-fi and low budget but still good because they are polished and well designed. But if the OP is going to blanket generalize "games with advanced graphics are going to age badly" that sounds like an argument a Ninty fan would make, because they know they have no chance of "advanced graphics" appearing on their system.
I'd say driving games and sports games and such generally age badly, because 99% of the time you want the latest and greatest version. Whereas a platformer is going to hold up. I tend to think FPS reached a threshold where they will age better as well, that wasn't the case for the 1st few gens of FPS.