Mario Party is kind of a love-it-or-hate-it series. Its mini-games are uneven and the randomness in its design turn a lot of people off. Still, if you’re looking for a party game that even non-gamers can get into easily, it’s hard to beat.
The first-person shooter Goldeneye 007 was something of an anomaly on the mostly kid-friendly N64. It had a campaign worth playing but really stuck around as one of the generation’s premier multiplayer games.