33. Bomberman Hero 4
52. Robotron 64 3
55. Starcraft 64 2
I can't remember if I've ever played Bomberman Hero or not.
Judging by the number of votes these games got, it seems hardly anyone has played any of them.
48. Wipeout 64
8. The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask
35. 1080 Snowboarding
41. Beetle Adventure Racing
Oh, hey, it's the actual Zelda masterpiece for the N64.
Okay, okay. Masterpiece miiight be stretching it. But it's a better game than OoT, and not just because it's experimental, weird, and massively divergent from the Zelda formula as no other Zelda game ever has been (aside from the super-weirdo CDI ones, I guess). Leaving all that aside, MM is mechanically superior and just a far more interesting experience.
Even counting the series black sheep, Zelda 2, and the "new style" of BotW (just kidding, it's just Zelda 1 style) Majora's Mask stands alone in the Zelda franchise. No other game is as raw and weird and filled with emotion, including a lot of darker stuff, as you witness the denial and then despair of Terminus as the Moon descends.
Majora may actually be the series worst villain. Even Ganon just wants to rule, not utterly obliterate all life. Majora views all life as useless garbage, fit only to be used to its own ends. And that end is literally smashing a fucking moon into the planet. But you hardly get to know Majora at all, thinking the whole time that Skull Kid (an innocent pawn being manipulated by Majora) is just being overly mischievous. Only when you finally unite the giants to stop the Moon from destroying the planet, Majora finally reveals itself, casually sloughing off Skull Kid and laughing at your giants as it empowers the Moon to crush them.
Majora's Mask isn't the best Zelda game. OoT is a perfect Hero's Journey and I only shit on it so much because people think it's this magical, perfect game. Majora Mask wears its flaws with pride, knowing that with all experimentation comes rough edges. But if you can look past the weirdness, MM tells a unique story in a unique way.