I agree completley. I never had an N64. When i bought GC games like Mario Sunshine and Double Dash, people complained that they were not as good as their N64 prequels, so i got an N64 and got several highly rated games, including Mario 64 and Mario Kart 64. After playing them, it was clear that they had either aged terribly, or were never good in the first place (probably the former), and i felt dissapointed by the games. I felt the same upon playing Sonic Mega Collection, having loved the games as a kid, i played them again, and didn't enjoy them half as much. Same with Yoshi's Island and Super Mario World on the GBA. Too many people don't remove the rose-tinted spectacles when talking about games that hold fond memories for them.