Hmm, wierd thought but i noticed this with my family. Everytime we didn't own a game [like Legend of Zelda:Ocarina of time, my absolute favorite game] we played it more. When I had to borrow it from my best friend, I could play it all day, and I'd force him to play it too. We played it every single day. When I finally bought it, I didn't play it nearly as much. Same with Banjo Kazooie. We rented it and almost beat the game and then had to return it. After we bought it we didn't really play it much and the game still hasn't been beaten. Although I have been playing both of these games frequently this week. Anyway, my list.
Goldeneye...growing up with my brother and his friends, we played this game ALL THE TIME. It could entertain us all day, playing multiplayer with 4 people at once, and having to swap in and out because we usually had tones of people over.
Banjo Kazooie...as stated early, I loved this game
The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time...even though it definitely isn't a real challenge like it used to be, its still tons of fun to get out and beat the game again. This will always be one of my favorite games.
Star Fox 64...if we weren't playing Goldeneye we were definitely playing this
Super Smash Brothers
Mario Party...my friends and I liked this one but my brother never did
Super Mario 64
Mario Kart 64
Donkey Kong 64
Snowboarding Kids...lol, yes kind of a stupid game but when I was little I loved it.
I also liked the other James Bond game, the one with the blue cartridge, it's upstairs and I havent played it in forever since my brother is in college now, so i don't know the name but it was fun to play also.
Oh, I also liked to play 1080 and Cruisin World