Before Pokemon Shield came out, I didn't do much with the console games Pokemon put out. They were (and are) some of my favorite N64 games, and of course this picture doesn't include the ones I have downloaded, but I'm really happy with my small collection of console Pokemon games.
Pokemon Battle Revolution
The first time I got to see Pokemon on the big TV also ended up being largely pointless in the end. I mainly used this as a way to play Pokemon with friends who didn't have their own game, and for battling it worked fine. I never really did much in it though, and now its only purpose is holding the Pokemon from a long-gone save file of HeartGold I no longer have.
Pokken Tournament DX
I was way too excited for this when it came out on the Wii U, and I played it every once in a while, so I grabbed it for the Switch as soon as I could. I don't know why my copy is PAL, or why I got it at all really. Probably just desperate for Pokemon content on the Switch. I have played it maybe twice, both times thinking 'Wow, I've really never been good at Tekken'.
Pokemon Let's Go! Eevee
When this was announced I was already suffering from Kanto burnout and I nearly cried thinking of how it won't be over for a while. Cute game though, love using my Pokemon as transportation. Local co-op was really, really cool too and it let me play with my brother! I wish they'd do it more often.
I Love this game! I love this game so much! Not my favorite Pokemon game by far but I found all the towns to be beautiful, I loved the characters, and the customization is almost perfect (I wish they'd stop gender-locking clothing). I completed all 3 Pokedexes in it, though I do regret trading all my Pokemon up to this game. The shiny hunting methods suck and I wish I had my Alolan team back in Ultra Moon.
New Pokemon Snap
Pokemon Snap is my favorite N64 game and I'm so happy it's on the switch now! I adore everything this game does- it's SO beautiful and there's an almost overwhelming amount of ways you can interact with the environment. It's super in-depth for what's basically an on-the-rails shooting game. I haven't finished it yet due to spending like, a week straight just on the first two areas and then burning out, but I'm excited to!
Due to how pathetically short this game is, it was the first N64 game I 100% completed! I remember adoring this game as a kid and being absolutely obsessed with getting every secret possible, but playing it again recently... it's janky. The controls are so uncomfortable, though I guess most N64 games are like that. It's still a really cute game though and holds a very special place in my heart.
Like Pokemon Battle Revolution, this doesn't have much sentimental value for me past being a battle simulator I played with friends every once in a while. Unlike Pokemon Battle Revolution, I had none of my own Pokemon in this game and got bored even more quickly. I feel like if I had a Gameboy Player and a solid Gen 1 game, it would be a lot more fun.
Hey You! Pikachu
I was absolutely obsessed with getting my hands on this game as a kid. Being able to TALK to PIKACHU sounded surreal, even if I knew that it would be a bit awkward due to the nature of N64 games. I was right! I definitely found it charming, and played it once in a while back when I was really into my N64, but I cannot think of a single notable memory with this game aside from the struggle to hunt down a compatible microphone.