Super Mario 64 (Switch)
For sure I wish they would have done more with 3D All-Stars, it's really does not live up to Super Mario All-Stars on the SNES as those were remakes but I'm quite happy with this version of the game. It looks nice (besides the awfully filtered text) and not having to play this game with an N64 controller is already a great improvement over the original. I also like that it's the Japan only rumble edition of the game, it's not good for speed runners but it's interesting to play this game with rumble.
It's still a very flawed game, a remake would have been welcome but this version is alright.
The Elder Scrolls II Daggerfall (PC)
Speaking about flawed games...
I can see why this is a classic, it's very impressive for 1996 but it's buggy and completely lacks any interesting content. Plus you have to do a lot of waiting around and grinding to finish the main quest. Some of the dungeon design is pretty decent though which makes this game still somewhat enjoyable.