I agree fully. There were many wonderful games on that platform. And certainly their selection was, largely, poor on this system.
But I maintain that the SNES library was superior, and has aged better. There are exceptions certainly, but early 3D, especially 3D platformers and action games are clunky, ugly, and do not hold up very well.
Symphony of the Night, FF VII (overrated as I feel it is), Suikoden, heck pretty much their entire JRPG category are all still fabulous games. I even, recently, replayed some of them like Xenogears. But others like Spyro, Gex, Tomb Raider, pretty much anything that didn’t use the dual shock just aged terribly in comparison.