Including the N64 EU lineup is a little dirty, and maybe fanboy-ish.
Since it arrived on these shores a year after Japan (which launched with only 2 games that came here), its lineup is actually very shabby. 4 games in an entire year is nothing to celebrate, and as games journalists you should know this, which is why it comes off as fanboy-ish.
If you're being fair then where is the Sega Saturn line-up (never owned it myself, and it launched badly against the PS1, but it had a hell of a launch line-up)? Where is the PS1 and PS2, both of which came with a huge range of games including the beginnings of franchises that were so good they still exist, and are loved, today? Where's the X360? Not only did you have great boxed games (like COD 2, Condemned, Need For Speed: Most Wanted (still the best of the franchise IMHO) and PGR3), but also Hexic, Outpost Koloki X, Geometry Wars and a couple of arcade classics kicking off XBLA on day one. If it's supposed to be of all time, where is the Colecovision? I remember being insanely jealous of my cousin for having one with arcade-perfect versions of Donkey Kong, Carnival, Zaxxon and Smurf at launch. Sure they may not stand up to Halo now, but at the time they were the bleeding edge and shouldn't be discrimated against purely because whoever wrote the article wasn't born then (when all that had to be done was to leaf through the back-issues of your magazine for research). All of these had better launch line-ups than the N64, and hadn't insulted this country with that advert ("You can't play this yet....").
If the author had changed the title of his/her/its article to "Top 5 launch line-ups of the consoles I bought", it would have been a bit more honest.
C+VG, I love ya, but you should be a slightly ashamed given your history.