I wasn't forgetting it, it's one of my favourite game of all time. It wasn't a PS1 exclusive though, as popular as it was on there, it also came out on Saturn and PC (had the PC version myself). I'd also file it under "Action Adventure" like you said, it's not strictly a "3D platformer" because of how much shooting and "find the thing to open this door" gameplay there is, and there's no collectable coins/rings/gems/wumpa fruit/whatever like the other games mentioned ITT. Instead, Lara has an inventory with equipment, usable items, and key items, like a traditional adventure game.
TR1 also already got it's own remake in 2007 in the form of Tomb Raider: Anniversary, and there's also the more recent reboot series. Opinions on the reboot games aside, they still sell them with the "Tomb Raider" and "Lara Croft" labels front and centre, so they're sort of "bringing it back", even if they're not remakes, or anything like the classic games at all. It's not like the Spyro series which hadn't seen a real game in ten years, or an actually enjoyable game in almost twenty.
I agree about SM64 though, I never played it until I got into emulators about 10 years after it came out. Didn't see what all the fuss online was about, thought it was shite actually.
We taking over another thread lads?