>Mortal Kombat Trilogy
That shit was bad on PS1 too. I still don't know what were they trying to do with it. I had both versions as a kid, and didn't enjoy them at all, and I was a huge MK fanboy (MK2 mostly).
I don't remember Gold being bad.
Then again, both of those games are western fighting games.
There just isn't many other 2D fighting games on N64 to actually compare, only Rakuga Kids which showcases an immense amount of animation frames, I'm not sure if there's any PS1 fighting game with this much frames per character.
As >>3714320 said, it's totally possible to get good ports of arcade fighting games on the N64, but it would be expensive to produce.