The Nintendo 64 is infamous for not having many role-playing games. The major reason for this is that Square and Enix both started making games exclusively for Sony's Playstation due to its CD format. Nevertheless, there were a few RPGs on the console, some that are today classics.
|Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time||1998||Action-adventure game with all RPG elements but one|
|Ogre Battle 64: Person of Lordly Caliber||1999||Strategy game with RPG elements|
|Super Robot Wars 64||1999||(Japan only)|
|Zool: Maju Tsukai Densetsu||1999||(Japan only)|
|Harvest Moon 64||1999|
|Hybrid Heaven||1999||Action game with just a single one RPG element|
|Mega Man 64||2000||Action-adventure game with all RPG elements but one|
|Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask||2000||Action-adventure game with all RPG elements but one|
|Abarenbou Princess||2001||(Japan only)|
|Aidyn Chronicles: The First Mage||2001|
Hybrid Heaven is considered a role-playing game just because it uses Experience points, although it has nothing else in common with RPGs. On the other hand, Mega Man 64 and the Legend of Zelda games are officially not labeled RPGs because they lack Experience points, although they have every other RPG element.