The marmite entry in Nintendo's long-running Donkey Kong series for Nintendo 64 has inspired Camelot to ponder a sequel.
Donkey Kong 64, whether you love or hate Rare's efforts to take the cheeky simians into a 3D space, is a well received entry amongst fans, and the only title to involve a vast, open world to explore, unlike its 2D side-scrolling predecessors.
Speaking to Nintendo Gamer magazine, Camelot's president, Hiroyuki Takahashi, said that he would like to take on the franchise, given the games are "full of surprises" and that he would "love to make a sequel" to Donkey Kong 64.
Aside from Golden Sun, the company's main efforts in recent years have been soley sports titles - from Mario Tennis to We Love Golf, so it could prove interesting to see how the team would adapt to a completely different genre and Nintendo's beloved franchise.
Would you like to see the likes of Camelot or another studio take on the Donkey Kong series, like Retro did with Returns?