YouTuber and game dev ModernVintageGamer claims that he's heard that a Banjo-Kazooie revival is in the works.
The stuff of nightmares, these bosses dominated gamers while barely breaking a sweat during the 1990s era of gaming.
When these franchises were at their best, their was nothing else quite like them.
Whether it's earning that complete ending or accessing a brand new route, these games ensured you were rewarded for doing everything.
Developed by Rare, the classic Nintendo 64 platformer sees Banjo and Tooie venturing to save Tooty from the evil witch Gruntilda.
Rare's classic platformer, which first released in 1998, will be added to the service next month. Additional features have yet to be revealed.
Titles like Jetpac Refuelled and the Viva Pinata games even have touch controls.
The studio, not Microsoft, has to decide to bring them back.
Give them the shot in the arm they need.
"We don't like the idea of fans getting their hopes up," says the developer.