Don't look now but a new Nintendo remaster could be on the way.

A job posting on Bandai Namco’s website has listings for a planner and two visual artist positions, one of which entails performing “HD remastering of the 3D background." The listing was first identified by Resetera.

“As a visual artist for a 3D action game project on a Nintendo contract, you will be asked to do image sketching and 3D background production work for design consideration," a translated description of one of the job listings says.

Bandai Namco is the development studio behind many critically acclaimed Nintendo games, such as Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, New Pokemon Snap, and Mario Kart 8.

As many classic Nintendo 64 become playable through the Switch’s online subscription, it was announced that “Mario Golf,” which was originally released in 1999, will be available to players starting April 15.

Other notable titles, such as “The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask,” “Dr. Mario 64, and “Mario Kart 64” have also recently been made available to play on the Nintendo Switch.

Nostalgic gamers may still harbor some fondness for Nintendo 64, which was released in 1996 and was the last major home video game console to use cartridges.