Nintendo is known for its timeless library of games ever since establishing itself in the video game industry in the 1980s. With the massive success of Nintendo Switch, the gaming giant has gifted players with multiple classics from consoles like the Nintendo Entertainment System and has recently introduced a library of Nintendo 64 games, although titles are still limited.

Here are five critically acclaimed games from the N64 that are yet to be playable on Switch:

1. Super Smash Bros.

The first installment in what many call the best multiplayer series that Nintendo has to offer, this iconic fighting game has established itself in the industry as an instant classic. "Smash Bros." is unique from other fighting games in that, rather than reducing an opponent’s health points, characters look to knock others off a stage. Health points are symbolized by percentage, which rises as more damage is dealt. The higher the percentage, the easier it is to be knocked off. The game generated a handful of sequels for each Nintendo console that came after it, including "Super Smash Bros. Brawl" for the Nintendo Wii.

2. Pokémon Stadium

"Pokémon Stadium" is a unique title in that there isn’t an established storyline, contrary to other games in the series. It acts as a battle simulator, where trainers are able to connect their "Pokémon Red and Blue" games on the GameBoy to the Nintendo 64 and watch their Pokémon duke it out in 3D battles for the first time. Neither "Red" nor "Blue" is compatible with the Nintendo Switch, yet it would be interesting to see if developers could somehow allow players to connect modern games to the title, and induce a wave of nostalgia.

3. GoldenEye 007

Regarded as one of the most important games in the first-person shooter genre, this revolutionary title pioneered crucial gameplay features still used in the category today. The player assumes the role of popular secret agent James Bond as he defeats enemies while using high-tech gadgets. The game has an average Metacritic score of 96/100, despite low initial expectations within the industry. It is considered one of the best multiplayer games on Nintendo 64, along with "Super Smash Bros." and "Mario Kart 64", and would make a great inclusion to the Switch’s library.

4. Donkey Kong 64

One of the most identifiable platformers of all time, "Donkey Kong 64" is the first 3D game in the iconic video game series. Although it hasn’t been as well-received as other platformers on the console, such as "Super Mario 64" and "Banjo-Kazooie", it remains a staple in one of Nintendo’s most iconic franchises and would be a welcome addition to Switch.

5. Conker’s Bad Fur Day

"Conker’s Bad Fur Day" is unique to other platformers on the Nintendo 64 in that it was designed for mature audiences, as it highlights alcohol use, intense profanity, and a surprising amount of pop culture references. Developed by Rare, the same studio behind "Donkey Kong 64" and "GoldenEye 007", it’s likely this game may not see itself on Switch due to its Mature ESRB rating. If it does manage to make its way over, however, it would be a refreshing inclusion.