Square Enix did something a lot of people have been begging them to do: remake Final Fantasy VII. Heck, Final Fantasy VII isn't even the only game that people have been clamoring for when it comes to remakes. However, with Square acquiescing to that request and giving in to what the people want, it got us thinking. There are definitely a handful of memorable, classic Japanese role-playing games that also need to be updated for the new generation of today's gamers.

We decided to put together a list of some of the classic and venerable titles that helped shape our youths (and young adulthoods) throughout the ages and a few of these games you might remember and few you might not. Nevertheless, all of the following games definitely need to be remade with the available technology afforded to today's generation of gaming. So without further ado, check out the list below.

Chrono Trigger
One of the most popular games during the 16-bit era was the SNES role-playing game from Square called Chrono Trigger. This 1990s gem was full of wonder, multiple endings and an active turn-based battle system that had some really awesome combo capabilities. Square has re-released the game over the years on different devices but they've yet to properly remake the game. Most fan attempts have been shutdown and Square has resolved to only re-release the game about a hundred times on different platforms but never commit to a full remake. With Square set to remake Final Fantasy VII it only seems fitting that one of the most beloved classics from the SNES era could be in for a refitting and a much-needed graphical upgrade and gameplay overhaul. Chrono Trigger remade for today's generation of gaming needs to happen.

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