Square Enix has already shown off some big improvements coming in Final Fantasy 7's remake, such as a brand-new graphics engine and real-time combat. There are a lot of other things they can do to enhance the original game, though.

Let's face it: there are some parts of FF7 that are now really outdated or didn't even work back in 1997. Here's hoping that Square Enix makes some major revisions to these sections:

Fort Condor
One section of Final Fantasy 7 that really didn't age well is the battle at Fort Condor. The player commands a small group of soldiers trying to fend off an assault by Shinra troops. It's the most basic real-time tactics game you'll ever play. You point your soldiers toward the Shinra forces and then watch them trade blows. As long as you're not dumb with the positioning and pay attention to the rock-paper-scissors balance of the different troop types, you'll easily cream it. I'd love to see Square Enix flesh out this minigame more. It should feel more like an intense mountain battle between armies and less like two groups of action figures running into each other.

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