7. Final Fantasy III
Say what you will about the current state of Square Enix, but it's hard to deny that they do JRPG remakes right. Final Fantasy III (the actual third game in the series, not the Super Nintendo conversion of FFVI) is an Ouya console exclusive, and while it may not be the Ouya's killer app, its presence is definitely appreciated. With a touching story, polygonal graphics from the Nintendo DS remade, and classic FF gameplay, this is marks the perfect opportunity to play an old-school RPG that you might've missed the first time around.
Keep in mind that this is very much a game of its time, so battles are incredibly straightforward, and the story might seem a little cliché. But, as with any medium, the classics can show us a lot more than we might expect. For instance, FFIII marked the birth of the job class system, which lets you switch your party members' specialties whenever you see fit. Seeing the birth of such a significant Final Fantasy hallmark is worth the price of admission alone.