Sometimes I wish Square Enix would have named every Final Fantasy game different, so the hate fans give between all of them wouldn’t be as huge, like which FF is the best, or people who haven’t played FF wouldn’t have the lame excuse that they haven’t played it because of the fanboys/girls, or that it has too many to start with it now, as if they would be connected with each other.
I am one of the only people who has never played Final Fantasy VI, and I wish I knew which version of it to play.
Even after completing FFX, I still love going back and completing all the side quests. I just lose myself in the world of Spira.
The only two Final Fantasy games in my vast collection are Mystic Quest and Theatrhythm.
I know a lot of people want HD remakes of Final Fantasy VII. But I think the should make a HD remake of Final Fantasy IX. It one of the greatest games story wise.
Final Fantasy IX gave me unrealistic hopes for the other games in the series. I’ve yet to find another one that I like as much as I love it. The closest I’ve come to it are XIII and X because of the sphere grid, crystarium, eidolons/aeons, and a few memorable characters (Fang and Auron).
Final Fantasy XIII had horrible music compared to the rest of the franchise. I literally have to mute my TV when there is a battle because the song’s pitch makes it painful to listen to.
I’ve grown as close to my main monsters in FFXIII-2 as I have to my team in Pokémon, even (or maybe especially) the ones that can kick more ass than I can. I don’t want to infuse them into other stronger monsters, even if they are supposedly weak early-game monsters.
I never really liked any Final Fantasy game at all until I played Final Fantasy XII. I know, a lot of people dislike and criticise it, but I must have put in a total of 500 solid hours into playing the game.
Final Fantasy XIII has been the first ‘Main’ title in the series (not counting online or spin-offs) that I lost enough interest in, to sell before completing.