Personally, I enjoyed Final Fantasy X the most. The graphics were just ridiculously good for one of the first PS2 games ever made. And the level system and overdrives were thoroughly enjoyable, and the plot was one of the most emotional tales I have ever experienced. If you haven't played it, I suggest you do.
Yeah. FFIX was pretty nuts. Doublecast Flare=<3 I loved Vivi, although when I first played IX, I thought that Eiko's nether regions were on display, and it wasn't until later, when my cousin pointed it out, that it was in fact, an awkwardly coloured bodysuit.
FF III and FFVI will always be the greatest in my opnion. FFIII was fun cause you could make a team of what ever classes you want. Want a team of full Ninjas sure go ahead. Full dragon knights why not? As off FFVI it was just amazing it had a ton of characters and had the greatest villian of the whole FF series come on why take over the world when you can jsut destroy it. Yeah thats right Kefka both stated and nearly accomplished the full feat of destroying the world.
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X is just....amazing IN MAH OPINYON. There was something about X that just stood out. Granted I haven't played them all, but the theme (which of course for any FF game is hard to figure out) I think is: Religion Sucks. And the enviroment for that world was just...very unique. The FF Wiki describes it as "Sci-Fi". It all feels very natural to me, and the whole thing with the Machina is kind of a way of saying "Hey, remember when technology DIDN'T rule the earth?!" And Sin is the result of that. IT'S JUST REALLY GOOD KEI? Plus Tidus is...just the hottest thing ever and in my insane brain I'm dating but BUUUT WE NOT GONNNA GO THAR
I love a few others, but my 2nd favorite I HAVE to mention is Dissidia. Dissidia gets loads of hate, but it combines all the stories together (kinda) and just makes me happy. I always loved things like "House of Mouse" and "Kingdom Hearts" where characters from different movies/games come together.
I can't decide between Final Fantasy IX, Final Fantasy XII, and Final Fantasy XIII for my favourite.
Final Fantasy IX was amazing because it had great character development, a great plot, and a rather unique atmosphere. I love the Chocobo Hot and Cold minigame; that's probably the best minigame in the series. I also love how the characters end up meeting. Most RPGs tend to have it to the point where a lot of the characters follow the "we meet you in a random town on our journey, help you out/get help from you, find out we share similar interest, and recruit you/you ask to join." I think the characters in Final Fantasy IX really belonged there. (Except for Quina. I had no clue how relevant that story really was. I guess in some way you could link him/her back to Alexandria...)
Final Fantasy XII was a huge emphasis on gameplay for me. A lot of people dislike it, which surprises me, to be honest. I always found that while it was the first of the main series to drift from the general foundation, it was also the first to open the way to a new generation. I love the amount of freedom it has to offer, with so many areas to explore, enemies lurking in every corner, and the fact that random battles were eliminated. The Licenses were a bit foreshadowing of the weapons and kind of lenient and frustrating, in a way, but it was nonetheless fun. I didn't like having to wait for actions to be done so much, but I guess that's how you make Haste work.
Final Fantasy XIII was a highly anticipated game for me. It disappointed so many and left others in awe. For me, it left me in awe. The graphics are unbelievable, but what really captivated me was the emotion and sheer brilliance of the story. The ending was spectacular, and it made the theme song fit so much. Final Fantasy XIII was like a thriller from mid-game to the end. Granted, the first half was not as captivating, but I thought the build-up was worth it. It was done smoothly, in my opinion. The game is also one of the most linear games ever, but I really didn't mind.