Yeah, I know. A lot of you don't like FF. I understand. But this thread is about the art, music, storylines, characters, minigames, everything. FFX has the best visuals of any of the games, hands-down, and not just because its in 3-D. The art of the structures and the temples shows that the world has a history to it, something none of the other FF games have really been able to do, nor have they actually NEEDED to. Some of the orchestrated versions of the tracks from FF8 (which I consider to be one of the best FF games for reasons many may never understand) are the most relaxing songs I've ever heard. FFX's background music was more fitting in the context of the game than by itself, but it still served its purpose. FF7's music all had a similar sound to it, which created nice continuity in the places you visited, a very nice touch that is rarely found in games. FF8 had the most complex storyline. People still debate what the hell was really going on. FF9 had another great storyline, mainly in how it made the characters all relate to the theme of the game (life and death). FF6 had the most characters (I think) but the main ones were very well done. They were likeable, unique, and all fit their purpose on the journey that the game was pretty well. FF9 had a great ending because of its characters and they all had some sort of significance to the overall story, as well. I liked Blitzball. It was pretty fun when you got into it, and I got to be pretty good. I also liked FF7's Golden Saucer, though I didn't get that into FF9's Tetra Master or the FF8 version of it. I also think that most of my best videogame memories are from FF games. There is Aeris's death from FF7, the scene in FF6 where Kefka puts poison in the water, a lot of pivotal scenes in FF8 (the CGI actually helped make them memorable), the Bahamut scenes from FF9, the wedding scene stuff from FFX, and of course, the endings to all of the games. Though one thing that pissed me off was when I realized that FFX's ending and credits DID NOT have the FF/"Crossing the Bridge" theme. Every other game has it, but not FFX.