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Sorry for the redundancy in the title, but for the question: What was about the past Final Fantasy games that made them so good or was the prime time for Square/Enix?
Compared to the other "Big 3"(mainly VI, VII, and X), the XIII trilogy seems to have less likability due to linearity, horribly written characters, and plot.
I know that the less liked titles were XII and XIII, but isn't the diversity of each game what makes them Final Fantasy? But I can't grasp what this special "charm" that the series each is supposed to possess to be part of the Final Fantasy series.
What do you guys think? (Apologize if my question seems difficult to understand).