1 - FF3
2 - FF2
5 - FF4/Spirit Camera
I love FF3. Like, that game is my go to. Don't ask me why, since there are problems with it, but I just love it. I love how they try to tie it in, I love the setting, and I'll never forget that feeling when the ghosts start to slowly trickle into the real world. I freakin' loved it from start to finish. Of course, I love FF2, but it's the game play that gets me. There's so much back tracking to the same places over, and over, and over, and over, and over, and over, and over, and over...By the end of the game, i'm like, "can I tap the map and jsut be transported there, good grief."
I like FF5. But it doesn't click all the way for me. Couldn't explain why, but there feels like there's something missing. Don't get me wrong, I like it. I love the mountain and everything to do with it but...I don't know. Maybe it's the ending, maybe it's the characters, but something just doesn't click.
FF1 I've played the least. Love since it was the start, but don't go much beyond it. And I never really got into FF4. I played it because it's part of the series but I didn't care much about it besides that. It has some good parts (Like Watashi) but that wasn't enough to really keep me engaged throughout the game. I finished it because of a sense of purpose, not me really caring one way or the other. This might get me stoned, but I liked Spirit Camera more than FF4. And I like the Spirit camera was their experiment with holding the camera up before FF5 got developed.