I honestly don't like it.
Bland world with repetitive towns and locations, poorly designed characters with very little development, Kefka is an annoying and cliche villain ripped straight out of a pantomime, the soundtrack is somewhat irritating and the overall story and narrative is so weak that you're often left wondering what you're supposed to do next.
Objectively a poor game, end of story.
but none of that is 'objective' analysis. You find it bland? Sure, but it isn't. It's incredibly deep. The towns and locations are actually quite varied, so you're wrong there. The characters have some of the best development of any game, let alone any FF game, so again you're plain wrong there. Kefka can be annoying, I'll give you that, but he's also one of the most maniacal, devious, effective villains in all of gaming. The soundtrack was fantastic, though music can be subjective so I'll leave that point alone. The narrative was not weak, and even as a kid I never, ever had any problem knowing what to do next.
Subjectively not a game you like, sure, but not objectively bad.
Talking about a broken, restrictive combat system, linear narration, and an un-engaging story that barely includes the player at all? That's objecively a poor game. If I Wanted to read an encyclopedia, I'd go to the library.
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PS5, Switch, XSX
PS4, PS3, PS2, PS1, WiiU, Wii, GCN, N64 SNES, XBO, 360
3DS, DS, GBA, Vita, PSP, Android