You didn't play the first, did you?
The only things that didn't suck about that game were the graphics and the sound. When a S-RPG fails at basic gameplay, you know something's wrong. Don't even get me started on the plot and characters, because I may end up using words that you don't know, and I really don't want you wasting time looking their definitions up in a dictionary.
Are you kidding me? You make a statement like you did, and when someone makes a (totally justified) sarcastic reply, this is where you go? A comment that boils down to "yeah, well you're stupid?"
Let me teach you something important here. People's feelings about games are HIGHLY subjective. Sometimes, an individual will like a game that other people didn't like, and sometimes an individual will hate a game that other people liked.
FFTA's average rating is 87%, meaning that your opinion is actually the outlier, not the norm, but even if your opinion was the norm, disagreeing with it wouldn't mean that the other person is stupid. It would just mean that they have a different taste in video games. No matter how I've tried, I've never managed to love a GTA game, and a ton of people love those. I'm not stupid, I just like different games than they do.
See how I did that? I made a point without ad-hominem attacks. I used big words and assumed you were smart enough to understand them. Sure, I could have made a crack like "I bet you don't have many friends," but I just don't see how that improves my argument.
For the record, while I wouldn't call FFTA the best game I ever played, I really enjoyed it. It's actually the game that convinced me to give FFT a second chance when the PSP port came out. Yeah - I originally hated the game that's universally agreed to be the better one (dang translation problems), and liked the "worse" game enough to give it another shot. As my review shows, I was glad that I did - FFT on PSP made me realize why everyone liked it so much.