That's your opinion, man. I don't recall how old you are, but did you play those games as they were released? And how aware were you of all those other games out there that weren't being localized? I was getting EGM or whatever in the mail, and that's it. There was no internet, it was barely a shred of what it is today. We weren't cluttered with all sorts of nonsense information like we are now.
Those games were special for their time. There were VERY FEW games like them. I was blown away by every game I listed above(I assume you know I was actually referencing IV & VI. I've never played the actual 2 and 3 in the series). Not surprisingly, all those games had fantastic soundtracks, too, which has been known to significantly increase my enjoyment of a game.
I've never been overly nitpicky with videogames. This is kind of what bothers me about the information age. We are filled with so much data long before ever getting to play a game. Most of this is a good thing, but you also get the bad side of it. The obsessive nuts who harp on every little detail. Who seem to be looking for things to bitch about. Or do the reverse and get all hyped up about something that we have no clue how it will turn out. It's why I don't watch many trailers, read any previews, or download demos. It's overkill. I read reviews and listen to word of mouth.
Depending upon who you talk to every Final Fantasy game ever made sucks. I feel kind of bad for some of these people. Personally, I'm glad I was able to enjoy almost every one I've ever played. I don't know if that means I have lower standards, or others are too high. Admittedly, I seem to have different(Not low. Different) standards with games than I do with other forms of entertainment. I'm very picky when it comes to movies, music, and books. I wonder why that is.