4. Final Fantasy 2
Getting closer to the Number 1 spot, we have Final Fantasy 2 in at number 4. It was developed by Square (Now Square Enix) and released in 1991. I can't even begin to think of how many hours I spent on this game as a kid. Countless. I loved everything there was about this game.
3. Lufia II: Rise of the Sinistrals
Lufia was developed by Neverland and published in Japan in 1995, by Taito. Lufia 2 is a straight up RPG, however it has many puzzle elements incorporated in the various dungeons you explore. You acquire a bunch of items like a bow and arrow and bomb to name a few, which can be used to help you overcome certain obstacles in dungeons.
2. Final Fantasy III
The game was released to critical acclaim and is regarded as a true landmark in the Final Fantasy Series. The game sold millions of copies world wide and Square has reported total numbers of all Final Fantasy games sold to date has exceeded 85 million units
1. Chrono Trigger
It follows a group of people that are traveling through time in order to prevent the cause of a major catastrophe. I don't know what to say that has not already been said about Chrono Trigger. It surely is a masterpiece, so well done and very unique. From the battle system, to the load of sidequests that reveal a lot about the characters and their pasts, to the badass that was Magus and to that fact that you had multiple endings, all signs point towards a win.