I don't think it's the best Final Fantasy ever, but the game was released at the time where I was just getting exposed to the series (I was a Genesis guy as a kid) and to 32-bit hardware, and the game had an epic scale, grandiose music, great graphics (at the time), fun battles and an extremely interesting story. It was unlike anything I had ever experienced, and it was just so polished and memorable every step of the way. Some of that might be nostalgia talking, but it was a matter of right place, right time, right game. It might not be the best, but it's the most memorable for me.
She was always the other superhero that would come to mind when talking DC. It's Superman, Batman & Wonder Woman. That's the way I saw it. Even if you asked me to rattle off other DC heroes under them, I'd still probably say Flash or Aquaman before I'd say Green Lantern (and I've grown to become a huge GL fan in the past couple years or so).
I feel like she'd belong in the big three because she's an icon. The fact that she's a woman is almost moot, because the Wonder Woman signal/ideal has almost transcended gender boundaries at this point. She's a woman, yes, but that's but one of the things that makes her a household name, not the only thing or the only reason why she should be considered in the same territory as Batman or Superman.
“We came up with a strategy to keep it clean and be sponsored by the UFC itself. I’m glad the UFC wanted to work with me as well, and I think that they trust that I’ll never make them look bad. You never have to worry about me with a DWI (driving while under the influence) or doing something crazy...”
- Jon "Bones" Jones, UFC Light Heavyweight Champion, April 2012.