These are what we call the 'YMMV items.' Things that some people find in this work. We call them 'your mileage might vary' because not everyone sees these things in the same way. This starts discussions in the trope lists, a thing we don't want. Please use the discussion page if you'd like to discuss any of these items.
YMMV: Star Ocean: The Last Hope
Ass Pull: Meracle just happens to have the Unobtanium necessary for the crew to escape the alternate Earth with no mention or foreshadowing right up until the very moment.
Faux Symbolism: The Grigori have an angel motif going on: They're all named after fallen angels from the book of Enoch (who were also called the Grigori), the energy they emit as they transform takes the shape of an angel, and the transformed Grigori all have wings, or a wing of some kind. The angel motif culminates with the final boss Satanail, the Grigori with the most angelic appearance.
Follow the Leader: The primary antagonists are alien eldritch abominations that are named after angels and whose goal is to wipe out all life. The backstory involves an apocalyptic event that severely altered the planet and put the future of the human race in jeopardy, with the powers of the world uniting and taking special measures to ensure humanity's survival. Finally, some of the main characters are "special" youngsters that are specifically chosen to perform a task upon with the fate of humanity rests. Evangelion anyone?
Game Breaker: Meracle. Her X Claw is extremely powerful, she has the best Blindside in the game, and she can stunlock like nobody's business.
Narm/Narm Charm: The scene after the alternate Earth is destroyed, pretty much entirely due to Edge's actions. The scene is supposed to be extremely sad and depressing, triggering Edge's Heroic BSOD, but due to the cheesy voice acting and him generally being a Large Ham, it comes off as unintentionally hilarious.
The Scrappy: You won't find many fans of Sarah and Lymle due to their bad English voice-acting and general personalities. Edge also gets a lot of hate during his... tantrum. See Narm.
That One Level: The Cardianon Mothership. Sure, you get Bachus, but the area is hard to look at, the camera hates you and once you get to the force field area, it becomes a LARGER pain in the ass to navigate through, add to that several large enemies that can stun lock you, break your bonus board and a general lack of breathing room, it becomes a major slog very quickly.
Uncanny Valley: The anime-like faces don't particularly emote very well. It's made even more uncomfortable by the fact it makes them all look so young. Lymle takes this to a whole new level, due to her Creepy Monotone.