History VideoGame / Ehrgeiz

20th Mar '16 10:59:38 PM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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''Ehrgeiz'' is a FightingGame developed by [=DreamFactory=] and published by Creator/{{Namco|Bandai}} and Creator/{{Square|Enix}} in 1998, the title being [[GratuitousGerman German]] for "ambition". Unlike most {{Fighting Game}}s, especially at that time, ''Ehrgeiz'' allowed full 3D movement around an arena which often had several levels and/or obstacles - in fact, it used the ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros'' technique a year before the latter existed.

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''Ehrgeiz'' ''Ehrgeiz: God Bless The Ring'' is a FightingGame developed by [=DreamFactory=] and published by Creator/{{Namco|Bandai}} and Creator/{{Square|Enix}} in 1998, the title being [[GratuitousGerman German]] for "ambition". Unlike most {{Fighting Game}}s, especially at that time, ''Ehrgeiz'' allowed full 3D movement around an arena which often had several levels and/or obstacles - in fact, it used the ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros'' technique a year before the latter existed.
20th Mar '16 10:29:50 PM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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''Ehrgeiz'' is a FightingGame developed by [=DreamFactory=] and published by Creator/{{Square|Enix}} in 1998, the title being [[GratuitousGerman German]] for "ambition". Unlike most {{Fighting Game}}s, especially at that time, ''Ehrgeiz'' allowed full 3D movement around an arena which often had several levels and/or obstacles - in fact, it used the ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros'' technique a year before the latter existed.

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''Ehrgeiz'' is a FightingGame developed by [=DreamFactory=] and published by Creator/{{Namco|Bandai}} and Creator/{{Square|Enix}} in 1998, the title being [[GratuitousGerman German]] for "ambition". Unlike most {{Fighting Game}}s, especially at that time, ''Ehrgeiz'' allowed full 3D movement around an arena which often had several levels and/or obstacles - in fact, it used the ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros'' technique a year before the latter existed.
20th Mar '16 10:28:56 PM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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''Ehrgeiz'' is a FightingGame made by [=DreamFactory=] in 1998, the title being [[GratuitousGerman German]] for "ambition". Unlike most {{Fighting Game}}s, especially at that time, ''Ehrgeiz'' allowed full 3D movement around an arena which often had several levels and/or obstacles - in fact, it used the ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros'' technique a year before the latter existed.

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''Ehrgeiz'' is a FightingGame made developed by [=DreamFactory=] and published by Creator/{{Square|Enix}} in 1998, the title being [[GratuitousGerman German]] for "ambition". Unlike most {{Fighting Game}}s, especially at that time, ''Ehrgeiz'' allowed full 3D movement around an arena which often had several levels and/or obstacles - in fact, it used the ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros'' technique a year before the latter existed.
20th Mar '16 10:26:40 PM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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''Ehrgeiz'' is a FightingGame made by Creator/SquareEnix in 1998, the title being [[GratuitousGerman German]] for "ambition". Unlike most {{Fighting Game}}s, especially at that time, ''Ehrgeiz'' allowed full 3D movement around an arena which often had several levels and/or obstacles - in fact, it used the ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros'' technique a year before the latter existed.

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''Ehrgeiz'' is a FightingGame made by Creator/SquareEnix [=DreamFactory=] in 1998, the title being [[GratuitousGerman German]] for "ambition". Unlike most {{Fighting Game}}s, especially at that time, ''Ehrgeiz'' allowed full 3D movement around an arena which often had several levels and/or obstacles - in fact, it used the ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros'' technique a year before the latter existed.



''Ehrgeiz'' was later ported to the Sony PlayStation and increased the cameo characters to include Sephiroth, Vincent, Yuffie, and Zack. The PSX version also included a brand-new Quest Mode, which was a sort of RPG-Lite (as shown in Dream Factory's previous ''VideoGame/{{Tobal}} 2'') starring two side characters and invoking many ''Final Fantasy VII'' mainstays, including materia. The latter almost attempts to have a decent plot. Although it fails spectacularly in this attempt, many of the RPG section's game mechanics were later [[RescuedFromTheScrappyHeap re-used]] in ''VagrantStory'', to ''much'' better effect.

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''Ehrgeiz'' was later ported to the Sony PlayStation and increased the cameo characters to include Sephiroth, Vincent, Yuffie, and Zack. The PSX version also included a brand-new Quest Mode, which was a sort of RPG-Lite (as shown in Dream Factory's [=DreamFactory=]'s previous ''VideoGame/{{Tobal}} 2'') starring two side characters and invoking many ''Final Fantasy VII'' mainstays, including materia. The latter almost attempts to have a decent plot. Although it fails spectacularly in this attempt, many of the RPG section's game mechanics were later [[RescuedFromTheScrappyHeap re-used]] in ''VagrantStory'', to ''much'' better effect.
24th Jan '16 12:55:26 AM GrammarNavi
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''Ehrgeiz'' is a FightingGame made by Creator/SquareEnix in 1998, the title being [[GratuitousGerman German]] for "ambition". Unlike most {{Fighting Game}}s, especially at that time, ''Ehrgeiz'' allowed full 3D movement around an arena which often had several levels and/or obstacles - in fact, it used the SuperSmashBros technique a year before the latter existed.

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''Ehrgeiz'' is a FightingGame made by Creator/SquareEnix in 1998, the title being [[GratuitousGerman German]] for "ambition". Unlike most {{Fighting Game}}s, especially at that time, ''Ehrgeiz'' allowed full 3D movement around an arena which often had several levels and/or obstacles - in fact, it used the SuperSmashBros ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros'' technique a year before the latter existed.
15th Jan '16 9:06:58 AM Adept
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* KillerYoyo: Yoko, whose main costume is a police uniform, if [[SukebanDeka the reference]] wasn't obvious enough.

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* KillerYoyo: Yoko, whose main costume is a police uniform, if [[SukebanDeka [[Manga/SukebanDeka the reference]] wasn't obvious enough.
12th Jan '16 8:12:52 AM SolidSonicTH
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* TangledFamilyTree: Godhand is a Mishima, meaning the game has a very weak connection with the ''VideoGame/{{Tekken}}'' series. This was a semi-cameo due to Namco distributing the arcade version of the game, and Godhand himself has moves taken from Tekken characters.

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* TangledFamilyTree: Godhand is a Mishima (Ken Mishima, to be precise), meaning the game has a very weak connection with the ''VideoGame/{{Tekken}}'' series. This was a semi-cameo due to Namco distributing the arcade version of the game, and Godhand himself has moves taken from Tekken characters.
12th Jan '16 8:11:57 AM SolidSonicTH
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* FingerglessGloves: Godhand wears a pair. Notable because they are the same sort of gloves worn by ''Tekken'' main characters Kazuya Mishima and Jin Kazama (see TangledFamilyTree below for more info on this), having a set of metal studs that form an inverted triangle over the top of the hand.

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* FingerglessGloves: FingerlessGloves: Godhand wears a pair. Notable because they are the same sort of gloves worn by ''Tekken'' main characters Kazuya Mishima and Jin Kazama (see TangledFamilyTree below for more info on this), having a set of metal studs that form an inverted triangle over the top of the hand.
12th Jan '16 8:11:18 AM SolidSonicTH
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* FingerglessGloves: Godhand wears a pair. Notable because they are the same sort of gloves worn by ''Tekken'' main characters Kazuya Mishima and Jin Kazama (see TangledFamilyTree below for more info on this), having a set of metal studs that form an inverted triangle over the top of the hand.
4th May '15 9:58:22 PM RAMChYLD
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* PortingDistillation: The PSX version adds more VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII characters and a RPG-like game mode.
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