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Ehrgeiz (Playstation)
Name: Ehrgeiz (Playstation)
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$34.49




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  • Description
    With a fighting mode, four mini-games, and a stand-alone role-playing game (RPG), Ehrgeiz is essentially six games for the price of one. First, duke it out as one of 10 playable characters (3 of which are from the popular RPG Final Fantasy VII) in hand-to-hand and weapons-based combat. There are 11 different fighting environments to tackle, including a moving train and a hovering airship. Ehrgeiz scores points for diversity. The arsenal of warriors is comprised of various ages, nationalities, and sexes--all of whom are eager to win the ultimate fighting championship. The prize is a mysterious weapon (the strangely dubbed Ehrgeiz). There are a gazillion moves to memorize, and the fluid movement and fantastic secret weapons provide great eye candy. In addition to fighting, players will also encounter mini-games, such as the foot race "Battle Beach" and strategy game "Battle Panel" (think Othello). This game also contains several elements that will be instantly familiar to RPG fans. Ehrgeiz may not satisfy gamers who want a dedicated RPG or fighting game, but it does offer a diverse range of gameplay for the casual gamer with a limited attention span.


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    I think this game is really very good
    by H0lyAerith 21 May 2008

    I think this game is really very good. There are many characters to choose from and the holding moves look really cool. The quest mode is a very fun, mini-RPG type thing and it has nice graphics. The battle system and buttons aren't that hard to get used to and you can access tons of secret characters. You can even get the two people in the RPG as fighters and believe me, you want Koji Masuda. His powerered up special move is super awesome and it can kill in one hit. You'll also see other favorites like Sephiroth, Cloud, and Tifa from FF7. Cloud can even do is Omnislash (it's kinda tricky though).

    Great Game!!
    by H0lyAerith 26 Mar 2007

    I think this game is really very good. There are many characters to choose from and the holding moves look really cool. The quest mode is a very fun, mini-RPG type thing and it has nice graphics. The battle system and buttons aren't that hard to get used to and you can access tons of secret characters. You can even get the two people in the RPG as fighters and believe me, you want Koji Masuda. His powerered up special move is super awesome and it can kill in one hit. You'll also see other favorites like Sephiroth, Cloud, and Tifa from FF7. Cloud can even do is Omnislash (it's kinda tricky though).