Reviews and Problems with Ehrgeiz: God Bless the Ring
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Ehrgeiz: God Bless the Ring
23 July 2006
Excerpt: The graphics in this game are gorgeous, almost on the level of the impossible-to-beat Tobal 2 , by the same company. Of course, Tobal 2 never came out in the States, so Ehrgeiz is definitely the smoothest moving fighter in the States. It runs at 60fps, with quite detailed character models and good animations. The sound in this game, on the other hand, can get really obnoxious.
Excerpt: Square had a tough time making a decision whether or not they would release Ehrgeiz here in the states. The game had been around since late 1997, and dominated the arcades. People were eager to play the game on their Playstation. After about a year and a few months they released the game in Japan then in the U.S. The game got a mixed bag of ratings, some gave it good ratings some gave it bad ratings.
Excerpt: Long ago, a best-of-the-best fighting tournament was held. To the victor went the otherworldly weapon Ehrgeiz. Today, Ehrgeiz is discovered to be the key to a door in an ancient ruins, behind which may lie the secret of immortality. In the pursuit of never-ending life, there will be much bloodshed, in Ehrgeiz: God Bless the Ring, a PlayStation fighting game from SquareSoft.