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  • Eines der besten Beat em Ups für PSX mit Charakteren aus Final Fantasy 7
    für mich das Beste Beat em up aber manche bevorzugen Tekken 3
    Hier sind die ganzen Secrets des Spiels aufgelistet und sehr gut erläutert wie man dran kommen kann.
    Englischkenntnisse vorausgesetzt natürlich;-)

    Table of Contents
    1. Updates
    2. What the use of this FAQ is
    3. Secrets
    4. Frequently Asked Questions
    5. Special Thanks
    6. Author Information

    Copyright Disclaimer:

    Unpublished Work Copyright (c) 1999 Dan GC

    This FAQ is for private and personal use only. If reproduced, it must
    be my electronic means, and if placed on a Web Page or Site, may be
    altered as long as this Disclaimer and the above Copyright Notice
    fully appears. This FAQ is not to be used for profitable/promotional
    purposes; this includes being used by publishers of magazines, guides,
    books, etc. or being incorporated into magazines, etc. in ANY way
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    This FAQ was created and is owned by me, Dan GC <LB Dan>
    Any Copyrights and Trademarks not specifically mentioned in this FAQ are
    acknowledged. Always give credit where it is due.
    Ehrgeiz, Squaresoft, and Dream Factory are Registered Trademarks and
    Copyright (c) to Square Co., Ltd. Any other things are Copyright to
    their rightful owners.
    Alright, EGM, GamePro, and any other Gaming Mags, you plaigarise, and
    plaigarizers, many people know that, you may get sued. If I find out
    anything from any of my FAQs in a Gaming Magazine, I'm suing. It
    clearly states not to copy anything without my FULL AUTHORIZATION if
    it's not on a Web Page with the above Copyright Disclaimer. To the
    plaigarizers, if you plaigarizers and send in a FAQ to GameFAQs, I'll
    tell CJayC and your FAQs will be thrown away.

    The only thing allowed would be to print this document for personal or
    private usage. Okay, if you have WordPad, save this document somewhere,
    open WordPad, go to Page Setup or something like that, then change the
    margins to: Left: 1"; Right: 0.5"; Bottom: 0.3"; Top: 0.3". This will
    prevent some paper usage, also, you should change the font, if you can
    tolerate it, and make major changes. But if not, oh well. Oh yea, and
    take out unnecessary things, like this section here, the disclaimer, the
    beginning, Author Information, the section just below this place,
    updates, etc. Just a few tips for you people.

    This FAQ can be found at:
    Dan GC's Ehrgeiz Home Page
    Available much later in the future
    Part 1: Updates
    Version 1.0 5/23/99:
    Fixed up FAQ

    Version 0.9 5/16/99:
    What do you expect? First edition.
    Part 2: What the use of this FAQ is
    This FAQ is just an easy reference to the Secrets section of my other
    Ehrgeiz (for PSX) FAQs. It'll also help people to know there are secrets
    to get. The information for this FAQ is just from my other FAQs. That's
    Part 3: Secrets
    Evil Panel:
    This is almost the same as Battle Panel, but you can damage your
    opponent like in Arcade Mode, Infinity Battle, and Battle Runner. So
    it's Battle Panel with the ability to hurt your opponent. You get Evil
    Panel by beating Battle Panel's CPU at least 10 times in a row, then,
    on the TOP MENU, hold L1, L2, R1, and R2 then choose Battle Panel. You
    will get Evil Panel. Laying down panels is done by pushing R2.

    Secret Characters:
    You get secret character by beating the game with certain characters.
    A supposed easy way to get all of the characters is just to beat the
    game with all of the characters. Here's a list:

    Character Beat the game with...
    ¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯ ¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯
    Clair A female of the original eight characters
    Django All original eight characters
    Koji A male of the original eight characters
    Vincent Tifa
    Yuffie Cloud
    Zack All Final Fantasy VII characters
    Extra Opening Movie:
    It's an extra opening movie. To get it, you must beat the game a
    certain amount of times. You have to beat the game about seven times,
    all with different characters. When you beat the game a certain number
    of times, after the ending, credits, and ranking (you can skip all of
    that stuff), the screen when you turn on the game should appear
    ("Published by Square Electronic Arts, L.L.C."), if so, don't push any
    buttons. The Extra Opening Movie will appear.
    Third Outfit for Certain Characters:
    By passing certain prerequisites, you can get the third outfit for
    certain characters. You hold Up while choosing a character for their
    second outfit, hold Down while choosing a character for their third
    outfit, if they have one and you received it. Godhand's third outfit
    is the most difficult to get because in order to beat the CPU in Evil
    Panel, you have to beat the CPU in Battle Panel 10 times in a row, then
    you can play Evil Panel. Here's a list:

    Character Requirement (just this requirement) Difficultness
    ¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯ ¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯ ¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯
    Cloud Beat the game with Yuffie Simple
    Godhand Beat Evil Panel's CPU Moderate
    Han Get Ehrgeiz Simple
    Inoba Get at least 35,000 Points in Beach Battle
    without using any continues Simple
    Naseem Get at least 2000 Ability Points in
    Infinity Battle Simple
    Tifa Beat the game with Vincent Simple
    Yoko Beat Battle Runner's CPU Simple

    Requirement (must have all endings for
    Character Godhand, Sasuke, Inoba, Han, and Shuwen) Difficultness
    ¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯ ¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯ ¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯
    Jo Beat game on Normal difficulty or higher
    without using any continues Simple
    Sasuke Do a 10-hit combo or more in Practice Mode Simple

    Character Requirement (must have all endings) Difficultness
    ¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯ ¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯ ¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯
    Shuwen Get Extra Opening Movie Simple
    Third Outfit Release Order:
    For the original eight characters, the third outfits are released in
    a certain order, even if you do the requirements for the third outfit
    for other characters, you won't get them until you get the third outfits
    for the characters before the ones you did the requirements for. You can
    get Cloud and Tifa's third outfits anytime. Here's the release order for
    the third outfits:

    Number Character
    ¯¯¯¯¯¯ ¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯
    One Yoko
    Two Han
    Three Naseem
    Four Inoba
    Five Sasuke
    Six Jo
    Seven Shuwen
    Eight Godhand
    Individual Tips to get the Third Outfits for characters:
    - Cloud: no help needed, just beat the game with Yuffie
    - Godhand: you need to know how to play Othello, but you have to go fast
    in Battle Panel, since you have to run around and lay down
    panels, also, try to get the best (and closest) panels; you
    can also keep tackling your opponent; then when you get Evil
    Panel, you can keep killing your opponent, then lay down
    - Han: no help needed, just kill Red Scorpion and get Ehrgeiz
    - Inoba: when playing Beach Battle, after the word "Ready" disappears,
    count two and one-half realtime seconds, just as you count the
    last half, start pushing X and O rapidly; when you are close to
    the finish line, push Square which is a tackle, so you'll get
    extra speed, except for the second beach battle race, push []
    right when you touch the line
    - Jo: no help needed, just beat the game without using continues, if you
    you use continues, even if it is on Very Hard, you're not as good
    as you may think because human opponents are much more difficult
    than a pre-programmed opponent
    - Naseem: use a method of playing that will get you a lot of Perfects
    and that won't allow you to die easily
    - Sasuke: you can either...
    A) use Jo (in wolf form) or Django against a human opponent, and
    partially launch the opponent and keep pushing L
    B) use Cloud against Django, then launch Django in the air and
    repeatedly do the Soldier Double Low (L, L), but you'll have
    to delay a little bit between L's
    C) use Godhand against a human opponent, move your opponent into
    a corner, set your opponent to "No Guard" or "Counter" and do
    Maha Punch (H, L, H x9)
    D) use Shuwen against Django, keep pushing L, H against Django
    with Shuwen
    - Shuwen: no help needed, just get the Extra Opening Movie
    - Tifa: no help needed, just beat the game with Vincent
    - Yoko: no help needed, just beat the CPU in Battle Runner
    Fight Cloud and Tifa:
    This is exactly the same thing as in the arcade. You can fight Cloud
    and Tifa (Guardian and Summoner) in the Arcade Mode. In order to do
    this, you must...

    On Two Rounds Setting:
    Beat the first eight characters within 6' 40" 00. You will then fight
    Cloud and Tifa.

    On One Round Setting:
    Beat the first eight characters within 3' 20" 00. You will promptly
    fight Cloud and Tifa.
    Secret Taunts:
    Some characters have secret taunts, and they aren't done by holding
    a direction and pushing Start. The secret taunts are done by pushing
    some button(s) during a Just Frame attack. (For example, instead of
    pushing H for a Just Frame attack, you can try pushing L). I don't know
    them, so you have to experiment yourself.
    Vincent's Turks Outfit Portrait:
    During the Big Character Select Screen (character select screen with
    big portraits of characters; Arcade Mode is an example), hold Up before
    you highlight Vincent, and then while still holding Up, highlight
    Vincent, it will show him in his Turks Outfit (his second outfit); it
    only works for Vincent for some reason.
    Mess with character's running after victory pose:
    After a character's victory pose, hold G. When your character runs to
    the next stage, they'll do an Evade. This will only work once per stage,
    if they even do run at all. You should hold G during or just before the
    character's victory pose until your character runs, if you want to try
    this out.

    If you can help me with any secrets that are unknown or tell me
    secrets not listed here, E-mail them to Thank you.
    Part 4: Frequently Asked Questions
    Who the hell is "Naseem?"
    Naseem is actually Doza, but the name was changed to Doza because the
    US version is the same copy that will be released in England, and there
    is actually a guy named Prince Naseem in England. It's a legal thing,
    can't risk getting sued.

    How do you do a Just Frame Attack?
    Okay, here goes, near the middle frame of all of the frames of the
    attack (exp. L,*H, when the Low Kick is all the way out, that's the
    middle frame because he still has to put his leg back, then push H),
    push the button that goes along with the Just Frame. Also, here's
    another way: when the attack hits your opponent, after you hear the
    colliding sound from the hit, push the Just Frame buttons. These work
    for most characters. Two of Sasuke's Just Frame attacks require you to
    push the button before the attack is done.

    How do you do the Blade Catch?
    Push G right before a sword hits your character. Sound easy?
    I DON'T THINK SO! ¦P Well, actually it is easy, after some practice.

    How do you crouch?
    Hold G until you crouch.

    How do you pronounce "Ehrgeiz?"
    You pronounce it (e:r gaits), "air-gaits." It's a German word. And it
    means ambition. Source: Dream Factory

    Where can I challenge you?
    Nowhere now, the place where Ehrgeiz used to be is gone. They took it
    out just 'cuz I never played there anymore.

    Are you going to make anymore FAQs for other characters?
    I already have, but I'm working on Vincent, and next will be Koji. I
    won't make one on Yuffie since, well, I don't know her moves and move

    Are there any endings for anyone?
    Yes, there is. To get it, you have to beat the game. Then fight that
    red guy, "Red Scorpion" but some people call him "Armored Django", well
    whatever the name is, you have to kill it. Just break those 2 boxes
    containing the knives on those altar-like things, and throw them at him.
    Then he will disappear and stars and coins will pop out of his now-gone
    body, you must collect them all. Afterwards, the Ehrgeiz will fall down
    into the center of the arena. There is no ending in the arcade version
    for anyone, I think.

    What is "Just Frame"?
    I'm not sure, but I always thought "Just Frame" was in reference to
    the detail that the "Just Frame Combos" had only a few frames where you
    had to press the button to continue the combo. Unlike the regular
    combos where you could press the button in a relatively wide time
    period, some of the "Just Frame" moves really were just a few frames.
    Here's an example:
    Zack's Chain: H, H, L, *H, H
    Do the H, H, L combo just by pushing it, then pause for a certain
    amount of time, then push H, H which is after the *. You push the first
    attack of whatever is after the * at the middle frame of the attack
    before the *, in other words, if you hit your opponent, after the
    hitting sound, push it, don't try to time it, just push it after you
    hear the sound. But if you wiff the attacks, then push it at its middle
    You know if you did it correctly if there is blue sparkling stuff
    coming out.

    What does "Just Frame" mean?
    Well, I don't know the exact answer, but see above. I guess you could
    call it a "pause just for a certain period of time" or something like