History Trivia / FinalFight

20th Apr '17 4:17:59 PM Pichu-kun
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** Metro City, which shares its name with the city from...[[WesternAnimation/InspectorGadget many]], [[WesternAnimation/MegaMind many]], ''[[Film/AstroBoy many]]'' [[VideoGame/NightShade works]] [[WesternAnimation/DoubleDragon of fiction]].

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** Metro City, which shares its name with the city from...[[WesternAnimation/InspectorGadget many]], [[WesternAnimation/MegaMind many]], ''[[Film/AstroBoy ''[[WesternAnimation/AstroBoy many]]'' [[VideoGame/NightShade works]] [[WesternAnimation/DoubleDragon of fiction]].



* ShrugOfGod: Poison's true gender:
** When asked about her, Yoshinori Ono said Capcom doesn't have an official policy to what Poison's gender is, stating that in North America she is a post-op transsexual but in Japan she is a pre-op transsexual/futanari/newhalf who "tucks her business away to look female". However, this seemed to have changed when ''VideoGame/StreetFighterXTekken'' made some trap references regarding Poison in some characters' winquotes. As a result, Capcom received angry complaints from a LGBT group accusing them of being transphobic. Capcom would later change these winquotes into something less offensive. Additionally, Ono retracted his previous statement regarding Poison.
** Akira Nishitani, one of the developers who worked on the original ''Final Fight'', believes that Poison's gender is up to the player to decide.

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* ShrugOfGod: Poison's true gender:
sex:
** When asked about her, Yoshinori Ono said Capcom doesn't have an official policy to what Poison's gender sex is, stating that in North America she is a post-op transsexual but in Japan she is a pre-op transsexual/futanari/newhalf who "tucks her business away to look female". However, this seemed to have changed when ''VideoGame/StreetFighterXTekken'' made some trap references regarding Poison in some characters' winquotes. As a result, Capcom received angry complaints from a LGBT group accusing them of being transphobic. Capcom would later change these winquotes into something less offensive. Additionally, Ono retracted his previous statement regarding Poison.
** Akira Nishitani, one of the developers who worked on the original ''Final Fight'', believes that Poison's gender sex is up to the player to decide.
28th Mar '17 11:06:58 AM Saurubiker
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** The first game was originally going to a sequel of the original ''Street Fighter'' titled ''Street Fighter '89''. The reaction from the audience noted how [[GaidenGame different]] it was from the previous game, and was retitled.
** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sT9T2HRa1Z0 According to Seth Killian,]] Rolento was initially going to be named Lawrence.

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** The first game was originally going to a sequel of the original ''Street Fighter'' titled ''Street Fighter '89''. The reaction from the audience noted how [[GaidenGame different]] it game was from the previous game, and was retitled.
** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sT9T2HRa1Z0 According
showcased under that time in Japanese trade shows before undergoing its final name due to Seth Killian,]] Rolento was initially going to be named Lawrence.feedback.
28th Mar '17 10:56:18 AM Saurubiker
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* MeaningfulNumber: The amount of points the player gets when picking up Edi.E's gum at full health is 42910. This number forms a date: 42, September 10th. Said date is developer Akira Nishitani's birthday, but the 42 doesn't refer to the Gregorian year 1942, but "Showa 42" (which is actually 1967).


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* SignificantReferenceDate: The amount of points the player gets when picking up Edi.E's gum at full health is 42910. This number forms a date: 42, September 10th. Said date is developer Akira Nishitani's birthday, but the 42 doesn't refer to the Gregorian year 1942, but "Showa 42" (which is actually 1967).
28th Mar '17 10:51:29 AM Saurubiker
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* MeaningfulNumber: The amount of points the player gets when picking up Edi.E's gum at full health is 42910. This number forms a date: 42, September 10th. Said date is developer Akira Nishitani's birthday, but the 42 doesn't refer to the Gregorian year 1942, but "Showa 42" (which is actually 1967).



** Sodom was slated for an appearance in ''Streetwise''. Concept art shows him sporting a more modernized version of his attire (namely ragged jeans).
* The amount of points the player gets when picking up Edi.E's gum at full health is 42910. This number forms a date: 42, September 10th. Said date is developer Akira Nishitani's birthday, but the 42 doesn't refer to 1942, instead meaning "Showa 42" or "1967".

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** Sodom was slated for an appearance in ''Streetwise''. Concept art shows him sporting a more modernized version of his attire (namely ragged jeans).
* The amount of points the player gets when picking up Edi.E's gum at full health is 42910. This number forms a date: 42, September 10th. Said date is developer Akira Nishitani's birthday, but the 42 doesn't refer to 1942, instead meaning "Showa 42" or "1967".
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3rd Nov '16 6:21:56 AM PF
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* ShrugOfGod:
** Adding even more complexity to the gender confusion concerning Poison, Yoshinori Ono, when asked about her, said Capcom doesn't have an official policy to what Poison's gender is, stating that in North America she is a post-op transsexual but in Japan she is a pre-op transsexual/futanari/newhalf who "tucks her business away to look female". However, this seems to have changed when ''VideoGame/StreetFighterXTekken'' made some trap references regarding Poison in some characters' winquotes. As a result, Capcom received angry complaints from a LGBT group accusing them of being transphobic. Capcom would later change these winquotes into something less offensive. In addition, Ono seems to have retracted his previous statement regarding Poison.

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* ShrugOfGod:
ShrugOfGod: Poison's true gender:
** Adding even more complexity to the gender confusion concerning Poison, Yoshinori Ono, when When asked about her, Yoshinori Ono said Capcom doesn't have an official policy to what Poison's gender is, stating that in North America she is a post-op transsexual but in Japan she is a pre-op transsexual/futanari/newhalf who "tucks her business away to look female". However, this seems seemed to have changed when ''VideoGame/StreetFighterXTekken'' made some trap references regarding Poison in some characters' winquotes. As a result, Capcom received angry complaints from a LGBT group accusing them of being transphobic. Capcom would later change these winquotes into something less offensive. In addition, Additionally, Ono seems to have retracted his previous statement regarding Poison.
13th Apr '16 4:53:17 AM PF
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** Metro City, which shares its name with the city from...[[WesternAnimation/InspectorGadget many]], [[WesternAnimation/MegaMind many]], ''[[Film/AstroBoy Many]]'' [[VideoGame/NightShade works]] [[WesternAnimation/DoubleDragon of fiction]].

to:

** Metro City, which shares its name with the city from...[[WesternAnimation/InspectorGadget many]], [[WesternAnimation/MegaMind many]], ''[[Film/AstroBoy Many]]'' many]]'' [[VideoGame/NightShade works]] [[WesternAnimation/DoubleDragon of fiction]].



** Adding even more complexity to the gender confusion concerning Poison, Yoshinori Ono, when asked about her, said Capcom doesn't have an official policy to what Poison's gender is, stating that in North America she is a post-op transsexual but in Japan she is a pre-op transsexual/futanari/newhalf who "tucks her business away to look female". However, this seems to have changed when ''VideoGame/StreetFighterXTekken'' made some "trap" references regarding Poison in some characters' winquotes. As a result, Capcom received angry complaints from a LGBT group accusing them of being transphobic. Capcom changed these winquotes into something less offensive. In addition, Ono seems to have retracted his previous statement regarding Poison.

to:

** Adding even more complexity to the gender confusion concerning Poison, Yoshinori Ono, when asked about her, said Capcom doesn't have an official policy to what Poison's gender is, stating that in North America she is a post-op transsexual but in Japan she is a pre-op transsexual/futanari/newhalf who "tucks her business away to look female". However, this seems to have changed when ''VideoGame/StreetFighterXTekken'' made some "trap" trap references regarding Poison in some characters' winquotes. As a result, Capcom received angry complaints from a LGBT group accusing them of being transphobic. Capcom changed would later change these winquotes into something less offensive. In addition, Ono seems to have retracted his previous statement regarding Poison.
13th Apr '16 4:39:18 AM PF
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13th Apr '16 4:39:05 AM PF
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* [[DirectToVideo Direct-to-Consoles]]: ''Final Fight 2'' and ''Final Fight 3'' were made specifically for the SNES without any prior arcade versions at a time Creator/{{Capcom}} were making most of their belt-scrollers for the arcades.

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* [[DirectToVideo Direct-to-Consoles]]: ''Final Fight 2'' and ''Final Fight 3'' were made specifically for the SNES [[UsefulNotes/SuperNintendoEntertainmentSystem SNES]] without any prior arcade versions at a time Creator/{{Capcom}} were making most of their belt-scrollers for the arcades.



* LifeImitatesArt: The game actually came out ''before'' Jesse Ventura entered politics.

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* LifeImitatesArt: The game actually came out ''before'' Jesse Ventura Wrestling/JesseVentura entered politics.



** Metro City, which shares its name with the city from...[[WesternAnimation/InspectorGadget many]], [[WesternAnimation/MegaMind many]], ''[[Film/AstroBoy MANY]]'' [[VideoGame/NightShade works]] [[WesternAnimation/DoubleDragon of fiction]].

to:

** Metro City, which shares its name with the city from...[[WesternAnimation/InspectorGadget many]], [[WesternAnimation/MegaMind many]], ''[[Film/AstroBoy MANY]]'' Many]]'' [[VideoGame/NightShade works]] [[WesternAnimation/DoubleDragon of fiction]].



** The first game was originally going to a sequel of the original ''Street Fighter'' titled ''Street Fighter '89''. The reaction from the audience noted how [[GaidenGame different]] it was from the previous game, and was retitled.
** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sT9T2HRa1Z0 According to Seth Killian,]] Rolento was initially going to be named Lawrence.
** The developers of ''Streetwise'' are said to have wanted to develop a game in the style of the original games, only to have changed it at [[ExecutiveMeddling Capcom USA's insistence to make it more like]] ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAuto''.



** The first game was orginally going to a sequel of the original ''[[VideoGame/StreetFighterI Street Fighter]]'' titled ''Street Fighter '89''. The reaction from the audience noted how [[GaidenGame different]] it was from the previous game, and was retitled.



** The developers of ''Streetwise'' are said to have wanted to develop a game in the style of the original games, only to have changed it at [[ExecutiveMeddling Capcom USA's insistence to make it more like]] ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAuto''.
** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sT9T2HRa1Z0 According to Seth Killian (at the start of the video)]], Rolento was initially going to be called Lawrence.
3rd Dec '15 12:39:16 PM PF
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** Akira Nishitani, one of the developers who worked on the original ''Final Fight'', believes that regarding Poison that its up to the player to decide.

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** Akira Nishitani, one of the developers who worked on the original ''Final Fight'', believes that regarding Poison that its Poison's gender is up to the player to decide.
3rd Dec '15 12:35:12 PM PF
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* [[DirectToVideo Direct-to-Consoles]]: ''Final Fight 2'' and ''Final Fight 3'' were made specifically for the SNES without any prior arcade versions at a time Capcom were making most of their belt-scrollers for the arcades.

to:

* [[DirectToVideo Direct-to-Consoles]]: ''Final Fight 2'' and ''Final Fight 3'' were made specifically for the SNES without any prior arcade versions at a time Capcom Creator/{{Capcom}} were making most of their belt-scrollers for the arcades.



* PortOverdosed: In close competition with ''VideoGame/DoubleDragon'' for the title of "most-ported beat 'em up ever". Almost every contemporary home computer and console had a version, and Creator/{{Capcom}} has frequently re-released it since then, too.
* ShrugOfGod: Adding even more complexity to the gender confusion, Yoshinori Ono, when asked about Poison, said Capcom doesn't have an official policy to what Poison's gender is, stating that in North America she is a post-op transsexual but in Japan she is a pre-op transsexual/futanari/newhalf who "tucks her business away to look female".
** However this seems to have changed as when VideoGame/StreetFighterXTekken made some "Trap" references regarding Poison in some of the Character winquotes Capcom received angry complaints from a LGBT group accusing Capcom of being Transphobic. Capcom changed those winquotes into something less offensive in which Ono seems to have retracted his previous statement regarding Poison. Akira Ishitani one of the folks who worked on the original Final Fight believes that regarding Poison that its up to the Player to decide.

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* PortOverdosed: In close competition with ''VideoGame/DoubleDragon'' for the title of "most-ported beat 'em up ever". Almost every contemporary home computer and console had a version, and Creator/{{Capcom}} Capcom has frequently re-released it since then, too.
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