History Trivia / FinalFight

27th May '17 5:17:05 PM PF
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** For years, it has been speculated that there was a ''Final Fight'' animated series with Creator/TheOceanGroup doing the voice work much like they did for ''WesternAnimation/MegaMan'', ''WesternAnimation/StreetFighter'' and ''WesternAnimation/{{Darkstalkers}}''. Sites like IMDB even use to have a full voice cast for the show. It's uncertain whether if the show never existed, a PilotEpisode was produced but that went into obscurity like ''WesternAnimation/{{Battletoads}}'', or if the series was planned but never materialized. Granted the ''Street Fighter'' animated series did end up having a ''Final Fight'' episode but still.



** For years, it has been speculated that there was a ''Final Fight'' animated series with Creator/TheOceanGroup doing the voice work much like they did for ''WesternAnimation/MegaMan'', ''WesternAnimation/StreetFighter'' and ''WesternAnimation/{{Darkstalkers}}''. Sites like IMDB even use to have a full voice cast for the show. It's uncertain whether if the show never existed, a PilotEpisode was produced but that went into obscurity like ''WesternAnimation/{{Battletoads}}'', or if the series was planned but never materialized. Granted the ''Street Fighter'' animated series did end up having a ''Final Fight'' episode but still.
27th May '17 5:14:41 PM PF
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** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sT9T2HRa1Z0 According to Seth Killian,]] Rolento was initially going to be named Lawrence.
27th May '17 5:09:43 PM PF
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** The first game was originally going to a sequel of the original ''Street Fighter'' titled ''Street Fighter '89''. The game was showcased under the title in Japanese trade shows before it was change due to feedback.

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** The first game was originally going to a sequel of the original ''Street Fighter'' titled ''Street Fighter '89''. The game was showcased under the title in Japanese trade shows before it was change changed due to feedback.
27th May '17 5:06:22 PM PF
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** The first game was originally going to a sequel of the original ''Street Fighter'' titled ''Street Fighter '89''. The game was showcased under the title in Japanese trade shows before undergoing it was change due to feedback.

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** The first game was originally going to a sequel of the original ''Street Fighter'' titled ''Street Fighter '89''. The game was showcased under the title in Japanese trade shows before undergoing it was change due to feedback.
27th May '17 5:05:10 PM PF
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** The first game was originally going to a sequel of the original ''Street Fighter'' titled ''Street Fighter '89''. The game was showcased in Japanese trade shows at the time before undergoing the title change due to feedback.

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** The first game was originally going to a sequel of the original ''Street Fighter'' titled ''Street Fighter '89''. The game was showcased under the title in Japanese trade shows at the time before undergoing the title it was change due to feedback.
19th May '17 2:12:55 PM PF
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** The first game was originally going to a sequel of the original ''Street Fighter'' titled ''Street Fighter '89''. The game was showcased under that time in Japanese trade shows before undergoing its final name due to feedback.

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** The first game was originally going to a sequel of the original ''Street Fighter'' titled ''Street Fighter '89''. The game was showcased under that time in Japanese trade shows at the time before undergoing its final name the title change due to feedback.
19th May '17 2:07:40 PM PF
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* [[DirectToVideo Direct-to-Consoles]]: ''Final Fight 2'' and ''Final Fight 3'' were made specifically for the [[UsefulNotes/SuperNintendoEntertainmentSystem 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]]: DirectToVideo: ''Final Fight 2'' and ''Final Fight 3'' were made specifically for the [[UsefulNotes/SuperNintendoEntertainmentSystem SNES]] without any prior arcade versions at a time Creator/{{Capcom}} were making most of their belt-scrollers for the arcades.
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).
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