History VideoGame / FinalFight

8th Sep '16 1:45:58 PM Exxolon
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In April 2010, an UpdatedRerelease of the first game was brought to UsefulNotes/XboxLiveArcade and the UsefulNotes/{{PlayStation Network}} featuring remixed music from the staff behind ''[[VideoGame/BionicCommando Bionic Commando: Re-Armed]]'', and new HD filters. It also comes with the Capcom's 1991 hack'n slash side-scroller ''Videogame/MagicSword''.

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In April 2010, an UpdatedRerelease of the first game was brought to UsefulNotes/XboxLiveArcade and the UsefulNotes/{{PlayStation Network}} featuring remixed music from the staff behind ''[[VideoGame/BionicCommando Bionic Commando: Re-Armed]]'', and new HD filters. It also comes with the Capcom's 1991 hack'n slash side-scroller ''Videogame/MagicSword''.
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26th Aug '16 3:33:15 AM PF
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26th Aug '16 3:32:56 AM PF
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* BonusFeatureFailure: ''Final Fight Double Impact'' featured the ''WesternAnimation/StreetFighter'' episode "Final Fight" as an unlockable bonus when you complete the game. Only problem? It can only be watched in a window, it is in low quality, and can't be rewound.

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* BonusFeatureFailure: ''Final Fight Fight: Double Impact'' featured features the ''WesternAnimation/StreetFighter'' episode "Final Fight" as an unlockable bonus when you complete the game. Only problem? It can only be watched in a window, it is in low quality, and can't be rewound.
26th Aug '16 3:30:13 AM PF
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* CanonDiscontinuity: The ''Street Fighter Alpha'' series pretty much invalidated most of ''Final Fight 2'' by giving Guy a completely different Bushin-Ryu master (Zeku instead of Genryusai), having Sodom lead the new Mad Gear instead of Retu, and having Rolento leave the gang instead of still being a part of it (keeping in mind that his appearance in that game was to make up for his absence in the SNES version of the original, which also lacked Poison outside of Japan). With all these inconsistencies taken into consideration, Maki might be considered a CanonImmigrant, but only if you count her appearance in the handheld versions of ''Alpha 3'' as canon.

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* CanonDiscontinuity: The ''Street Fighter Alpha'' series pretty much invalidated most of ''Final Fight 2'' by giving Guy a completely different Bushin-Ryu master (Zeku instead of Genryusai), having Sodom lead the new Mad Gear instead of Retu, and having Rolento leave the gang instead of still being a part of it (keeping in mind that his it.[[note]]His appearance in that game ''Final Fight 2'' was to make up for his absence in the SNES version of the original, first game, which also lacked Poison outside of Japan). Japan.[[/note]] With all these inconsistencies taken into consideration, Maki might be considered a CanonImmigrant, but only if you count her appearance in the handheld versions of ''Alpha 3'' as canon.



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25th Aug '16 10:25:38 PM BleuStar365
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* CanonDiscontinuity: The ''Street Fighter Alpha'' series pretty much invalidated most of ''Final Fight 2'' by giving Guy a completely different Bushin-Ryu master (Zeku instead of Genryusai), having Sodom lead the new Mad Gear instead of Retu, and having Rolento leave the gang instead of still being a part of it (keeping in mind that his appearance in that game was to make up for his absence in the SNES version of the original, which also lacked Poison outside of Japan). With all these inconsistencies taken into consideration, Maki might be considered a CanonImmigrant, but only if you count her appearance in the GBA and PSP versions of ''Alpha 3'' as canon.

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* CanonDiscontinuity: The ''Street Fighter Alpha'' series pretty much invalidated most of ''Final Fight 2'' by giving Guy a completely different Bushin-Ryu master (Zeku instead of Genryusai), having Sodom lead the new Mad Gear instead of Retu, and having Rolento leave the gang instead of still being a part of it (keeping in mind that his appearance in that game was to make up for his absence in the SNES version of the original, which also lacked Poison outside of Japan). With all these inconsistencies taken into consideration, Maki might be considered a CanonImmigrant, but only if you count her appearance in the GBA and PSP handheld versions of ''Alpha 3'' as canon.
15th Jun '16 6:51:44 AM PF
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* BonusFeatureFailure: ''Final Fight Double Impact'' featured the ''WesternAnimation/StreetFighter'' episode "Final Fight" as an unlockable bonus when you complete the game. Only problem? It can only be watched in a window, it is low quality (we're talking "[=YouTube=] in 2006" quality), and can't be rewound.

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* BonusFeatureFailure: ''Final Fight Double Impact'' featured the ''WesternAnimation/StreetFighter'' episode "Final Fight" as an unlockable bonus when you complete the game. Only problem? It can only be watched in a window, it is in low quality (we're talking "[=YouTube=] in 2006" quality), quality, and can't be rewound.
12th May '16 12:38:12 PM speedyboris
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* BonusFeatureFailure: ''Final Fight Double Impact'' featured the ''WesternAnimation/StreetFighter'' episode "Final Fight" as an unlockable bonus when you complete the game. Only problem? It can only be watched in a window, it is low quality (we're talking "[=YouTube] in 2006" quality), and can't be rewound.

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* BonusFeatureFailure: ''Final Fight Double Impact'' featured the ''WesternAnimation/StreetFighter'' episode "Final Fight" as an unlockable bonus when you complete the game. Only problem? It can only be watched in a window, it is low quality (we're talking "[=YouTube] "[=YouTube=] in 2006" quality), and can't be rewound.
12th May '16 12:37:57 PM speedyboris
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* BonusFeatureFailure: ''Final Fight Double Impact'' featured the ''WesternAnimation/StreetFighter'' episode "Final Fight" as an unlockable bonus when you complete the game. Only problem? It can only be watched in a window, it is low quality (we're talking "[=YouTube] in 2006" quality), and can't be rewound.
13th Apr '16 4:22:13 AM PF
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In April 2010, an UpdatedRerelease of the first game was brought to UsefulNotes/XboxLiveArcade and the UsefulNotes/PlayStationNetwork featuring remixed music from the staff behind ''[[VideoGame/BionicCommando Bionic Commando: Re-Armed]]'', and new HD filters. It also comes with the Capcom's 1991 hack'n slash side-scroller ''Videogame/MagicSword''.

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In April 2010, an UpdatedRerelease of the first game was brought to UsefulNotes/XboxLiveArcade and the UsefulNotes/PlayStationNetwork UsefulNotes/{{PlayStation Network}} featuring remixed music from the staff behind ''[[VideoGame/BionicCommando Bionic Commando: Re-Armed]]'', and new HD filters. It also comes with the Capcom's 1991 hack'n slash side-scroller ''Videogame/MagicSword''.
13th Apr '16 4:21:26 AM PF
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''Final Fight'' is a belt-scrolling beat 'em up by Creator/{{Capcom}}, originally released for the arcades during the very end of 1989. As one of the earliest games for Capcom's CPS hardware, ''Final Fight'' helped popularize the beat em' up genre during the early-to-mid 1990s that was previously established with the likes of Irem's ''Kung Fu Master'' and Technos Japan's ''Renegade'' and ''VideoGame/DoubleDragon''. It was ported to a variety of gaming platforms such as the UsefulNotes/{{S|uperNintendoEntertainmentSystem}}NES (in two different versions), the UsefulNotes/SegaCD, and the UsefulNotes/GameBoyAdvance, among others.

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''Final Fight'' is a belt-scrolling beat 'em up by Creator/{{Capcom}}, originally released for the arcades during the very end of 1989. As one of the earliest games for Capcom's CPS hardware, ''Final Fight'' helped popularize the beat em' 'em up genre during the early-to-mid 1990s that was previously established with the likes of Irem's ''Kung Fu Master'' and Technos Japan's ''Renegade'' and ''VideoGame/DoubleDragon''. It was ported to a variety of gaming platforms such as the UsefulNotes/{{S|uperNintendoEntertainmentSystem}}NES (in two different versions), the UsefulNotes/SegaCD, [[UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis Sega CD]], and the UsefulNotes/GameBoyAdvance, among others.



The game's development contains some interesting tidbits: The people in charge of Capcom at the time requested a sequel to ''VideoGame/{{Street Fighter|I}}''.[[note]]This was more than a year before ''VideoGame/StreetFighterII''.[[/note]] As such, the game was originally known as ''[[WorkingTitle Street Fighter '89]]'', but had its title changed before release when the game ended up becoming a side-scrolling beat 'em up and not a competitive FightingGame. The ''Final Fight'' universe was later folded over into the ''Street Fighter'' canon when characters from ''Final Fight'' started to appear in the ''Street Fighter'' series beginning with Guy and Sodom's appearance in the first ''VideoGame/StreetFighterAlpha'' and up to Cody and Guy's return in ''Super VideoGame/StreetFighterIV'' and Poison's debut in the ''Street Fighter'' universe as a playable character in ''VideoGame/StreetFighterXTekken''.[[note]]she had a cameo beforehand as Hugo's manager in ''[[VideoGame/StreetFighterIII Street Fighter III 2nd Impact]]''.[[/note]]

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The game's development contains some interesting tidbits: The people in charge of Capcom at the time requested a sequel to ''VideoGame/{{Street Fighter|I}}''.[[note]]This was more than a year before ''VideoGame/StreetFighterII''.[[/note]] As such, the game was originally known as ''[[WorkingTitle Street Fighter '89]]'', but had its title changed before release when the game ended up becoming a side-scrolling beat 'em up and not a competitive FightingGame. The ''Final Fight'' universe was later folded over into the ''Street Fighter'' canon when characters from ''Final Fight'' started to appear in the ''Street Fighter'' series beginning with Guy and Sodom's appearance in the first original ''VideoGame/StreetFighterAlpha'' and up to Cody and Guy's return in ''Super VideoGame/StreetFighterIV'' and Poison's debut in the ''Street Fighter'' universe as a playable character in ''VideoGame/StreetFighterXTekken''.[[note]]she [[note]]She had a cameo beforehand as Hugo's manager in ''[[VideoGame/StreetFighterIII Street Fighter III 2nd Impact]]''.[[/note]]



In April 2010, an UpdatedRerelease of the first game was brought to XboxLiveArcade and the PlayStationNetwork featuring remixed music from the staff behind ''[[VideoGame/BionicCommando Bionic Commando: Re-Armed]]'', and new HD filters. It also comes with the Capcom's 1991 hack'n slash side-scroller ''Videogame/MagicSword''.

to:

In April 2010, an UpdatedRerelease of the first game was brought to XboxLiveArcade UsefulNotes/XboxLiveArcade and the PlayStationNetwork UsefulNotes/PlayStationNetwork featuring remixed music from the staff behind ''[[VideoGame/BionicCommando Bionic Commando: Re-Armed]]'', and new HD filters. It also comes with the Capcom's 1991 hack'n slash side-scroller ''Videogame/MagicSword''.
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