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Final Fight

For detailed information about this series, see: Final Fight series on Wikipedia

Haggar

Mike Haggar, The Main Character of the series.

Final Fight is a beat'em series by Capcom.

Video Games

  • Final Fight (December 1989). Arcade, Capcom power system charger, Amiga, Amstrad CPC, Atari ST, Commodore 64, SEGA Mega-CD, ZX Spectrum, SNES, Sharp X68000 and iOS.
    • Final Fight One (May 25, 2001). Game Boy Advance. An enhanced remake of the original game.
    • Final Fight: Double Impact (April 15, 2010). PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. An HD remake of the game bundled with the Arcade game Magic Sword.
  • Final Fight 2 (May 22 1993). SNES. Available on Wii via Virtual Console in 2009.
  • Mighty Final Fight (June 11, 1993). NES.
  • Final Fight 3 (December 22, 1995).SNES. Available on Wii via Virtual Console in 2009.
  • Final Fight Revenge (July 1999). Arcade and Sega Saturn.
  • Final Fight: Streetwise (Feburary 28, 2006). Xbox and PlayStation 2.

Links to other series

Direction Series Date Description Type


4Arrow L Forgotten Worlds198912 December 1989The enemy character Two.P from Final Fight is inspired by Unknown Soldier 2P from Forgotten Worlds.3


4Arrow L Wizardry198912 December 1989The katana weapon "Muramasa" in Final Fight was named after the "Muramasa Blade" from Wizardry: Proving Grounds of the Mad Overlord.3


5Arrow R Adventure Quiz19901221 December 21, 1990The Adventure Quiz series features characters from Final Fight.1


5Arrow R Captain Commando199111 November 1991Ginzu from Captain Commando has ties to Guy from Final Fight. The setting of Captain Commando is a future version of Metro City, the setting of Final Fight, and a bust of Haggar appears as an in-game item.1


5Arrow R Dungeons & Dragons1993 1993The innkeeper at the beginning of Dungeons & Dragons: Tower of Doom appears very similar in appearance to Mike Haggar.3


5Arrow R Breath of Fire1993043 April 3, 1993The enemy monster "Bill Bull" (Bulla in English) from Breath of Fire is named after an enemy character in Final Fight.3


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Street Fighter19930522 May 22, 1993Characters from Street Fighter make cameos in various Final Fight games; various Final Fight characters are recurring characters in the Street Fighter series.
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4Arrow L Mega Man19930611 June 11, 1993Mega Man's face appears on a billboard in Mighty Final Fight. Two rescuable Reploids in Mega Man X6 are named after Guy and Cody.2


4Arrow L Side Arms19930611 June 11, 1993Mobichan from Side Arms appears in the continue screen in Mighty Final Fight.1


5Arrow R Slam Masters19930713 July 13, 1993Haggar is a playable character in the Slam Masters series.1


4Arrow L Vulgus19951222 December 22, 1995The Yashichi enemy from Vulgus appears as an item in Final Fight 3.2


5Arrow R Puzzle Fighter19960531 May 31, 1996Statues of Haggar appear in Chun-Li's stage in Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo.2


5Arrow R Marvel Super Heroes (Capcom)19970618 June 18, 1997Cody and Jessica from Final Fight make a cameo appearance in Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter.1


5Arrow R Pocket Fighter199709 September 1997Guy, Rolento and Sodom from Final Fight make cameo appearances in Pocket Fighter.1


5Arrow R SNK vs. Capcom200108 August 2001Various Final Fight characters are featured in SNK vs. Capcom: Card Fighters games, while Rolento and Maki are selectable in Capcom vs SNK 2: Mark of the Millenium 2001.1


5Arrow R Capcom Fighting200410 October 2004Guy is a playable character in Capcom Fighting Evolution and Haggar, Jessica and Carlos Miyamoto make a cameo appearance in Alex's ending.1


5Arrow R Power Pro Kun Pocket2004122 December 2, 2004A character in Power Pro Kun Pocket 7 is named after Haggar.3


5Arrow R Namco × Capcom20050526 May 26, 2005Namco × Capcom features Guy and Haggar from Final Fight as playable characters.1


5Arrow R Capcom Classics Collection20050927 September 27, 2005Final Fight is included in Capcom Classics Collection and Capcom Classics Collection Remixed. Mighty Final Fight is included in Capcom Classics Mini-Mix.2


5Arrow R GameCenter CX2005112 November 2, 2005Arino plays the SNES port of Final Fight in Episode 22 of GameCenter CX.2


4Arrow L Sengoku BASARA20060228 February 28, 2006Sengoku BASARA billboards are visible in Final Fight: Streetwise.2


4Arrow L Ōkami20060228 February 28, 2006Ōkami billboards and paitings are visible in Final Fight: Streetwise.2


5Arrow R God Hand20060914 September 14, 2006The God Hand knife-thrower enemies are designed after El Gado/Hollywood from Final Fight.3


5Arrow R High Score Girl2010 2010The Final Fight arcade game is featured several times in High Score Girl.2


4Arrow L Magic Sword20100415 April 15, 2010Magic Sword is included as a bonus in Final Fight: Double Impact.3


5Arrow R Marvel vs. Capcom20110215 February 15, 2011Haggar is selectable in Marvel vs Capcom 3 and Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3.1


5Arrow R Capcom Arcade20110405 April 05, 2011Final Fight is included in Capcom Arcade.2


5Arrow R Tekken20120306 March 06, 2012Street Fighter X Tekken features various characters from Final Fight in the background, as well as Poison as a selectable fighter.1


5Arrow R Skullgirls20120410 April 10, 2012One of Peacock's attacks in Skullgirls references Final Fight.3


5Arrow R Dragon's Dogma20120522 May 22, 2012The list of generic monickers in Dragon's Dogma features "Cody", "Guy", "Haggar" and "Poison" as possible monickers.2


5Arrow R Minna to Series20131119 November 19, 2013Several Final Fight characters are selectable in Street Fighter × All Capcom.1


5Arrow R Strider20140218 February 18, 2014One of Hiryu's color alts in the 2014 Strider is inspired by Guy from Final Fight.3


5Arrow R Dead Rising2014069 June 9, 2014Mike Haggar is featured as a costume for Frank West in Super Ultra Dead Rising 3' Arcade Remix Hyper Edition Ex Plus Alpha; Dead Rising 4 features a Mike Haggar costume and Final Fight Arcade cabinets in its backgrounds.2

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