Final Fight CD

MasterAkumaMatata

Established Member
Originally posted by " backcover "

Final Fight™ punches its way onto Sega CD™.

When the Mad Gear Gang is around,

you know laws are being broken.

Enter the good guys, Haggar, Cody

and Guy, with killer roundhouse

kicks, back fists, uppercuts and

body slams. All raging on the coolest

CD quality tunes. When the going

gets tough, grap a pipe, knife or

sword, and take a slice out of crime!
  • 6 brutal levels of street fighting head trauma and shattered rib cages!
  • Choose from 3 characters for 1 or 2 player bone-busting action!
  • Arcade-quality music and sound effects.
 

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Cloud121

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Hell yeah!

My single favorite Mega CD game, even moreso than Sonic CD.

I love the game to death, it has a great soundtrack, and Guy is the man.

:cheers :thumbs-up:
 

lordofduct

Established Member
I never played it on SNES and I only DLed it for Sega CD because i thought it may be like Streets of Rage! It was pretty damn good!
 

ExCyber

Staff member
Despite running on somewhat inferior graphics hardware, FFCD absolutely wipes the floor with the SNES and GBA ports. It's the only home port I know of that really does the original arcade game justice.
 

it290

Established Member
It's the best version of the game, but yeah, the added depth and variety of SoR makes this game lose its lustre a bit. Still great on its own terms. They did a surprisingly good job with the graphics.
 
It is a very good port with an improved soundtrack, better intro and a new game mode (Time attack).

It has not as many colours on screen as the arcade (those life metters...) but it is a very fun game, specially in 2 players mode.
 
This game was one of my favorites at the arcades. I played it quite a bit. When the snes version came out, I bought it, but was a bit disappointed. So, when it came out on the sega cd, I snatched it up, and it's still one of my favorite arcade beat em ups.
 
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