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(1989 Video Game)

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Guy and the boss characters Sodom and Rolento were playable in the Street Fighter Alpha series.
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The Andore characters are an homage to world-famous wrestler André the Giant.
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In the Game Boy Advance version, Final Fight One, the dialog between "Alpha" Cody and Rolento pokes fun at the Super Nintendo version of the game since Rolento did not appear in it. Alpha Cody says "Um. It's strange. I don't remember this way. Oh yes, I took a shortcut, after beating the policeman (Edi. E). I walked along the coast..." This is a reference to how an entire stage was missing from the Super Nintendo version which took place after the defeat of Edi. E and before going to the Bay Area.
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According to Capcom Classics Collection, Roxy and Poison are male.
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The playable characters are as follows: *Mike Haggar: Mayor of Metro City and a former fighter. He wages war on the Mad Gear gang when they kidnap his daughter Jessica. Slow, but powerful. *Cody: Jessica's boyfriend, he wants nothing more than to rescue her from the clutches of the Mad Gears. In addition to being the most well-balanced character, he can also hold onto knives and stab with them rather than just throwing them. *Guy: Cody's martial artist friend who is more than willing to lend a hand in the war against the Mad Gears. Weaker than the other two characters, but faster.
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Nintendo had very stringent censorship morals when this game hit the Super Nintendo. As Damnd's name was too close to the word "damned", his name became Thrasher. Likewise, Sodom's name became Katana (most likely because the name could be taken as a Biblical reference or because it sounds too similar to Saddam (Hussein.))
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Two sequels (namely, Final Fight 2 (1993) and Final Fight 3 (1995)) were made, but not released in the arcade. They were released directly to the Super Nintendo game console.
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Numerous elements of the game were reused in the Street Fighter series. Haggar's spinning clothesline and pile driver became Zangief attacks, Guy's spinning kick became a special move for most Shotokan characters, the "Car Smashing" bonus game was used in similar fashion in the Street Fighter II games, and many characters later appeared in Street Fighter games (Sodom, Guy, etc.) Conversely, Chun-Li makes a cameo in the first stage of Final Fight 2 (1993).
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The working title of the game was Street Fighter '89. It was intended to be something of a sequel to the original Street Fighter.
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