Retro Review: Final Fight One - Electronic Theatre

It's widely acknowledged that the first console conversion of the game, the Super Nintendo Entertainment System's (SNES) Final Fight, was heavily censored to meet the demands of the market at the time. Removing an entire level, one of the lead protagonists and the option for two-player combat, as well as replacing female enemy sprites with male characters in order to sidestep the negative views of violence against women, it wasn't until 1993's Mega-CD (known in the US as the SEGA CD) release of Final Fight CD that home console gamers received an uncut edition of the arcade original. Arriving eight years later, the Game Boy Advance version echoed that Mega-CD release by offering all three playable characters, every level and original enemy, as well as a number of unique additions.

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