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Final Fight Guy (SNES)

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Final Fight Guy is a side-scrolling fighting game nearly identical to the SNES port of Final Fight with one major difference: the playable character Cody is replaced with Guy - a lightweight fighter. The player can choose to play either Guy of mayor Haggar. The game is still single-player only.


Final Fight Guy SNES This enemies possess a worthless energy bar. Look out with the bottles!
Final Fight Guy SNES Action in the subway
Final Fight Guy SNES Almost there...
Final Fight Guy SNES Intro

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GamePro (US) Oct, 1994 4 out of 5 80
Power Play Jun, 1992 72 out of 100 72
HonestGamers Jan 07, 2009 6 out of 10 60


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English release

Final Fight Guy did see an English-language release stateside as a Blockbuster exclusive rental game.

Version differences

Final Fight Guy (1994) is almost exactly the same game as the original Final Fight (1991) for the SNES. The main difference: instead of Cody & Haggar you can now select Guy & Haggar. The intro has also been slightly changed; in the intro of Final Fight Guy, Guy says that Cody is still in Japan training his martial arts skills so it is up to him to save Jessica. That's all.

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Goteki45 (308) added Final Fight Guy (SNES) on Jul 28, 2003