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www.nintendo.com:

    Rumble in the Metro City jungle.



    A pocket-size version of Capcom's arcade hit from 1989, Final Fight One is the classic side-scrolling fighter. Help good guys Guy and Cody and tough-as-nails Mayor Mike Hagger rescue Mike's kidnapped daughter Jessica and clean up Metro City once and for all.

    No one will ever mistake this button-masher for the fine-tuned combo engine of classic tournament fighters. Final Fight One has a lot going for it, though, including a meaty backstory, compelling characters and, best of all, nonstop adrenalin-pumping action. And in what other game can you kick over a pile of tires to find a freshly roasted, health-replenishing chicken?

    Available now, Final Fight One includes new scenes for each major character. Team up with a pal with a GBA Game Link cable and two Game Paks.

    Contributed by Xoleras (65916) on Dec 27, 2004.

Back of Box:
    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 to the coolest CD quality tunes. When the going gets tough, grab 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.

    Contributed by RKL (5605) on Sep 14, 2003.

Back of box:
    CLASSIC ARCADE ACTION ON THE RUN!

    Classic arcade action is unleashed on the Game Boy Advance system in Final Fight One. There's trouble in Metro City. The members of the Mad Gear Gang have kidnapped the mayor's daughter Jessica and the clock is ticking. The mayor, an ex-street fighter himself, calls in the big guns to help, enlisting the iron fist team of Cody and Guy. Now it's a race against time to scour the city, defeat an army of the Mad Gear Gang's minions, and rescue Jessica before it's too late!

  • The classic arcade blockbuster now for the Game Boy Advance system
  • Team up with a friend, using the link cable to connect two Game Boy Advance systems
  • New added scenes

    Contributed by Corn Popper (69306) on Sep 02, 2002.