On the Super Nintendo port, the names of some bosses were changed (Damnd became Thrasher and Sodom became Katana). The censorship also cut the whiskey from the list of "Power Ups" and took away all female enemies of the game, leaving only men.
In the Arcade version, after you finish destroying the car (bonus area), a character comes along and cries, saying, "Oh My God!", Thanks to the censorship, the Super Nintendo changed into "Oh My Car!"
The enemy Andore was based on a wrestler called Andre the Giant.
The story of Mike Haggar also has a parallel with the story of former wrestler Jesse Ventura, who left the rings to become governor in Minnesota.
The Super Nintendo version does not contain the character Guy due to limitations with memory on the cartridge. Add
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The female gang members (Poison/Roxy, etc.) haven't had much luck appearing in the home ports of Final Fight. All the Nintendo versions replaced then completely with male enemies (this includes the recent GBA remake, at least the US version) and while she appears in some rare ports they can only be found with edited clothing. Only the rare Japanese SegaCD version shows them in their original form. Add
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Capcom firstly designed Final Fight to be the sequel to Street Fighter named Street Fighter '89, but Capcom changed its mind and decided to give the game a new name and start a new series. Add