You want to play Final Fight. This is an inexorable truth. Final Fight is perhaps the single greatest side-scrolling beat-'em-up of all time, a near-perfect realization of the "gang kidnaps someone's girlfriend/wife/daughter/niece/random-damsel-in-distress so you go beat them all up" formula. Between some of the most memorable enemies in beat-'em-up history, a still-great combat system, a slick art style, and the greatest action-hero politician of all time, Metro City mayor Mike Haggar, you absolutely need to play Final Fight at some point in your life. However, the version of Final Fight just released for the Wii Virtual Console isn't necessarily the one you want to play. This is the compromised SNES version, not the arcade original. Still, even for all the details the SNES version mucks up, many of the core factors that make Final Fight so appealing are still intact, and you're bound to have a fun time with it, even in spite of its multiple blights on the arcade game's good name.