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Mighty Final Fight

by Capcom
Nintendo NES
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  • ASIN: B00004SVSF
  • Media: Video Game
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #40,845 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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The Mad Gear Gang has spread crime and violence throughout the streets of Metro City. Only one man has enough guts to take the streets back from them, Mayor Mike Haggar. Now the Mad Gear Gang has kidnapped his daughter Jessica to bring him under their control. But they've made one mistake: Haggar's furious and he wants someone's head! Guy and Jessica's boyfriend, Cody, are joining Haggar to clean up the slime-filled streets and rescue Jessica. Along the way you'll find food to replenish your health, or better yet, search for weapons to knock the living daylights out of your enemies. So join Haggar and his friends as they try to free the city from the evil clutches of the Mad Gear Gang!

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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Final Fight goes 8-Bit May 26, 2002
I don't know if I could call this game "Mighty" but it sure is a nice game for NES Double Dragon fans who are sick of having to press two buttons simultaniously to jump. More than just a Metro City brawler for the original Nintendo Entertainment System, MFF is basically Final Fight with cartoony characters, altered levels, and an ever-so-slightly different storyline.
What make this game better than it's Super Nintendo cousin are the inclusion of all three characters (Cody, Hagger, and Guy), female thugs (the "good girl" theory is NOT politically correct), an Experience Points system (get better as you progress), and the final boss being half-robot.
What don't make this game better than the SNES version are the frustrating difficulty, having to fight some bosses twice, still not having a two-player mode, and not having a good "bad girl" to play as.
Grafix: 8 of 10
Sound: 8
Gameplay: 5
Control Response: 9
Humor: 6
Difficulty: Hard
Note: I am perfectly aware of the real original Japanese Famicom Disk System. When I said original NES, I meant the first one to be released in the US. Also, MFF is compatable with the second NES model released in the US. Also, I know how to spell GRAPHICS
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5.0 out of 5 stars A great release by capcom December 31, 2013
By joseph
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I was watching a review on beat 'em ups for the nes and this one came up. That guy was correct! It is one of the best beat 'em ups I've ever own. You need to buy this. (if you have the money)
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4.0 out of 5 stars A pint-sized classic based off a classic October 26, 2011
By John. N
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
When it comes to retro NES titles, I find it rather odd that Mighty Final Fight is the quote unquote rarest game I was looking to add to my collection. While I'll admit the SNES port of the arcade original is where Final Fight started for most, I can't say that title is why Final Fight has remained at the forefront of my gaming memories for as long as it has. So given that, what's so special about Mighty Final Fight? How could a downscaled rendition of a SNES classic be of such note? Well, as one would expect given the formula behind it, calling Mighty Final Fight special is somewhat of a stretch, even for someone who is pretty smitten with the game. It's obvious that hundreds of games, games from the Double Dragon series, Battletoads to Sega's Streets of Rage have crossed strikingly similar terrain over the years.

As blindingly derivative as gaming can end up being, most know there are times where experiences can thrive upon their simplicity. As simple as a game like Final Fight was, there's a part of me that can't help but think that it was a bit too simplistic to really show off a (new at that time) console like the SNES. This isn't to say I was disappointed with Final Fight, but to say it was a quantum leap over the last generation of brawlers (beyond graphics) would be a lie. It's this - the lack of any real progression - that makes Mighty Final Fight so attractive in an ironic sort of way. Simply put, there is no real sacrifice made in taking the series back a console generation. While I'll concede that's not exactly the most positive thing one could say about a game, the game's super-deformed presentation has its own way of charming the player and is a worthy avenue to explore in contrast to the straight-edged look of its technologically advanced brethren.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Nice Game October 20, 2012
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Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
The product is really good, it was exactly what I expected the product is. I can recommend it to all who are interested in purchasing this item. The people should buy it because it's reliable...
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