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It's hard to say what the biggest problem is, but one that takes the cake is that only Cody and Haggar are playable, completely cutting out Guy. Capcom took this to heart and actually released a version called Final Fight Guy , which aside from minor tweaks was mostly the same - except Guy took the place of Cody. It was released in America only through Blockbuster outlets. That's not even the beginning of the issues. Two player mode is gone entirely, eliminating one of the biggest draws of the game. The fourth stage, the factory level where you fight Rolento, is gone entirely. Little things, like the transitions between screens (like your character bashing down a door or being captured by Andore and tossed into the ring) were deleted, too. Animation frames were removed quite liberally as well, making the game feel a bit less smooth. The SNES Final Fight was one of the first games for the system and perhaps Capcom couldn't fit all it wanted to with limited technology and time, but it's still incredibly slipshod compared to the ports that came after it.

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