Capcom's very first release on the Super Famicom, released on an 8-MegaBit cartridge as a launch title for the console in Japan on December 21, 1990 for 8500 Yen.
Also released as a Nintendo Power edition on December 1, 1997.
"Final Fight [Model SNS-FT-USA]
Final Fight, released in the arcades in 1989, is a milestone of side-scrolling beat'em up history and inspired countless other fighting games.
The arcade game's two player cooperative feature was removed and the game became a single player only game.
The Industrial Area round, including its boss Rolento, were removed; and Guy, one of the three main characters, was omitted, leaving only Cody and Haggar as the only playable characters.
The first stage opening introduction, along with all transition scenes in the levels, such as characters breaking doors or moving into an elevator, were taken out.
The game can only display up to two or three enemies at a time, unlike in the arcade version, due to hardware limitations.
This version of Final Fight is one of Capcom's biggest selling titles with 1,480 million units sold worldwide.