Final Fight Tough [Model SHVC-AFZJ-JPN]

Nintendo Super Famicom cart. published 25 years ago by Capcom

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Listed and emulated in MAME !

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Final Fight Tough © 1995 Capcom Company, Limited.

You can teach a new skull old tricks! 9 huge levels of action, make decisions on directions to travel to make your fight different every time! Pull off special attacks to power up the "SUPER" meter to unleash multiple-hit punch and kick barrage moves! Enjoy the 2-player simultaneous game or try the new "AUTO 2P PLAY" mode where your teammate is controlled by the computer for one credit!

At 24-megs, this is the biggest Final Fight ever!
Known export releases:
"Final Fight 3 [Model SNS-AFZE-USA]"

The music used for both the title screen and the first stage was used in the secret game of the Street Fighter Zero: Fighter's Generation compilation, Hyper Street Fighter Zero. It can be found in the sound test, and can be heard in game by playing as ZERO3 Guy with Classic Mode.

The continue screen in Final Fight Tough, which features the selected main character tied to a table while a panel with spikes descends on him/her is an homage to the arcade version of Ninja Gaiden (which ironically enough, inspired the intimidating continue screens in both Final Fight 1 and 2), and even the ending notes of the continue theme pay homage to Ninja Gaiden's infamous music sting upon the end of the continue countdown.
Debug Menu:
Select + Start (on Capcom screen)

Inside the factory:
Knock an enemy into a door and proceed into it. Defeat all the enemies and your character may proceed to a room with four computers present. Knock enemies into all four computers and when all opponents have been defeated, you will clear the round without facing the boss of the level.
1. Final Fight [B-Board 88622B-3] (1989, Arcade)
2. Final Fight 2 [Model SHVC-F2] (1993, Super Famicom)
3. Mighty Final Fight (1993, Famicom)
4. Final Fight Tough [Model SHVC-AFZJ-JPN] (1995, Super Famicom)
5. Final Fight Revenge (1999, Arcade)
6. Final Fight - Streetwise (2006, PS2/XBOX)
Released to the Virtual Console in dec.8, 2009 in Japan.
Game's ROM.