Conclusion: If you liked Final Fight back in the glory days of the arcades, are a fan of the Street Fighter universe and its characters, love beat 'em ups like Streets of Rage 2 or Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, need a new medieval hack 'n slash to play, are a fan of Capcom's work or love nostalgic retro games then download this one as soon as possible!
Excerpt: What makes Minigore special is that what you get right now for 59p is Episode 1 and you’ll get Episodes 2 and 3 as free updates. It gets better! If you go to the developers blog you get to vote on future features. There was a vote on whether or not the community would like to see Minigore HD on PS3 or 360 and you can currently vote on what the new ability is in Episode 3; Power Dash or Grenades.
Excerpt: Final Fight Double Impact brings us two of Capcom’s greatest arcade classics in one affordable package. Final Fight has changed little since arcade inception in 1989, you control one of three heroes over a multi-level fighting fest to save Metro City’s mayor Haggar’s daughter from a group of criminals calling themselves Mad Gear.
Excerpt: First Impressions My reaction is Like many others of my generation, I have a special fondness for Final Fight. For me, this was the game that got me hooked on to arcade machines. This game has probably guzzled more loose change than all the parking meters in Dubai combined. Of course, this was a time before Street Figher 2; circa 1989, an age when the likes of Double Dragon ruled arcade machines and consoles were too expensive for most to purchase.
Summary: Final Fight: Double Impact packages two great games into one worthwhile download. Both Final Fight and Magic Sword hold up well, especially when they are displayed in between authentic cabinet art and visual effects. Throw in online gameplay and you have a pair of must-own titles for the Xbox 360! Tweet This product was submitted by the publisher for review. As a rule, Defunct Games does not review games we spent money on.
Conclusion: Final Fight: Double Impact is a very good port of two classic games by Capcom for next gen consoles. The added online feature lets you play with the world is a welcome addition to the original game. The graphics and music are old school and are preserved through the transitioning of these titles to next generation platforms. The lack of a harder difficulty and the unlimited continues makes the game a bit easier then it would have been if you played it back on the arcade.
Excerpt: Final Fight: Double Impact is everything players might expect from a game with such a title and more; that is, a port of Final Fight and another game that is completely unrelated. These blast-from-the-past Capcom coin-op games will allow players to relive their old memories of delivering epic beatdowns to hordes of gangsters and... shooting magic projectiles at monsters in a tower. Actually, I don't think I had that memory. I wonder how many people did?
Excerpt: Every so often, Capcom tries to dust off the IP and do something with Final Fight . They tried making a fighting game out of it, Final Fight: Revenge , the last American game released for the Sega Saturn. It was a disaster. A few years ago, they tried to update the game for modern audiences with the gritty, Frank Miller-esque Final Fight: Streetwise , and that sank like a rock.
Excerpt: The Final Fight franchise has had a weird history. Despite the success of the original arcade game, two classic SNES sequels, a truly startling amount of memetic impact on Internet gaming culture (at this point, I'd imagine more people know about Mike Haggar from online humor than from actually playing any of the games he was in), and a big chunk of the cast migrating over to various Street Fighter games, the series itself has gone almost nowhere in the last twenty...