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|Platform(s)||Arcade, Sega Saturn|
|Release date|| Arcade |
JP July 1999
JP March 30 2000
|Mode(s)||Single-player, 2-player versus|
|Arcade system||Sega Titan Video|
|Display||Raster, 704 x 513 pixels (Horizontal), 6144 colors|
The story is set between the events of Final Fight and Street Fighter Alpha 3. While it is debatable how much of it is canon, given its status as a spin-off and more overtly silly story elements, mainly Zombie Belger, it does give some context as to how Cody was imprisoned.
|Cody||Metro City, USA.||Koichi Yamadera|
|Edi. E||Metro City, USA.|
|Guy||Japan town, Metro City, USA.||Tetsuya Iwanaga|
|Mike Haggar||Metro City, USA.|
|Poison||Los Angeles, California, USA.||Lani Minella|
|Rolento||New York, USA.||Jin Yamanoi|
|Sodom||Arizona, USA.||Wataru Takagi|
|Zombie Belger - Final boss, non-playable.||Metro City, USA.|
Promotional Art and PackagingEdit
- Final Fight Revenge (arcade) official page (archive)
- Final Fight Revenge (Sega Saturn) official page (archive)
|Final Fight series|
|Video games (Full list)|
|Main games||Final Fight (Guy | CD | One | Double Impact) | Final Fight 2 | Final Fight 3|
|Spinoffs||Mighty Final Fight | Final Fight Revenge | Final Fight: Streetwise|