Hugo Andore

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is a side-scrolling beat-'em-up game originally released by Capcom as a coin-operated video game in . It was the seventh game released by Capcom for their CP System arcade game hardware. The player takes control of one of three vigilantes who must rescue a kidnapped young woman from a ruthless street gang.

The game was originally conceived as a sequel to the original Street Fighter titled Street Fighter '89, but the title was changed before its release when the game's genre changed from a one-on-one competitive fighting game to a side-scrolling action game similar to Double Dragon or Golden Axe . Final Fight was ported to various platforms, such as the Super NES and Mega-CD, since its original coin-op release.

Final Fight was followed by a series of sequel that were produced primarily for the home console market, and some of the game's characters would reappear in later Street Fighter games.

Chronologically set during the time of the original Street Fighter, Final Fight is set in the fictional American metropolis of Metro City, based on New York City. A former professional wrestler named Mike Haggar is elected as the new Mayor of the city, promising to handle the city's criminal problem in his campaign. The Mad Gear gang, the dominant criminal organization of the city, plots to bring Haggar under their control by kidnapping his daughter Jessica and using her as leverage against him. Enlisting the help of Cody, Jessica's boyfriend and a Martial Arts master himself, as well as Cody's sparring partner, a ninjutsu master named Guy, Haggar opts to fight the gang instead in order to save his daughter.

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Wins: 1
Losses: 1

Result Opponent A Score   B Score
Loss Kuma 10 to 11
Win Bass Armstrong 9 to 5