Arcade - Final Fight - Points [Single Player] - 2,880,390 - Evan Weston

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  1. Arcade - Final Fight - Points [Single Player] - 2,880,390 - Evan Weston

    09-08-2019, 04:51 AM

    Points [Single Player]
    Score Track
    Dip Switch A1-8 = OFF
    Dip Switch B1-2 = ON

    B3 = OFF
    B4 = ON
    B5-8 = OFF
    Dip Switch C1-4 = OFF
    5 = OFF/ON
    6-8 = OFF
    Note: The above Dip Switches, are not only the FACTORY DEFAULT settings, but are also the correct Twin Galaxies Tournament Settings for this title and will provide the following settings;
    Difficulty Level 1 and 2 = Normal

    Bonus Life = 100,000
    Lives = 2
    Special Rules: This is a Single Player ONLY Variation! You may freely choose from any available character. Continues are NOT allowed!

    Submission Message
    2 DIP switches on bank C are different to the rules.
    DIPS 6 and 7 govern continues allowed and attract screen audio.

    1CC. This was a lot of work, relieved to have done it finally. It's something I have always wanted to do!

    Thanks for watching :)

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  2. 09-08-2019, 02:43 PM
    Grats on the 1cc Evan! I know you've been working really hard on that. It's great to see the time and effort paying off. Fantastic score.
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  3. 09-08-2019, 09:37 PM
    Incredible work! Somehow you make all this look easy - which it definitely isn't.

    Accepted. Massive congrats, well earned
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  4. 09-09-2019, 05:58 AM
    Beast! Huge congrats,
    this game is no joke!
    Accepted 🙌
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  5. 09-09-2019, 01:22 PM
    Voting yes accepted
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  6. 09-09-2019, 01:27 PM
    Evan Weston
    Date Submitted: 2019-09-08
    Percent: 100.00%
    Verification Method: IN PROCESS
    Status: Vote
    Final Fight can be played by up to two players simultaneously. Before the game begins, the player chooses between the three main characters: Haggar, Cody, and Guy. Each has his own fighting style and attributes. Health gauges are displayed for both player and enemy characters.
    The controls for Final Fight consist of an eight-way joystick and two buttons for attacking and jumping respectively. Pressing the attack button repeatedly when attacking an enemy or multiple enemies will cause the player character to perform a combo. The final blow of the combo can be changed to a throw if the player moves the joystick in the opposite direction just before landing it. The player can also perform jump attacks. Pressing the attack and jump buttons simultaneously allows the player to perform a special attack that strikes all surrounding enemies, but will drain a small portion of the player's health.
    Enemies can be grabbed simply by walking into one of them. When an enemy is grabbed, the player can perform a grab attack by pressing the attack button or perform a throw by tilting the joystick left or right. A thrown enemy can be tossed at another for additional damage. Items such as weapons, health recovery items, and items awarding extra points can be picked up by standing over one and pressing the attack button. Weapons have limited uses and will disappear if the player is disarmed by an enemy too much or when the player moves to a new area.
    Final Fight consists of six stages or "rounds", as well as two bonus rounds. Each round takes place in a different section of Metro City such as the Slums and the Subway, with most rounds featuring more than one level. At the end of each round the player will face a boss character unique to that round.
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  7. 09-09-2019, 02:27 PM


    Mike Haggar





    6'7"[2] (202 cm)[1]


    266 lbs[2] (140 kg)[1]




    Gray (Street Fighter V )





    Final Fight


    Mike 'Macho' Haggar


    September 3,[1] 1943


    New York,[1]United States of America[2][1]




    Curry rice, hamburgers[1]


    Criminals,[1]Mad Gear Gang, Skull Cross Gang


    Wrestler (Former), Mayor of Metro City (Former)


    Cody (Friendly), Guy (Friendly), Maki (Friendly), Carlos (Friendly), Dean (Friendly), Lucia (Friendly), Zangief, Spider-Man (Friendly (MvC:I), Frank West (MvC:I) (friendly), Chris Redfield (MvC:I) (friendly), Nemesis (MvC:I)


    Wrestling, fighting against gangs in Metro City, uses a pipe as a weapon.


    Ring of Destruction:
    Double Lariat, Violent Axe, Angry Hammer, Spinning Piledriver
    Final Fight Revenge:
    Double Lariat, Quick Double Lariat, Spinning Piledriver, Power Swing, Hammer Thru, Gamble Slam, Giant Swing
    Marvel vs. Capcom series:
    Double Lariat, Violent Axe, Flying Piledriver, Hoodlum Launcher, Skyhigh Back Drop, Wild Swing, Final Atomic Crash, Rapid Fire Fist, Giant Haggar Press, Final Haggar Buster




    Jessica (daughter)



    Ryōtarō Okiayu (Final Fight CD)
    Tessho Genda (Namco x Capcom)
    Kiyoyuki Yanada (Marvel vs. Capcom 3, Street Fighter V)


    Richard Newman (Street FighterTV series)
    Jim Wallace (Final Fight Revenge)
    Matt Riedy (Marvel vs. Capcomseries)
    Josh Petersdorf[3] (Street Fighter V)


    This article is about the Final Fight character. Mike may also refer to Mike, Mike Moh, or Mike Lunn.Final Fight Revenge)WELL DONE.

    Hold back if you want. It's your funeral.HAGGAR (MARVEL VS. CAPCOM 3)

    Michael "Mike" Haggar (マイク・ハガー, Maiku Hagā?) is the deuteragonist and prominent protagonist of the Final Fight series, and an ex-wrestler from Slam Masters. Though he doesn't appear as a playable character in the Street Fighterseries, he still plays a role in the back-stories of Codyand Guy, and is a major enemy to the Mad Gear Gangcharacters such as Hugo, Sodom, Poison and Rolento. He also makes many cameo appearances in Street Fighter stages and in several characters intros and endings.

    Haggar made his debut in the original Final Fight, originally released for the arcades in 1989. He is described as a former "Street Fighter" and pro wrestler turned mayor of Metro City. As of Street Fighter V, he has passed the position of Metro City's mayor to Cody.



    Haggar is a tall and muscular man in every appearance, sporting brown hair and a brown mustache. His general look consists of a brown bandolier, green pants and black boots. Shadaloo C.R.I profile artwork of Haggar shows him wearing this as well, but also wears glasses, a white shirt underneath and a watch.

    In artwork of the original Final Fight, a young Mike Haggar sports this with a tan shirt, yellow arm bands and no mustache.

    In Final Fight 2, he wears a slightly changed bandolier, blue jeans, blue gloves and orange boots.

    In Final Fight 3, Haggar has longer hair in the form of a male ponytail. Changes to the attire are blue green gloves, shorts, brown boots along with sliver knee guards and green shin guards.

    In Final Fight: Streetwise, a older Haggar seems closer to his usual appearance with his original hair. He wears a gray tank top, brown bandolier, brown pants, black gloves and boots.

    In Saturday Night Slam Masters, Haggar wears a wrestling outfit involving a blue bandolier, black arm bands, blue tights sporting red stripes on the sides. The tights also have red knee guards matching black boots with yellow lining.


    Haggar seems to have been loosely modeled after the late real-life wrestler Randy Savage in the game; his ring name in Slam Masters is Mike "Macho" Haggar, and the games even feature a winning pose in which he lifts his daughter Jessica onto his shoulder, a possible nod to Randy Savage and his late valet, Miss Elizabeth. Also, Haggar switches his career from wrestler to politician sometime between Slam Masters II and Final Fight. Coincidentally, Jesse Ventura would go on to be the Governor of Minnesota from 1999 through 2003, years after retiring from wrestling.

    Haggar's full name "Michael Haggar" is a nod to Van Halen members Michael Anthony and Sammy Hagar, the respective bassist and vocalist of the band during the development time of Final Fight.

    While perhaps unintentional on behalf of the creators, Haggar bears a strong resemblance to Paul Pons, the first world champion in Greco-Roman Wrestling, including his short hair, mustache and the belt worn across his chest.



    When Haggar met Cody, he didn't exactly approved of him. Seeing him more as a troublemaker than anything. Most likely, this initial doubt only grew when Cody started dating Jessica. However, during the events of the first Final Fight, Haggar warmed up to the idea of Cody being a good guy and came to respect him as a man, ultimately approving Cody dating his daughter, mostly because he would also risk his life to rescue her. Cody was often annoyed by his lecturing though. However, after his return to Metro City, Cody started getting into trouble more and more. This made his relationship with Haggar turn sour again.

    Despite this, Haggar never lost hope of him one day becoming the great man he once found when they fought the Mad Gear Gang together.[4] With this in mind, Haggar once again tried to help Cody out of his bad habits and miserable life. This eventually would end with Cody being elected to be his successor as Mayor of Metro City.[4] While Haggar knew he wouldn't like the job at first, he completely believed Cody was the right man for the job, as he knew his sense of justice was much greater than his internal demons.[4]He'll do whatever he can to make Cody's job a lot less troubling, especially if it involves something about Mad Gear.

    Jessica Haggar

    His only daughter that he truly loves and cares for the most. Haggar can be easily enraged when it comes to Jessica being in danger.


    His ally and friend who had helped him out through the years in cleansing Metro City of its crime and violence.


    Haggar knows the Bushinryu kunoichi quite very well through Guy and that he had worked alongside with her and Carlos from within their battle against the Mad Gear Gang in Final Fight 2.

    Carlos Miyamoto

    Owing a past debt to both Haggar and Guy in his personal time, Carlos works alongside with him and Maki from within their battle against the Mad Gear Gang in Final Fight 2.


    After being cleared of a past corruption charge by Haggar, Lucia works alongside with him, Guy, and Dean as an act of gratitude from within their battle against the Skull Cross Gang in Final Fight 3. Eventually, Haggar orders her to aid Cody in keeping the peace, especially if something about Mad Gear arises.


    Although Haggar didn't trust Dean at first during the Skull Cross Gang's downtown riot in Metro City, he eventually accepts him as an ally after learning of his tragic backstory and works alongside with him, Guy, and Lucia from within their battle against the Skull Cross Gang in Final Fight 3.

    EnemiesMad Gear Gang

    During the events of Final Fight, Mad Gear had attempted to bribe Haggar into letting them do as they please like the last mayor did before him, but Haggar had refused their demands, leading to Mad Gear kidnapping Jessica and kicking off the plot of the game itself.

    Skull Cross Gang

    After Mad Gear's downfall and destruction, Skull Cross had established itself as the new dominant criminal organization of Metro City and attempted to take over the entire metropolis, but Haggar, Guy, Lucia, and Dean had fought against and defeated Skull Cross from within their efforts.


    Ever since Haggar had defeated him in Final Fight, Hugo has held and maintained a personal grudge towards Haggar and vowed to one day defeat him in order to avenge his past loss.


    Slam Masters series

    Haggar's early career was as a pro wrestler, although it's suggested that before this, he was a "champion street fighter". Whatever the case, Haggar gained enough fame and respect that he began serving as a mentor for up-and-comers like Biff Slamkovich and Gunloc. They eventually signed for the CPWA. There, Haggar formed a tag team with Alexander the Grater, calling themselves the "Knuckle Busters".

    Final Fight series

    After retiring from wrestling, Haggar ran for mayor of Metro City and won, swearing to diminish the city's ever-increasing crime rate after winning the election. The plot of Final Fight centers around the Mad Gear Gang's attempt to manipulate the newly elected Haggar by kidnapping his daughter, Jessica. Instead of submitting to the gang's demands, Haggar enlists the help of Jessica's boyfriend Cody and his friend Guy, to combat the gang and defeat their leader Belger.

    In Final Fight 2, Haggar sets out to defeat the newly revived Mad Gear Gang led by Retu in order to rescue Guy's girlfriend and master. Haggar is joined by Maki, Guy's future sister-in-law and Bushin-style fighter, and Carlos Miyamoto, a South American swordsman friend of Haggar staying with him at the time.

    In Final Fight 3, Haggar is rejoined by Guy and the two team up with Lucia, a female cop, and another ex-Street Fighter named Dean to battle the Skull Cross Gang, a new criminal organization that has taken over Mad Gear's position by becoming the new dominant gang of Metro City.

    Haggar did not appear as a playable character again until 1999's Final Fight Revenge, an American-developed competitive fighting game set immediately after the events of the original Final Fight. Haggar's story in Final Fight Revenge revolves once again around the disappearance of his daughter, who has vanished following a series of riots in Metro City. Jessica's disappearance is not resolved in Haggar's ending, which is instead a recreation of Rolento's ending in Street Fighter Alpha 2, which depicts Rolento's attempt to take over the city. The Street Fighter Zero 3 Secret File Book would later establish that Haggar was able to rescue and save his daughter Jessica and that Jessica herself had eventually left Metro City around the time of Street Fighter Alpha 3, being estranged with Cody after he couldn't give up his destructive addiction to fighting while also being subsequently arrested for aggravated assault and that Jessica had decided to study abroad in France.

    Street Fighter Alpha series

    Mike Haggar appears in the background of Guy's stage in Street Fighter Alpha 2, where he is seen putting J into a headlock. He is seen in the background of Guy's Street Fighter Alpha 3 stage as well.

    Super Street Fighter IV

    In Super Street Fighter IV, Haggar makes five cameo appearances. First, a statue of Haggar can be seen in the background of the Skyscraper Under Construction stage. Second, the bonus car stage has a billboard of Haggar which can also be seen in the background. The third cameo is seen during Cody's prologue, which shows a picture of him, Guy, and Haggar on a poster (with the caption "THE HEROES SAVED OUR CITY", a reference to the aftermath of Final Fight). The fourth is when he suddenly pops out of a false platform in the Mad Gear Hideout stage. Finally, one of Zangief's alternate costumes is based on Haggar's outfit in a reference to their rivalry and similarities.

    Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition

    In Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition, Haggar exonerates Cody and was later succeeded by him as the mayor of Metro City. In Cody's character story, Haggar was mentioned by Cody's assistant Marlowewhen she informs Cody to fix his behavior and dealing all of the responsible duties as mayor. Haggar also makes an appearance in Lucia's character story, informing the latter that the Mad Gear Gang are plotting to oppose the current mayor of Metro City.

    Street Fighter III series

    Though Haggar doesn't appear and is never seen in the Street Fighter III games, he's briefly mentioned in one of Hugo's endings in Street Fighter III: 2nd Impact, where he forms a tag team with Black Widow. According to this ending, Haggar is still a wrestler as of SFIII, which indicates that he may have gone back to wrestling after his period as mayor ended. However, this could simply be a continuity error.
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  8. 09-09-2019, 03:38 PM
    Great Haggar run, accepted!
    -Ohya, baby! I'm the first ever dude on the planet to get a documented PERFECT score on Bonk's Adventure!
    I also have a high score on Alfred Chicken.... yeah, not as good.
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