Final Fight 3 (Super Nintendo, SNES) - Reproduction Game Cartridge with Custom Miniature Box
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Final Fight 3 (Super Nintendo, SNES) - Reproduction Game Cartridge with Custom Replica Miniature Box
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$6.99 Canada (Includes Tracking)
$4.99 U.S. (Airmail, no tracking)
$9.99 International (Airmail, no tracking)
Game is brand new and tested to work. This is a reproduction cart. Cart looks flawless.
Comes in a custom mini box.
Game box art print is 9/10.
Cart label is 10/10.
Game box size fits a game cartridge comfortably even with a dust protector (not included).
"Final Fight 3, released in Japan as Final Fight Tough (Japanese: ファイナルファイト タフ Hepburn: Fainaru Faito Tafu?), is a side-scrolling beat 'em up by Capcom originally released for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System in 1995. It is the second sequel to Final Fight released for the Super NES, following Final Fight 2, and like its predecessor, it was produced by Capcom's consumer division with no preceding arcade version released.
The game features the return of the protagonist Guy along with Haggar and also introduces new characters, Lucia and Dean. The game's plot takes them through their efforts to rid Metro City of the new Skull Cross gang. Final Fight 3 introduced new moves, as well as branching paths during gameplay and multiple endings. Also available is the option to fight alongside a CPU-controlled partner. However, most critics felt these changes did too little in the way of expanding and improving upon the original Final Fight, and the game was released to little fanfare.
The next Final Fight game released, Final Fight Revenge, eschewed the side-scrolling beat'em up gameplay in favour of a one-on-one 3D fighting game format." - Wikipedia
Why buy a reproduction cart?
Why not? Here are some great reasons:
These repros play identical to the original game but use all new parts, so you're guaranteed many, many years of enjoyment without it breaking down. Original games are generally 'well used' and may or may not last very long. Plus generally require a lot of cleaning, and who knows if the board has started to corrode inside that game shell?
New batteries for game saves (where applicable) mean you're not going to lose your saved game anytime soon.
They look almost identical to the original games, so you can proudly display them in your collection.