Capcom Database

Final Fight 3

1,578pages on
this wiki
FF3 Logo
Final Fight 3, known in Japan as Final Fight Tough (ファイナルファイトタフ, Fainaru Faito Tafu?), produced by Tokuro Fujiwara, is the fifth game in the Final Fight series.
Super Nes - Final Fight 3 Intro03:00

Super Nes - Final Fight 3 Intro

Like Final Fight 2, Final Fight 3 was exclusively for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) in 1995, and was not released in arcades. This game introduces two new characters; Dean and Lucia Morgan. In Japan, the game was released in December 2009 on the Wii's Virtual Console. Characters designs were handled by Bengus.


Following the Mad Gear Gang's defeat in Final Fight 2, a gang war erupted in Metro City with the Skull Cross Gang eventually reigning supreme. Guy returns to Metro City following his training and meets with Mayor Haggar. The Skull Cross Gang then detonates a bomb and incites a riot in downtown Metro City, freeing their leader Marshal Black, from prison. Joined by female police officer Lucia Morgan and a mysterious street fighter named Dean, Guy and Haggar fight to take down the new gang of criminals. On the rooftop of the Skull Cross Gang's headquarters, Guy managed to defeat and kill Black by hitting him through the electric generator, ending their crimes.

Characters Edit

  • Ray/Billy - A basic member of the Skull Cross gang that attacks with a three-hit combo punch.
  • Dirk/Rick - A typically weak punk from the Skull Cross gang. However, this particular member has metal claws similar to those of Marvel Comics superhero Wolverine.
  • Fat Jack/Arby - Football player-style Skull Cross member who comes running from one side of the screen to the other like a juggernaut.
  • Hunter - A tall man that wears a hockey mask and baseball cap and walks in a hunched over, shuffling gait. He boasts a basic punch attack as well as a slide attack, but his most powerful attack is a slow, powerful swing from the baseball bat he keeps strapped to his back which can take out almost all of the player's health in a single strike.
  • May - Female ninja-like Skull Cross member who slices with a kunai attached at her wrist. She will backflip out of harm's way when attacked.
  • Fritz - Another one of those classic Final Fight punks that run by, tossing molotov cocktails and leaving a fiery mess in their wake.
  • Dave - A renegade cop who has crossed over to the Skull Cross gang. Wielding a billy club, his deadliest attack is the Giant Jump. He is similar in appearance to Edi E. He was defeated by Lucia.
  • Callman - The head waiter of "Creep Eats", a barbecue joint located in the back streets of Metro City. He was defeated by Lucia.
  • Drake - This mad fisherman, dressed in a blue tanktop, blue jeans, a blue sailor hat and brown boots, attacks with a big anchor. He is in charge of the gang's weapon shipment from his boat "Sims". He was defeated by Dean.
  • Caine - The gang's mechanic. Caine attacks the player with a gigantic wrench in an abandoned bus yard, but this large boss is nearsighted and slow-moving. He was defeated by Guy.
  • Wong - This boss has a long ponytail with no other hair on his head. Wears a green cloth, brown shorts, brown boots, silver wrist guards, a brown strap to hold his top, and has a set of beads on his hand. He was defeated by Guy.
  • Stray - Stray, the penultimate boss of the game, moves fast, jumping and striking with lightning speed. Armed with spiked knuckles, Stray wears a green trenchcoat with purple pants, gloves and a spiky mohawk. He was responsible for the slaughter of Dean's family. Dean defeated and killed him.
  • Black - Black is the leader of the Skull Cross Gang and the final boss of the game. He uses a flogging whip as his main weapon, occasionally throws knives, and possesses a spinning attack that is similar to Haggar's "Lariat", and a ki attack similar to Guy's "Palm Blast Attack". Black has a strong resemblance to Fist of the North Star villain, The Colonel, with his clothes, red beret, scars and eyepatch, and borrows his jacket bursting action from the series main protagonist, Kenshiro.

Trivia Edit

  • This was the first Final Fight game to feature four playable characters.

Credits (or lack thereof) Edit

Unlike the series' previous entries, the game lacks a credits sequence for the game's staff.

Aside from interviews with Capcom staff, there is only one known credit for the game: music composer Katsunari Kitajima, as revealed on his official website.

Gallery Edit

Box Art Edit

Merchandise and Advertisement Edit

External Links Edit

Around Wikia's network

Random Wiki