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Mighty Final Fight (マイティ ファイナルファイト?) is a side-scrolling beat-'em-up released by Capcom for the Nintendo Entertainment System in 1993. It is a spinoff of Capcom's 1989 arcade game Final Fight, which was previously ported to the Super NES. But unlike the original game and its SNES ports, the characters in this edition are depicted in a comical childlike "super deformed" or "chibi" art style.
The game's plot is a comical re-telling of the story from the first game. Like the SNES ports, Mighty Final Fight is a single-player game. However, unlike the SNES versions, it retains all three playable characters from the arcade version. The game also has various features not seen in a Final Fight game up to that point, including an experience points system allowing players to earn new fighting maneuvers.
Mighty Final Fight was re-released in the 2006 compilation Capcom Classics Mini-Mix for the Game Boy Advance.