According to ESRB, this game contains: Violence
Parents have little to worry about with Final Fight One. The game features lots of punching, kicking, and fighting, but no blood or guts. This is a game from the pre-Mortal Kombat era and doesnt feature much in the way of objectionable material.
Older gamers who can remember when this game was in the arcades will probably enjoy the GBA release for the nostalgia alone. The game is incredibly faithful to its original version, with a few minor tweaks to increase the replay value.
Newer Gamers might be let down by the one-dimensional battle system and presentation. This is an old game ported faithfully to a new handheldnot a remake. If you can get past that, you should find that Final Fight One provides several hours of entertainmentand a bit of a history lesson about the evolution of gaming as well.
Deaf and Hard of Hearing gamers have nothing to worry about, either. Final Fights story is presented with text and no voice-overs. The only thing youll be missing is the cheesy music.