SF2 AI – does it cheat?

I’ve seen a few questions floating around about whether the AI can cheat – specifically whether it needs to charge Bladekicks or Sonic Booms like a human player does.

No, it doesn’t.

The built-in AI programs are simple lists of moves that aren’t subject to the normal human rules of needing to charge back a certain amount of time before performing a move like a Sonic Boom, and the computer controlled opponent can execute them without these requirements.

For some moves, such as E.Honda’s Hundred-Hand-Slap, Chun-Li’s Thousand-Foot-Kick, etc. the AI scripts include a couple of moves to make it look like they are subject to the same rules as human input (and also a clue to new players how to execute the moves), but the AI machine is capable of launching into any power move as easily and instantly as any ordinary attack.

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SF2 AI – does it cheat?

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