Sometimes in fighting games, CPU opponents reach God-like levels. They get to a point where they are seemingly unstoppable - executing combos flawless and taking absolutely no damage, while the player struggles to register a single hit.

Although there are a number of retro fighting games that behave like this, one of the biggest offenders is arguably Street Fighter II. A "revelatory" video has now emerged online, reportedly exposing the game's CPU opponents as a bunch of cheats.

This clip, by the fighting game YouTuber Desk, explains how computer opponents in this Capcom classic can essentially do whatever they like and even have access to unblockable attacks. Get the full rundown above and tell us if you've been on the receiving end of this yourself.