Sony had a new, roughly 60% complete build of The Fight on hand at a pre-Gamescom press event, and I have to say, my experience with the game couldn’t have been more different from the one Chris Buffa had a few months ago (when the game still had its “Lights Out” subtitle). For one, I found the artificial intelligence to be at least competitive, if not overly hard. My computerized opponent — a thin, bouncy, tattooed Asian gangster — came at me constantly, using quick jabs to take advantage if I opened myself up with too many attacks and not enough guarding. The player who went before me actually lost to his computer opponent, a beefy black man in a wifebeater who countered an endless series of high, straight punches with some accurate low body blows.

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