One of the major problems with so many RPG games is the time it takes to get those characters buffed up by constantly exposing them to near meaningless battles.
But, what if there was a way to let this mindless task be by-passed...without cheating? Wouldn't that be worth something?
My idea is a type of pre-programmed robot that can "see" by tapping into your system's video out cord (patch link provided to still connect your TV/Monitor with) and operate your controller in order to do this mindless task until you decide your characters are buffed up enough.
With some basic set-up and a swap of a pre-programmed memory card, your RPG Robo-Buddy can be wondering your characters around in a pre-defined area that best works for their levels (the robot would read their levels and guide your characters, via it's internal mapping system keyed to the game, around the most prosperous and safe area, where they can fight off enemies til the end of the day) and battle, battle, battle their way up the level chain...until you say stop. Your RPG Robo-Buddy will keep a close eye on all your characters, making sure not to let their stats enter those dangerously low HP marks. It will use the best techniques that have been found to work by professionals who built the database.
And, RPG Robo-Buddy can handle virtually any game system out there.* (*As long as there is a pre-programmed card for RPG Robo-Buddy to use that coinsides with the game you choose to use.) As RPG Robo-Buddy's mechanical hands can grip and work any controller designed for the Human hand to hold.
But, that's not all!!! RPG Robo-Buddy can go beyond the RPG realm and act as a second player to virtually any 2-player game out there.* (*Pre-programmed card required.) Using the best pre-programmed strategies our professionals could create, RPG Robo-Buddy will operate that Player 2 character like the best of them. RPG Robo-Buddy can even replace a lousy AI player that may have come with the game.
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How about that idea? I was sort of thinking along the lines of the NES robot that is so rare and expensive these days, R.O.B., when I thought about how the robot might sorta look.