Another Metroidvania -style open-world action RPG released that year was System Sacom 's Sharp X1 computer game Euphory , which was possibly the only Metroidvania -style multiplayer action RPG produced, allowing two-player cooperative gameplay.  Other action RPG games released in 1987 include three Dragon Slayer titles, including Faxanadu , a side-scrolling spin-off of Xanadu ,  and Dragon Slayer IV: Legacy of the Wizard , another early example of a non-linear open-world action RPG.  The fifth Dragon Slayer title, Sorcerian , was also released that year. It was a party-based action RPG, with the player controlling a party of four characters at the same time in a side-scrolling view. The game also featured character creation, highly customizable characters, class-based puzzles, and a new scenario system, allowing players to choose from 15 scenarios, or quests , to play through in the order of their choice. It was also an episodic video game , with expansion disks later released offering more scenarios.   Falcom also released the first installment of its Ys series in 1987. While not very popular in the West, the long-running Ys series has performed strongly in the Japanese market, with many sequels, remakes and ports in the decades that followed its release. Besides Falcom's own Dragon Slayer series, Ys was also influenced by Hydlide , from which it borrowed certain mechanics such as health-regeneration when standing still, a mechanic that has become common in video games today.   Ys was also a precursor to RPGs that emphasize storytelling,  and is known for its "bump attack" system, where the protagonist automatically attacks when running into enemies off-center, making level-grinding more swift and enjoyable.   The game also had what is considered to be one of the best and most influential video game music soundtracks of all time, composed by Yuzo Koshiro and Mieko Ishikawa.    In terms of the number of game releases, Ys is second only to Final Fantasy as the largest Eastern role-playing game franchise. 
I do not interact with any robots in my life, I never have. But I would love too. That would be amazing. I think robots will be more of a benefit but there will still be downsides. Parents don’t have to stress that much anymore, life will be a lot less complicated, people would be happier, things would be token care of easily, kids will be taught and fed. But what about the parents duties? aren’t they the ones that brought their kids to life? They should also make an effort but let the robot do its job when you cant. When you can take the full initiative to do everything as much as you can.