Looks like getting achievement points on the Xbox 360 is now a task relegated to an “auto-play machine” as evident by an individual’s invention. For those in the dark, achievement points are a way for gamers to challenge themselves and pick up points on Xbox Live, the Xbox 360′s online gaming service. You can obtain points by defeating a certain number of enemies or even completing a stage within a stipulated time. Perfect Dark Zero is one game that requires gamers to unlock achievements by playing 2,000 offline matches, so Davis Harr decided not to waste 40 hours of merely pushing two buttons and investing in $60 and 10 hours of work. Now we truly have an Xbot that is not of the fanboy variety.
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