Megaman Advanced PET

Personal electronic communication interface terminal comes with three play game chips

Megaman Advanced PETPersonal electronic terminal based on the popular anime video game and the new Megaman NT Warrior cartoon series about the year 200X, the Network Age where each person carries a portable communications interface device called a PET or personal terminal, that contains an artificial intelligence program, or NetNavi, designed to navigate the worldwide information network for their respective human, or Net Operator. Be a Megaman player with your own PET. Connect with another player and load game chips into your PET to aid your NetNavi as he challenges others.

The "MegaMan NT Warrior" cartoon series, known as "Rockman.EXE" in Japan, is a captivating blend of action, adventure, and technology that has garnered a dedicated fanbase since its debut. Based on the Mega Man Battle Network video game series by Capcom, the show explores a futuristic world where the Internet has become integrated into every aspect of daily life. In this setting, NetNavis—virtual avatars—navigate the Cyber World on behalf of their human operators. The series follows the adventures of Lan Hikari and his NetNavi, MegaMan, as they battle various cyber-threats and villains to protect both the digital and real worlds.

The show appeals to audiences for its intricate plots, memorable characters, and the intriguing concept of a digital alter-ego that can be customized with different "Battle Chips" for various abilities. It taps into the allure of connectivity and the Internet, while also touching upon themes of friendship, responsibility, and the ethical use of technology. The action-packed battles keep viewers on the edge of their seats, but it's the underlying themes and character development that give the series depth and staying power. Whether you're a fan of the video games or new to the MegaMan universe, "MegaMan NT Warrior" offers an engaging take on the possibilities—and dangers—of a fully connected world.