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An Easter egg discovered on a console 20 years after its release

The first Xbox of the name has not yet revealed all its secrets. According to our colleagues at the Kotaku site, a new Easter egg has been discovered, more than 20 years after the console was launched in 2001.

Credit: Microsoft

More than 20 years after its launch in 2001, who would have thought that the Xbox still has some secrets? This is exactly what our colleagues from the Kottaku site tell us. In fact, one of the developers of Microsoft’s first console menu contacted Kodak’s editorial staff and gave them some clues. Keep this Easter egg a secret all these years.

In defending all players, it must be said that the manipulation is particularly complex and convoluted, and Coincidentally that you are unlikely to get your hands on this Easter egg. After finding the owner of an Xbox, he lent his machine for testing, so Kotaku journalists followed the developer to the letter:

  • First, you need to go to the Music tab and then insert the audio CD
  • Copy the CD to the new album from the menu
  • Change the name of the album to Thimmiyyyyyyyy! (Write there 26 times in total), probably a tribute to the famous South Park character

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Easter Egg Xbox
Credit: Kottaku

Easter eggs, a common practice since the 1980s

When done, go to the Xbox main menu and then to the Settings and System tab. This is where the Easter egg wrapper comes in, Created by the name of the four developers behind the console menu. A way for them to sign their work. “It’s been 20 years and I thought it would be cool to let people know about this secret. It’s been a long time since I remembered the trick to accessing it! I had to restart my Xbox and do many tests to be sure about myself ”, States the anonymous source of Kotaku.

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For memory, The first Easter egg in history was in the Atari Adventure game, Created by Warren Robinet in 1980. Although the publisher refuses to lend to Warren Robinet, So the developer kept his name hidden in a secret room, Can be accessed via hidden pixel. The youngster can also find a wonderful post for this Easter egg in the best picture Ready Player One Presented by Steven Spielberg. As a reminder, The Windows 95 Easter Egg was recently discovered 25 years after the OS release.

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