The startup screen for the PlayStation 2 console is one of the most iconic out there, but as one person has rediscovered, it also has a great Easter egg that showed just how much time you’d put into your games.
As spotted by Twitter user Anthony, each block in the startup screen was representative of how much save game data you had, with each save eventually helping to build a tower during the course of your time with the PS2. In case you’re wondering what a memory card is, these archaic pieces of plastic were used to store save-game files and were inserted into the PS2.
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