PlayStation fans are blown away after rediscovering the PS2 launcher feature

PlayStation fans were stunned after a Twitter user pointed out a hidden feature of the classic PS2 home screen. The feature in question may already be familiar to many players, but for many it absolutely blew their minds.

Sony’s PlayStation 2 is now 22 years old, but after selling over 155 million units it still remains one of the company’s most popular consoles, and with good reason. With titles like Kingdom Hearts, Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, Ratchet & Clankand many more classics, it was a great generation to be a gamer.

Even if you’ve put hundreds of hours into various PS2 titles, there might be a hidden feature you’ve missed.

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PlayStation fans are rediscovering PS2 launch functionality

Twitter user Anthony garnered a whopping 71,000 likes after rediscovering a hidden feature on the PS2 home screen.

In her viral tweet, Anthony said: “I just found out that these blocks or ‘towers’ on the PS2 home screen represent how many saved games are on your memory card and the height of each one depends on how much time you invest in that particular one Game”.

There are probably many players out there who were already aware of this feature, but with so many likes and almost 10,000 retweets, Anthony is clearly not the only one who just spotted this!

A fan said “Is that really true? Because holy shit this is amazing,” while another called, “They really don’t make them like they used to!”. Twitter user Argosaxelcaos however, summed it up perfectly by simply saying “amazing”.

Let us know in the comments below. Did you know about this awesome PS2 feature? Or are you just learning about it for the first time?

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