Have you visited Xbox’s interactive virtual museum?

Just last week, as Microsoft began the Xbox’s 20th-anniversary celebrations, the Halo Infinite multiplayer beta became available to the public earlier than expected. Since then, if you’ve been anywhere near social media you’ll notice that the launch has been met with almost universal praise. And now, in case you’re feeling a little nostalgic and want to take a trip down the Xbox memory lane (including checking out some personal milestones) be sure to check out Xbox’s Virtual Museum here.

You take control of an android-looking being and travel around a neon-green Tron-like world and stop by a few of the significant landmarks in Xbox’s storied history. Take note, for example, at how many times The Rock refers to himself in the third person when he joined Bill Gates on stage to introduce the world to the original Xbox. Or, alternatively, jump to the timeline at the bottom of the screen to explore how Halo’s own history echoes the Microsoft console’s own development. It’s altogether a pretty cool online experience and worth trying out, particularly if your Xbox Profile has run a few generations.

Nintendo Nerd, sharing my love of Mario with the world one pixel at a time.

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