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NASA's New Mars Rover Has Some Fun Easter Eggs

One of the few non-shitty things to happen in the recently-deceased (see you in hell) year 2020 was that the next generation of Mars rover, Perseverance, was launched, and is currently on its way to the Red Planet, where it will land on February 18. If my local CVS feels comfortable putting up Valentine’s Day crap…Read more...
Tags: Science, Nasa, Mars, Easter Eggs, Cvs, Red Planet, Perseverance, Spacelopnik


The best video game Easter eggs of 2020

Easter eggs are the little cherry on top of the gaming experience you'd miss if it weren't there, which is why we've rounded up the best ones we found in 2020.
Tags: Gaming, Trends, Playstation, Xbox, Nintendo, Easter Eggs, Video game Easter eggs


Last NieR: Automata Secret Discovered by Extremely Dedicated Player

A very dedicated player has discovered the last long-standing secret of Platinum Games’ NieR: Automata, years after it was teased by director Yoko Taro. The player in question, going by Lance McDonald on Twitter, revealed the last “secret” of NieR: Automata is a cheat code that’s hard-coded into the game allowing players to skip directly […]
Tags: Games, Anime, Announcements, Easter Eggs, NieR, Yoko Taro, Lance Mcdonald


Did You Spot This Blink-and-You’ll-Miss-It ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ Easter Egg?

Wonder Woman 1984 is now available on HBO Max, and the film has reportedly broken records for the streaming service since its release on Christmas Day. Whether you liked the movie or not, it certainly took some big swings, and I suspect we’ll be debating about how many of those swings actually connected for some time – especially since we’re all starved for big-budget blockbusters in this pandemic era. But as that debate rages on, let’s take a second to look at one of the movie’s small touches ...
Tags: Movies, Sequels, Diana, Easter Eggs, Warner Brothers, Kristen Wiig, Steve, Chris Pine, Barbara, Etta, Comic Book/Superhero, Action/Adventure, Steve Trevor, Lucy Davis, Diana Prince Gal Gadot, Etta Candy


151 Easter eggs and cool connections in season 2 of The Mandalorian

In this over 30 minute installment of Star Wars Explained, host Alex runs through a dizzying array of Easter eggs, fan service, and explanations of how characters and scenes from season 2 of The Mandalorian relate to season 1, the Star Wars movies, the animated series, comic books, and novels. — Read the rest
Tags: Star Wars, Post, Science Fiction, Video, News, Easter Eggs, Alex, The Mandalorian


Best Cyberpunk 2077 Easter eggs, and where to find them

The variety of Easter eggs found so far in Cyberpunk 2077 is bound to surprise you. Check out some of the best ones and how you can get a look at them yourself.
Tags: Gaming, Sci-fi, Trends, Easter Eggs, CD Projekt Red, Cyberpunk 2077, Open World Game


Modder Uncensors Blair Dame Costume for Street Fighter V: Champion Edition

Fighting game enthusiasts who actually value feminine beauty will likely want to know that a modder has removed the censorship applied to the easter egg form of Cammy’s Blair Dame costume in Street Fighter V: Champion Edition. The modder removed the stocking-esque addition applied to the legs of the costume and the mod comes in […]
Tags: Games, Censorship, Anime, Street Fighter, Retro, Easter Eggs, Comparison, Pc Gaming, Mods, Cammy, Fighting Games, Image Gallery


The Biggest ‘Run’ Easter Eggs and Cameos, and an Update on ‘Searching 2’

The filmmakers behind the new suspense thriller Run are no strangers to easter eggs. After all, they threaded an entire alien invasion story through the background of their previous film, Searching. Now co-writer/director Aneesh Chaganty and producer Natalie Qasabian are back with a new suspense thriller starring Kiera Allen and Sarah Paulson as a mother and daughter who have an increasingly fraught relationship as some shocking secrets are revealed. I spoke with them about their new movie here...
Tags: Movies, Interviews, Features, Brooklyn, Thriller, John, Hulu, Run, Easter Eggs, Sarah Paulson, John Cho, Allen, Diane, Natalie, Chloe, Kathy Bates


Street Fighter 5: Champion Edition Censors Blair Dame Easter Egg Costume

Keeping on top of being politically correct and inoffensive for the sake of the “Esports scene”, Capcom’s Street Fighter 5: Champion Edition has altered the classic design of beloved character Blair Dame, which was recently introduced into the game as an Easter Egg costume for Cammy. Blair Dame is from Arika’s Fighting EX Layer but […]
Tags: Games, Censorship, Anime, Street Fighter, Retro, Easter Eggs, Comparison, Capcom, Fighting Games, Arika, Cammy Blair Dame


Doom Eternal DLC’s Korone “Doog” Easter Egg Removed

For no reason whatsoever, id Software has removed the hidden easter egg dedicated to Hololive virtual YouTuber Inugami Korone in the Doom Eternal: The Ancient Gods Part One DLC, certain to inspire theories as to why the developer would remove such a harmless reference. The recent 3.1 update patch notes mentions that the easter egg […]
Tags: Games, FPS, Anime, Doom, Easter Eggs, Bethesda, Dlc, Virtual YouTubers, Hololive


Hololive Virtual YouTuber Inugami Korone Reference Featured in Doom Eternal DLC

One of Hololive‘s most popular Virtual YouTubers, doggirl Inugami Korone, has been referenced by way of a special easter egg in the recently released DLC for Doom Eternal called “The Ancient Gods – Part One”. Korone’s Doom 64 and subsequent Doom 2016 livestreams were highly lauded by her diehard fans, resulting in said fans producing […]
Tags: Games, FPS, Anime, Doom, Easter Eggs, Bethesda, Dlc, Virtual YouTubers, Hololive, Inugami Korone


You Probably Never Found This Wholesome Windows 95 Easter Egg

The news cycle is bleak. Easter eggs are fun. And maybe it’s the nostalgia speaking (and the recent anniversary), but Windows 95 still reigns supreme in my memory as the best operating system of all time. It’s for these three very scientific reasons that the reveal of a long-hidden Windows 95 easter egg temporarily…Read more...
Tags: Science, Windows, Windows 95, Easter Eggs, I Miss Midi Music


Let's Talk About That Star Trek: Lower Decks Ending

Star Trek: Lower Decks isn’t the sort of show for big, shocking reveals. But ever since I saw this week’s episode “Temporal Edict,” I have been unable to stop thing about the delightful thing that happens at the end.Read more...
Tags: Science, Star Trek, Animation, Streaming, Cbs, Easter Eggs, Cbs All Access, Colm Meaney, Star Trek Deep Space Nine, Goofballery, TV Bite, Star Trek The Next Generation, Star Trek Lower Decks, Miles Obrien


Secret message on Michelle Obama's necklace during DNC speech

Former First Lady Michelle Obama's necklace during her Democratic National Convention speech reads: V-O-T-E If you look closely, Michelle Obama's necklace reads V-O-T-E pic.twitter.com/5V5LfujLnW — philip lewis (@Phil_Lewis_) August 18, 2020 Michelle Obama on Trump: 'Clearly in over his head'
Tags: Post, Politics, News, Dnc, Vote, US news, Michelle Obama, Easter Eggs, Trump


The best gaming Easter eggs of all time

This list covers the best video game Easter eggs ever, from a shirtless Spider-Man to the heart of GTA IV.
Tags: Gaming, Video Games, Trends, Easter Eggs, Hidden Features, Comic Video Games


Final Fantasy VII Remake Easter Egg Connects With Final Fantasy X-2

An easter egg in the Final Fantasy VII Remake has connected the game to Final Fantasy X-2 (an RPG said to take place in the same world as VII), as a photo of Shinra founders had one certain know-it-all character present in an older form. In Final Fantasy X-2, there is a character suspiciously named […]
Tags: Games, Anime, Ps4, Easter Eggs, RPG, Remakes, Square Enix, Final Fantasy Vii, Shinra


Tesco and Aldi slash prices on Easter Eggs as supermarket sales begin - Irish Mirror

Tesco and Aldi slash prices on Easter Eggs as supermarket sales begin   Irish Mirro
Tags: Shopping, Tesco, Aldi, Easter Eggs, Irish Mirror


How families are making Easter special for the kids this year: 7 ideas from our readers

No matter how you celebrate Easter with your kids, things are going to be different this year during quarantine. There will be no town-wide Easter egg hunts or photos with the Easter Bunny at the mall. Church services, if you attend, will be virtual, and big family gatherings with grandparents and loads of cousins will […]
Tags: Kids, Diy, Shopping, Easter Eggs, Easter, Printables, Easter Bunny, Crafts For Kids, Cooking With Kids, Holiday Printables, Kids' Activities, Baking With Kids, Coronavirus


‘Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker’ Features a Tribute to Jim Henson’s ‘Labyrinth’

Though The Muppets creator Jim Henson never officially worked on a Star Wars movie, he did work with George Lucas on the 1986 fantasy film Labyrinth. And it turns out that Neal Scanlan, the creature and special make-up effects creative supervisor for the five most recent Star Wars films, also worked on Labyrinth in the early days of his career as an effects artist. With that cinematic connection in mind, Scanlan reveals that he and his team embedded a Labyrinth tribute in last year’s Star Wars:...
Tags: Movies, Yahoo, Sci-fi, Muppets, Sequels, Lucasfilm, Easter Eggs, George Lucas, Labyrinth, Jim, Skywalker, Neal Scanlan, Jim-Henson, Henson, Ludo, Star-Wars


That Westworld Reveal Was More Than Just a Game of Thrones Cameo

The second episode of Westworld may have focused on Maeve’s experiences inside Warworld, but Bernard was letting us in on an even bigger secret at Delos’ parks. Much like how the series surprise-dropped the Raj in season two, we’ve learned the identity of Park 4—and it plays a much bigger role in the franchise than…Read more...
Tags: Books, Video, Hbo, Science, Game Of Thrones, Westworld, Medieval, Easter Eggs, Nostalgia, George Rr Martin, Michael Crichton, Delos, Bernard, Dragons, Raj, David Benioff


Google Tucked Away a Hidden Drum Machine in Wear OS

Google loves its Easter eggs, and apparently one has been hiding right under our noses in Wear OS for quite some time.Read more...
Tags: Google, Science, Smartwatches, Easter Eggs, Wear OS, Take That Neal Peart


The best Google Home tips, tricks, and Easter eggs for 2020

What can you do with Google Home? Here are tips to help you make the most of your smart speaker or display.
Tags: Google, Home, Trends, Other, Tips, Tricks, Smart Home, Easter Eggs, Google Assistant, Google Home, Tier 4


17 Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance Easter Eggs and Tips for Riding

Did you see Finn? How about the TIE Fighter that messes everything up? Which path did you take?Read more...
Tags: Star Wars, Science, Disney, Theme Parks, Disneyland, Lucasfilm, Walt Disney World, Easter Eggs, Star Wars Galaxys Edge, Rise of the Resistance


Microsoft's "Hall of Tortured Souls"

Vaporgoth composers take note for your next music video: the developers behind Microsoft Excel 95 left a marvelous easter egg hidden in the spreadsheet hell. Welcome to the "Hall of Tortured Souls." More background at the wonderful Easter Egg Archive.
Tags: Video, News, Microsoft, Easter Eggs, 1990s, Microsoft Excel 95


‘Brightburn’ Seems to Share a Universe with One of James Gunn’s Superheroes

This weekend sees the release of Brightburn (and it’s pretty good!), the story of a couple (Elizabeth Banks and David Denman ) who raises a baby boy after he mysteriously crash lands from the sky in their backyard. As the child grows up, he starts exhibiting incredible strength and other unbelievable abilities. However, this isn’t a Superman origin story that creates a hero to save the world. This is a twisted take on the superhero mythos where the kid heads down a dark path and chooses to use...
Tags: Movies, Horror, James Gunn, Easter Eggs, Comic Book/Superhero, Super, Screen Gems, Featured Stories Sidebar, Brian Gunn, Mark Gunn, David Yarovesky, Brightburn


New Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge Photos Reveal Easter Eggs Hidden Throughout Batuu

Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge opens on May 31, and soon we’ll be able to see everything that Disneyland has been working on to bring guests into a galaxy far, far away. But before then, some new photos from inside the park have been revealed, and they show off how detailed the park expansion is, including a bunch of cool Easter eggs for Star Wars fans. See some of the Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge Easter eggs below. The official D23 website revealed these photos offering a closer look at the meticulous ...
Tags: Movies, Sci-fi, Sequels, Theme Parks, Disneyland, Lucasfilm, Easter Eggs, Leia, Tugg, Star-Wars, Disney/Pixar, Peter Sciretta, Hera Syndulla, Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge, Batuu, Dok Ondar


The MCU Referenced Earth-616 Way Before ‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’

The Marvel Cinematic Universe just got shaken up by the latest trailer for Spider-Man: Far From Home, which dropped the major reveal that the MCU is just one of many alternate realities. This concept is not new to readers of Marvel Comics, who have become familiar with the concept of other Earths — mostly since Marvel uses it as leeway to create as many “alternate” titles as possible. But the Marvel multiverse is entirely new to the MCU, which until now, had operated under the assumption that t...
Tags: Movies, Marvel, Earth, Tilda Swinton, Marvel Comics, Easter Eggs, Marvel Studios, Parker, Tom Holland, Peter Parker, MCU, Nick Fury, Tesseract, Comic Book/Superhero, Selvig, Jon Watts Spider Man


How ‘Avengers: Endgame’ Makes Good on an Unexpected Crossover Fans Have Wanted for Years

For years, Marvel Studios and Marvel TV have been touting the phrase “It’s All Connected,” but rarely have they lived up to that promise. Apart from a few references to “the event” in the Netflix shows like Jessica Jones or Daredevil, or cameo appearances from B-characters in Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., the Marvel Cinematic Universe and the TV universe have remained largely separate. And as the years have gone by, they’ve branched further and further apart until it seemed impossible for the charact...
Tags: Television, Movies, Abc, Agent Carter, America, Features, Netflix, Easter Eggs, Marvel Studios, Paul Bettany, Steve, Jarvis, Jessica Jones, Carter, Howard, Atwell


The Marvel Studios Intro is VERY Different in ‘Avengers: Endgame’ And You Might’ve Missed It

The flipping comic book pages that morph into the Marvel logo has become one of the most recognizable images in pop culture today. But since the Marvel Studios logo was introduced — first showing up in its modern form in 2002’s Spider-Man before the studio was even established — it has slowly evolved. Ten years of one logo can get a little tiresome, after all, and with Marvel becoming a bigger behemoth with each record-breaking film, you’ve got to have an awesome logo to match. But the Marvel S...
Tags: Movies, Lionsgate, America, Iron Man, Sequels, Sony, Thor, Avengers, Easter Eggs, Marvel Studios, Sam Raimi, Comic Book/Superhero, Avengers: Endgame, Endgame Marvel Studios, Studios in Marvel Studios, Marvel Studios Intro


Stan Lee’s Final Cameo in ‘Avengers: Endgame’ Explained by the Russo Brothers

Avengers: Endgame brings about the end of an era for the Marvel Cinematic Universe that started with Iron Man in 2008. But Stan Lee‘s passing in 2018 brought the end of an era that began all the way back in 1961. But fittingly, both eras are wrapped up in one final cameo from the comic book titan in Avengers: Endgame. The 22nd film in the MCU was the site of Stan Lee’s final cameo, directors Anthony and Joe Russo confirmed, putting to bed rumors that he had shot footage for this summer’s upcomi...
Tags: Movies, Sequels, Stan-Lee, Avengers, Easter Eggs, Marvel Studios, Russo brothers, Anthony, Joe, Lee, Nuff, Stan, Steppenwolf, Russo, Joe Russo, MCU