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King then presented Kojima with the console, which looks like a bar of chocolate and has the Wonka logo on it.
Kojima also stated on X (formerly Twitter) that Paddington 2 is one of his “all-time top 100 favourite movies”, and that during the visit King signed the suitcase belonging to Kojima’s large Paddington statue.
Kojima’s posts follow a series of Instagram photos posted by Timothée Chalamet, showing the actor visiting Kojima Productions, posing next to its large Ludens statue and having a conversation with Kojima.
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The Wonka Xbox Series X one of a number of official custom consoles that Xbox has been giving away in recent months.
This past summer, it also launched a competition where players could try to win a Barbie themed Xbox Series S, designed to tie in with the movie of the same name.
Although players haven’t been able to buy any of these consoles, they may soon be able to create their own custom designs.
An internal document leaked in September suggests that Microsoft plans to add Xbox Series X consoles to the Xbox Design Lab in the future, allowing them to customise the appearance of their console.