Do you remember being dizzy in a moving school bus arguing with some fat kid about which console had more "bits" than the other? It was a staple ever-present debate of the 80's and early 90's, and the winner would be the fanboy who could also throw around a few words about "sprite counts" and "clock speed". Nostalgia perhaps prompted InsertCredit to ask a Sony PR rep about the PlayStation 3's "bits" to find out how that now-irrelevant unit of measurement stacks up to those legacy systems:
Trivia: Did you know that the Intellivision was actually 16 bit?
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