Talk:8 Bit Weapon
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This article needs some serious work. It appears to have been taken wholesale from an 8BW site, which I suspect it was. I'll probably dive in and remove all of the uncited material when I've got some free time. Wyatt Riot 20:42, 24 August 2006 (UTC)
- Edited. It's short, but it conforms to Wikipedia policy. I've also left a message for User:Naughtyboy, the user who added most of the uncited material and who I believe is actually Seth Sternberger. Wyatt Riot 11:33, 25 August 2006 (UTC)
Amiga 8 bit ?
The introduction is wrong - Amiga 500 is not an 8 bit computer.
YES- the sound output is still only 8 bit.