There are too many theories in the first bullet point, I think it either needs to be spaced out into several indented points or we need to decide on one theory and stick to it.
I still say that the reference is to the increasing bit power of consoles (64 for the N64, 128 for the gamecube and 256 for the wii, which was still relatively new at the time of the games release) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bit --Itxi 16:58, 15 April 2010 (EDT)
- I think the first trivia point makes the most sense, explaining why everyone's power stays the same. Your trivia point is also reasonable, but the USB point seemed far-fetched (I removed it). I'm not sure about the color point (if it's reasonable trivia or if it's even true), so I added the reference needed tag to it. Culex 18:54, 15 April 2010 (EDT)
- I personally don't see how the first one makes the most sense (since it's not that everyone's power returns to one, rather everyone's defence also increases 256-fold) but might as well leave them both in, nice one tidying it up. I'm not too sure about the colour one either, probably best to delete it if no reference is provided soon. --Itxi 08:13, 27 April 2010 (EDT)
It could be since there are 256 Catch Cards?