Only a 6" display. I know... It's how you use it. But 6" is pretty disappointing. 7.5-8" would be ideal.
I am holding off on buying one of these devices for the time being, letting them mature some more.
Those machines are supposed to be handheld PCs. Increase the size of the screen and you're going against the main purpose of those things.
Me still waiting for a Battlefront sequel:
Any day it's gonna happen guys, anytime soon...
They already did it, it's just that you don't like what you got.
Also, excuse me while I facepalm at humanity for a second:
You may find it dumb, but the Geneva convention is (mostly) right. The importance and significance of the Red Cross (or Red Crescent) can't be overlooked and, when it comes to videogames, it's trivialized in most cases.
The Red Cross means safety, a place where you won't be attacked while receiving medical treatment. Not a stopgap between battles to get patched. That's why there is a problem with how medkits are used in videogames, where they're used during fights while still being shot at or in a room with lots of ammo because there's a big fight behind the next door or corridor.
With that said, I see no problem with videogames using the red cross as long as they are implemented the right way, in rooms or map sections with no enemies around so thatt he safety part of its meaning can be shown.
Also, the nurses in Silent Hill didn't need the red cross to be recognized as such.
Please excuse my bad English.
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