Link and 2 friends fight to save Hytopia’s Princess Styla.
Legacy of the Void is the final chapter in the Starcraft 2 story line and players take on the role of the Protoss as they fight to liberate their home world of Aier.
Journey back to a galaxy far far away in the reboot of Star Wars Battlefront but if you’re disabled is the trip accessible? Read our review to find that.
Snake is back in this new Kojima tactical stealth game. Read our review to see if players with physical disabilities can enjoy it.
Master Chief has gone rogue in this latest 343 blockbuster but how accessible is it?
Assassin’s Creed is headed to London but is it accessible. Check out our review here.
Batman Arkham Knight is the latest game from Rock Steady that promises to bring the quintessential superhero experience to new gen hardware. The game takes full advantage of the new technology, with beautifully realized graphics and a massively sprawling world that dwarfs any of the previous installments of the Batman games. However, from the standpoint of accessibility, certain gamers will be completely excluded from the experience.
There was not much to cover from the Square Enix press conference. Not because it was sparse on content, but because the content that they showed did not communicate any vital information about accessibility. The three games that are possible to analyze, however all seemed to offer very flexible experiences that will probably be accessible to a large portion of disabled gamers.
Sony wrapped up yesterday’s press conferences with an hour and a half long expo of the upcoming games for the PS4. A good majority of this year’s press conference seemed devoted to the idea of giving fans exactly what they want. Sony went on to demonstrate the technical prowess of their games, but from the standpoint of accessibility, is there anything that disabled gamers with Sony hardware can look forward to it?