Disability Game Review: Total War: Rome II

Sega and Creative Assembly set out to make the latest installment of the Total War series the pinnacle of strategy games. While critics of the game’s quality are both praising it for its graphical polish and decrying it for its complexity, from an accessibility standpoint Total War: Rome II walks

Disability Game Review: Splinter Cell: Blacklist

August has been a month of blockbuster titles, and Splinter Cell: Blacklist is no exception. It is receiving high marks from all major press outlets for its polished gameplay that flexes to almost any player’s style and a story that keeps gamers engaged right from the first cutscene. You might

Disability Game Review: Company of Heroes 2

Company of Heroes is one of the landmark franchises in the RTS genre. The latest installment, Company of Heroes 2 offers some interesting new features, but not much in the way of story driven gameplay or compelling multiplayer. From the standpoint of accessibility, the game struggles in certain areas while

Disability Game Review: Injustice: Gods among Us

NetherRealm Studios is no stranger to the arcade style fighter. They are the driving force behind the classic Mortal Kombat series, and that game’s DNA is all over this brawler that takes place in the DC Comic universe. Because of this game’s pedigree, there was some skepticism as to whether or

Disability Game Review: Bioshock Infinite

Bioshock Infinite was one of the most anticipated games of 2013. The hype was apparently worth it, as the game is getting accolades across the industry for its engaging story and top-notch gameplay. Thankfully, Bioshock Infinite is not only an incredible game, but also a game that almost anyone will

Disability Game Review: Tomb Raider

Tomb Raider was expected to be one of the best games of the year, and to the broader gaming public the game has succeeded in revitalizing one of the seminal franchises in gaming. The story is compelling, the gameplay is tight and polished, and the game features an incredibly diverse

Disability Game Review: Crysis 3

Crysis is one of the most innovative franchises in the first person shooter genre. The ability to turn oneself into an all-powerful predator has drawn hardcore shooter fans and casual players alike. Crysis 3 carries on this tradition with stunning graphics and the kind of open world gameplay that will

Disability Game Review: Far Cry 3

  Our final review for the year is one that some DAGERS readers have no doubt been waiting for. Ubisoft’s third installment in the Far Cry series is a genuinely fun game. I was somewhat skeptical when I heard other critics compare it to Skyrim (with the addition of automatic

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@khalfan_bd Our full Nintendo Switch review, including Breath of the Wild will be up before E3!
Here's our review of Injuste 2. Kudos to @NetherRealm for making a arcade fighter that anyone can play!
Here's hoping!
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