Disability Game Review: Halo 4

Halo 4 marks the reinvention of one of the most beloved franchises on the XBox 360 platform. The game has been receiving glowing reviews from every corner of the game journalism world, and this praise is rightly earned, because from a gameplay standpoint Halo 4 is excellent. But unfortunately, excellence in

Disability Game Review: Assassin’s Creed III

Ubisoft has done it again. Not only have they released a worthy successor in the Assassin’s Creed franchise, but Assassin’s Creed III also should be on the must play list of every disabled gamer. In addition to posing only small barriers to accessibility, this title features one of the most

Disability Game Review: Medal of Honor: Warfighter

Medal of Honor: Warfighter was perhaps one of the most anticipated games of the fall. The prestigious Medal of Honor name coupled with second generation Frostbite graphics teased everyone from hardcore gamers with an itchy trigger finger to casual gamers who just enjoy the FPS genre.   In the interest

Disability Game Review: Dishonored

Dishonored is the latest game from Arkane Studios, and I had a blast playing it. However, I finished my play through with a profound feeling of disappointment—not because it was a bad game, but simply because it fell just shy of being completely accessible for all players with physical disabilities.

Disability Game Review: Borderlands 2

Borderlands 2 offers players the opportunity to carve their way through the chaos of Pandora with an unending supply of weapons, special abilities, and unique tactics. Combine that with a story that is actually engaging, and you have a genuinely good game. But the surprising thing is that Borderlands 2

Disability Game Review: Tekken Tag Tournament 2

In general, the arcade style fighter is a sub-genre plagued by inaccessibility. However, the newest blockbuster fighting game, Tekken Tag Tournament 2, could have been the first fighting game on the market to be thoroughly accessible to all players with disabilities. However, because of one glaring flaw, some disabled gamers

Disability Game Review: Darksiders II

This action adventure game is the latest installment in THQ’s fantasy series. In addition to being incredibly fun, it also should be accessible to a large portion of disabled gamers.   Darksiders II features simplistic game controls and relies on button mashing and magical items to dish out punishment. There is no need to

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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!
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