Disability Game Reviews

Disability Game Review: Mario Tennis Aces

 Visual Barrier Free  Fine-Motor Partially Accessible  Auditory Barrier Free Thoroughly Accessible Faithful DAGERS readers will know, that for the past year, there has been a significant hole in our coverage. This is because when the Nintendo Switch first launched,...

Disability Game Review: Red Dead Redemption II

 Visual Thoroughly Accessible  Fine-Motor Partially Accessible  Auditory Barrier Free Thoroughly Accessible               Red Dead Redemption II is a game that, for many including myself is a prime example of a Game of the Year contender. It is Rockstar...

GIC 2018 Rundown

GIC 2018 Rundown   So I had an amazing experience going to Poland and getting to speak at the GIC conference! GIC is one of the largest videogame expos in Europe. There were over 400 game Studios in attendance, not just from Poland, but from all over the...

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Disability Game Review: Mario Tennis Aces

 Visual Barrier Free  Fine-Motor Partially Accessible  Auditory Barrier Free Thoroughly Accessible Faithful DAGERS readers will know, that for the past year, there has been a significant hole in our coverage. This is because when the Nintendo Switch first launched,...

Disability Game Review: Red Dead Redemption II

 Visual Thoroughly Accessible  Fine-Motor Partially Accessible  Auditory Barrier Free Thoroughly Accessible               Red Dead Redemption II is a game that, for many including myself is a prime example of a Game of the Year contender. It is Rockstar...

GIC 2018 Rundown

GIC 2018 Rundown   So I had an amazing experience going to Poland and getting to speak at the GIC conference! GIC is one of the largest videogame expos in Europe. There were over 400 game Studios in attendance, not just from Poland, but from all over the...

Introducing DAGERS new news editor Carlos Moscoso

My life as a gamer is a difficult thing for me to describe. This is due in large part to the fact that I not only view games as a form of entertainment but also as a form of artistic expression. I was born with Cerebral Palsy, and as such have limited fine-motor...

Accessibility Preview: Shadow of The Tomb Raider

Shadow of The Tomb Raider is coming out next month, and I’ve been eagerly awaiting its release! I love the new rebooted series of Tomb Raider and with this latest game I expected more of Lara Croft, surviving in the jungle, and lots of exploring. What I...

Come join the DAGERS team

As they editor-in-chief at DAGERS, I am continually amazed by the impact and opportunities this site has given me since its inception in fall of 2012. I'm profoundly blessed to be able to do what I love and help my own community at the same time. As many of you may...

Disability Game Review: God of War

 Visual Barrier-Free  Fine-Motor Thoroughly Accessible  Auditory Barrier-Free Thoroughly Accessible Anger and rage aren’t the only tools for survival. Kratos must journey with his son Atreus to the highest peaks of the nine realms, in order to spread the...

Indie Spotlight – Fragments of Him

 Visual Partially Accessible  Fine-Motor Barrier-Free  Auditory Barrier-Free Thoroughly Accessible Do you ever truly know someone? Fragments of Him is a narrative based game, centering on the life-and-death of a bisexual man named Will. Fragments of Him...

Accessibility Preview: Shots Fired

 Visual Thoroughly Accessible  Fine-Motor Partially Accessible  Auditory Barrier Free Partially Accessible So I am a big fan of the John Wick movies. They’re fun, loud, and full of stylized action. However, the movies are very over-the-top and they tend to...