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Accessibility Game Review – Battlefield 2042

Accessibility Game Review – Battlefield 2042

First-person shooters, as a genre, find themselves in a tough situation when it comes to accessibility. The very nature of the genre requires somewhat fast reflexes for multiplayer while also being able to use every button and stick on a controller at a moment's...

Accessibility Game Review – Far Cry 6

Accessibility Game Review – Far Cry 6

Far Cry 6 is the most recent iteration of Ubisoft’s long-running open-world first-person shooter franchise. As fans know, this series has been characterized by its bombastic and exotic fictional open worlds that find their inspirations in real-world locations. Far Cry...

Accessibility Game Review – Mario Party Superstars

Accessibility Game Review – Mario Party Superstars

Mario Party is a perennial franchise that has been ending friendships and causing fun family game nights for almost 23 years. The latest version, Mario Party Superstars, is being hailed as a return to form for the best parts of the franchise. Mario Party Superstars is...

Accessibility Update – Diablo II: Resurrected

Accessibility Update – Diablo II: Resurrected

Diablo II: Resurrected is a full from-the-ground-up remake of Blizzard’s genre-defining action RPG. Available for the first time ever on console, I’m happy to report that what many gamers still perceive as Blizzard Entertainment’s magnum opus holds up surprisingly...

Baldur’s Gate 3 Patch Adds Accessibility Options

Baldur’s Gate 3 Patch Adds Accessibility Options

Click here to read moreBaldur's Gate 3 it's still in early access, but Patch 6 is a massive new update with tons of content introducing an entirely new region on the map, new classes, quests, and more accessibility options! This patch brings a massive graphical...

Indie Spotlight – Flynn: Son of Crimson

Indie Spotlight – Flynn: Son of Crimson

Flynn: Son of Crimson is an exciting action platformer and one of the best looking and playing entries in quite a while. With a lush 32-bit pixel art style, it features a richly-detailed world that stands out from many Metroidvanias on the market. Flynn is more of a...

Indie Spotlight – Twelve Minutes

Indie Spotlight – Twelve Minutes

Twelve Minutes is a narrative-driven point-and-click adventure developed by industry veteran Luis Antonio, who was an artist for both Rockstar Games and Ubisoft before leaving to work briefly on The Witness in 2012. Twelve Minutes marks this talented artist’s first...

Accessibility Game Review – Metal Commando

Accessibility Game Review – Metal Commando

 Visual Thoroughly Accessible Fine-Motor Partially Accessible Auditory Thoroughly AccessiblePartially AccessibleRun-and-gun games have become a bit more popular in recent years with titles like the Contra Collection and Blazing Chrome showcasing how fun the genre can...

Indie Spotlight – The Ascent

Indie Spotlight – The Ascent

The Ascent is the first game from Neon Giant, a 12-person studio out of Sweden. It takes place in a bleak cyberpunk universe where the player assumes the role of an indentured servant, or “indent” as they’re referred to in the game’s codex, who is trying to escape the...

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