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Disability Game Review: Far Cry 5

I have often said that in a vacuum, open world games such as Ubisoft’s latest entry in the Far Cry series are more accessible than their more linear cousins. Far Cry 5 has the bones to fulfill this prophecy, but its natural accessibility is hampered by a few...

GDC 2018 Rundown

Later in March, I had the opportunity to attend the 2018 Game Developers Conference. While video game accessibility is still largely unexplored by many developers, I was impressed by the level of accessibility exhibited by some smaller companies whose games I had the...

Announcing: DAGERS Barrier Breaker Award

Every year since 2012, DAGERS has awarded its annual Diamond Award. This award has served as our game of the year recognition that salutes the highest standards of accessibility and gameplay, but as the profile and interest in Game Accessibility has exploded over the...

Indie Spotlight: Bomber Crew

As a history buff, I often lament the fact that there aren’t very many unique World War II based games out there. However, this week I picked up Bomber Crew by Curve Digital and was impressed by not only how fun it was, but also how accessible it was. Longtime readers...

Disability Game Review: Call of Duty: WWII

I was genuinely excited for Call of Duty: WWII, as I’ve felt the franchise had lost a lot of its appeal with its emphasis on science fiction over historical accuracy. In fact, I haven’t played a Call of Duty game for any amount of time since the original Black Ops,...

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