Genre Accessibility – Vehicle Simulations

Genre Accessibility – Vehicle Simulations

Whether it’s a rubber-burning racer or a historical fighter sim, vehicle simulations can provide some of the most immersive experiences in modern gaming. Vehicle sims like these have a tendency to pull players deeper into the action of a game than most other genres,...
Genre Accessibility – MMORPGs

Genre Accessibility – MMORPGs

There’s no denying the popularity of MMOs. The ability to connect to a constantly changing universe, filled with thousands (if not millions) of human players that you can interact with, is attractive to many players. But this genre appreciated by disabled players for...
Genre Accessibility – Strategy

Genre Accessibility – Strategy

In this third installment of our series examining genre accessibility, we will look at strategy games. These types of games can be grouped into two broad categories: real time and turn based. Although they have similar strengths and weaknesses, they merit independent...
Genre Accessibility – Shooters

Genre Accessibility – Shooters

For the second entry in this series that examines video game genre accessibility, we will look at the shooter genre.   Like many gamers who started out back in the ‘90s, one of my earliest gaming memories was playing Golden Eye on the N64. Since then, shooters...
Genre Accessibility – Action Games

Genre Accessibility – Action Games

Our mission at DAGERS is to provide disabled consumers with the tools that they need to determine whether a game is accessible before they purchase it. To that end, in addition to reviewing individual games, we will also be addressing larger issues of accessibility....