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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...

Disability Game Review: For the King

 Visual Thoroughly Accessible  Fine-Motor Partially Accessible  Auditory Barrier Free Thoroughly Accessible Not every game that I have the privilege of demoing at GDC is able to be reviewed on this site. For the King looks like an impressive title, but I...

Disability Game Review: Spider-Man

 Visual Thoroughly Accessible  Fine-Motor Partially Accessible  Auditory Barrier Free Thoroughly Accessible It was my express privilege to partner with Insomniac to bring accessibility features to Spider-Man for the PS4. Normally at DAGERS, staff members...

Disability Game Review: Detroit: Become Human

 Visual Thoroughly Accessible  Fine-Motor Inaccessible  Auditory Partially Accessible Partially Accessible Detroit: Become Human is the latest title from Quantic Dream which promises immersive story that will have players questioning what it...

Disability Game Review: Far Cry 5

 Visual Partially Accessible  Fine-Motor Partially Accessible  Auditory Partially Accessible Partially Accessible 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...

Disability Game Review: Dragon Ball FighterZ

 Visual Thoroughly Accessible  Fine-Motor Barrier-Free  Auditory Thoroughly Accessible Thoroughly Accessible Fighting games can be very accessible if designed right. Dragon Ball: Fighterz is a leap in that direction, of which other fighting...

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...

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