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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...

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,...

Disability Game Review: NHL 18

Historically, DAGERS has stayed away from reviewing sports games. This is because very few of our editors actually enjoy them and because they pose unique challenges for the disabled. Being a hockey fan myself, I tend to purchase the newest NHL game every few years,...

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