Accessibility Game Review – Persona 5 Strikers

Accessibility Game Review – Persona 5 Strikers

 Visual Barrier Free  Fine-Motor Partially Accessible Auditory Thoroughly AccessibleThoroughly AccessibleThe musou genre has surged in popularity over the last decade, with new and unexpected franchises entering the fray seemingly every year. Dragon Quest and the...

Accessibility Game Review – Cyber Shadow

Accessibility Game Review – Cyber Shadow

 Visual Thoroughly Accessible Fine-Motor Inaccessible Auditory Thoroughly AccessiblePartially AccessibleYacht Club Games didn't create the first faux-retro NES game, but they did craft one of the best in Shovel Knight. Shovel Knight helped showcase that legitimately...

Accessibility Hardware Review – Wii U

After previewing the Wii U a couple of weeks ago, it became clear that there was hope for the future of Nintendo game accessibility. But this is an understatement. After some extended hands-on time with the Nintendo Wii U using multiple games, it’s clear that this...

Accessibility Hardware Review – PS Vita

When the PlayStation Vita was announced, it looked to be another colossal step toward game inaccessibility. Happily, however, after many hours hands-on with this system, it is clear that first impressions aren’t always accurate.   To begin with, those with sight...

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Accessibility Game Review – Spider-Man: Miles Morales

Accessibility Game Review – Spider-Man: Miles Morales

 Visual Barrier Free  Fine-Motor Barrier Free  Auditory Barrier Free Barrier Free It used to be, when a game was created using the same engine technology and characters as its predecessor, we would call it an expansion. On the surface, that’s what some have called...

Accessibility Game Review – Nick Kart Racers 2

Accessibility Game Review – Nick Kart Racers 2

 Visual Partially Accessible  Fine-Motor Barrier Free  Auditory Thoroughly Accessible Thoroughly AccessibleThe first Nickelodeon Kart Racers game from 2018 felt like a rough draft that was shoved out the door as a final product. It had a solid foundation but lacked...

Accessibility Game Review – Ghost of Tsushima

Accessibility Game Review – Ghost of Tsushima

 Visual Partially Accessible  Fine-Motor Partially Accessible  Auditory Partially Accessible Partially Accessible Ghost of Tsushima is a spiritual successor to the Assassin’s Creed franchise and a love letter to classic Samurai sagas, both of which hold a special...

Accessibility Game Review – The Last of Us: Part II

Accessibility Game Review – The Last of Us: Part II

 Visual Barrier Free  Fine-Motor Barrier Free  Auditory Barrier Free Barrier Free Disclaimer: Naughty Dog provided DAGERSystem with a code to play and review The Last of Us: Part II in time for its June 19, 2020 release date. To say that The Last of Us Part II is the...

Accessibility Game Review – Doom Eternal

Accessibility Game Review – Doom Eternal

 Visual Barrier Free  Fine-Motor Inaccessible  Auditory Barrier Free Partially Accessible Doom Eternal is the latest entry in the franchise that can rightly be considered the godfather of the first-person shooter genre. As a follow up to 2016’s Doom, it follows the...

Accessibility Game Review – Fire Emblem: Three Houses

Accessibility Game Review – Fire Emblem: Three Houses

 Visual Thoroughly Accessible  Fine-Motor Barrier Free  Auditory Thoroughly Accessible Thoroughly AccessibleIf you have been reading this site for very long, you will notice that I tend to really enjoy tactical turn-based RPGs. This is because not only do they tend to...

Accessibility Game Review – Luigi’s Mansion 3

Accessibility Game Review – Luigi’s Mansion 3

 Visual Thoroughly Accessible  Fine-Motor Inaccessible  Auditory Partially Accessible Partially Accessible                 In the latest installment in the series, Luigi and his friends get a mysterious invitation to a hotel for a vacation getaway, but...

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