Accessibility Game Review – Metal Unit

Accessibility Game Review – Metal Unit

 Visual Thoroughly Accessible Fine-Motor Barrier Free  Auditory Barrier Free Thorouhgly AccessibleThere have been countless action platformers inspired by Mega Man and its X sub-series over the years, but few make a point to be accessible to disabled players. Games...

Accessibility Game Review – Biomutant

Accessibility Game Review – Biomutant

 Visual Thoroughly Accessible Fine-Motor Partially Accessible Auditory Thoroughly AccessiblePartially AccessibleBiomutant is a weird game, and I mean that in the best sort of way. It’s this strange mash-up of Fallout and Ghost of Tsushima with a dash of the Redwall...

Accessibility Game Review – Knockout City

Accessibility Game Review – Knockout City

 Visual Partially Accessible Fine-Motor Inaccessible Auditory Partially AccessiblePartially AccessibleKnockout City was first announced in 2020 and promised up fast-paced dodgeball action with a look that blended a bit of Jet Set Radio's logo and sense of style with...

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 – 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 Game Review – Yakuza: Like a Dragon

Accessibility Game Review – Yakuza: Like a Dragon

 Visual Partially Accessible Fine-Motor Partially Accessible Auditory Thoroughly AccessiblePartially AccessibleFor 15 years, the Yakuza series has been a benchmark for modern-day beat ‘em up gameplay. While this genre has its pros and cons, it's not great from an...

Accessibility Game Review – Immortals Fenyx Rising

Accessibility Game Review – Immortals Fenyx Rising

 Visual Barrier Free Fine-Motor Thoroughly Accessible Auditory Barrier FreeThoroughly AccessibleThe latest offering from the folks at Ubisoft is a very intriguing package to say the least. It’s apparent from the very first frame that the biggest influence of this new...

Accessibility Game Review – State of Decay 2

Accessibility Game Review – State of Decay 2

 Visual Partially Accessible  Fine-Motor Barrier Free  Auditory Barrier Free Thoroughly Accessible   Fight against the zombie horde in a world where any of the survivors can die. Permanently. State of Decay 2 is an open world zombie survival game published by...

Accessibility Game Review – The Pathless

Accessibility Game Review – The Pathless

 Visual Thoroughly Accessible Fine-Motor Partially Accessible  Auditory Thoroughly AccessiblePartially AccessibleGiant Squid is a development team made up of thatgamecompany veterans, and their first game Abzu managed to live up to TGC’s best. There, the player...

Accessibility Game Review – Demon’s Souls

Accessibility Game Review – Demon’s Souls

 Visual Partially Accessible  Fine-Motor Inaccessible Auditory Barrier Free Partially AccessibleFrom Software's claim to fame before the Souls sub-genre of strategic action lied in games like Armored Core and the more action-centric King's Field series. However, as...

Accessibility Game Review – Cyberpunk 2077

Accessibility Game Review – Cyberpunk 2077

 Visual Partially Accessible  Fine-Motor Partially Accessible  Auditory Barrier Free Partially AccessibleDisclaimer: Cyberpunk 2077 contains certain color schemes and braindance sequences with flashing lights that may be epileptic and photosensitivity triggers for...

Accessibility Game Review – Planet Coaster

Accessibility Game Review – Planet Coaster

 Visual Partially Accessible  Fine-Motor Barrier Free Auditory Barrier Free Thoroughly AccessibleSimulation games have been a regular part of gaming for over 30 years, but none hooked me quite like the Theme Park games. The first incarnation I played was on the...

Accessibility Game Review – Bugsnax

Accessibility Game Review – Bugsnax

 Visual Barrier Free  Fine-Motor Partially Accessible Auditory Barrier Free Thoroughly AccessibleThe PlayStation 5's launch window lineup has been impressive, with a mix of exclusive games like the Demon Souls remake, cross-gen games like Sackboy, and Miles Morales...

Accessibility Game Review – Astro’s Playroom

Accessibility Game Review – Astro’s Playroom

 Visual Thoroughly Accessible  Fine-Motor Inaccessible  Auditory Thoroughly AccessiblePartially AccessibleThe Astrobots have been slowly building themselves up as mascots for the modern PlayStation era in unique ways. Starting out as characters in augmented reality...

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...

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