Deaf / HoH Reviews
Biomutant may have a deadly world to explore, but how is this game when it comes to accessibility? Here's our review of the PC version.
Layers of Fear 2 finds players on board a ship, trapped with a monster and lots of film props, but how is the horror game for accessibility?
Good ol’ Robin Hood and his band of merry folk, stealing from the rich and then distributin’ to the poor. And in Sumo Digital’s Player vs Player vs Environment online game, that’s exactly what your goal is. But how is Hood Outlaws and Legends to play in regards to accessibility? Well, actually this dark capture […]
FUSER is a new game from the makers of Rock Band and Dance Central in which players take on the role of a new DJ and create mixes from an ever-growing catalog of music, spanning countless genres and many decades. Now you might be wondering why on earth I’m writing a deaf/hoh review for a […]
I am living my best hero life in Immortals Fenyx Rising. This new IP from Ubisoft, developers of massive photorealistic open world games like Far Cry and Assassin’s Creed, is the most delightfully unexpected good time I’ve had in a long while. Immortals feels like Breath of the Wild (but actually enjoyable) and Assassin’s Creed […]
In our latest Deaf/Hard of Hearing Review, find out how Ben found the accessibility for Ubisoft's Assassin's Creed Valhalla.
Here is our latest Deaf/Hard of Hearing Review, this time going to London to try out Ubisoft's latest adventure, Watch Dogs Legion.
Amnesia: Rebirth is certainly the most accessible game in the series, but why does Ben think that? Find out in this Deaf/HoH Review.
Star Wars Squadrons has you flying space ships in the Star Wars universe, but how accessible is the game in our Deaf/Hard of Hearing Review?
Another remake, another lost opportunity to improve on the original game’s level of accessibility. That’s what Mafia: Definitive Edition is. In a year filled to the brim with remasters and remakes in which every single one of them hasn’t given so much as a thought to improving any aspect of accessibility, I’ve all but given […]
Fall Guys has been a huge success in the gaming world, but with its simple gameplay, how accessible is it for Deaf/HoH players?
Coming into Marvel’s Avengers as a complete novice to all things Marvel and Avengers feels…right. It makes the game feel that much more special and removed any expectations I may have had about what the various superheroes should or should not be able to do. I’ve watched Iron Man once on Disney+ but there was […]
Once upon a time, in preparation for the arrival of the most highly anticipated games, I’d work on lowering my expectations for how accessible they’d be. I expect nothing, so on the off chance subtitles were done well, I can be pleasantly surprised. After doing this sort of reviewing for six years, it’s necessary to […]
♫ Ohhhhhh! Who lives in a pineapple under the sea? SPONGEBOB SQUAREPANTS! Absorbent and yellow and porous is he! SPONGEBOB SQUAREPANTS! ♫ I am an adult with two graduate degrees in English and literature. Two of them. And yet, here I am giddily reviewing SpongeBob, with the theme song having been stuck in my head […]
With Burnout Paradise Remastered hitting the Nintendo Switch, we got Ben on a Deaf/HoH review to see how well the game performs for a Deaf player.
In our review for Star Wars Battlefront 2 Elizabeth says, "Deaf/HoHplayers looking to engage with the single-player narrative may feel left out."