Our Pokémon Unite accessibility review looks into why it might be "the most entertaining and accessible MOBA" our reviewer has played.
Guest review by Bobby. Find him on Twitter @WheelyBadTweets. Astro’s Playroom is a free game, pre-installed to every PlayStation 5 console. Whilst initially awestruck by the game, it didn’t take very long to see why Sony’s catchy ‘For the Players’ tagline is an admirable slogan built on a history of gaming icons. Yet, in practice, […]
Ubisoft's new title, Immortals Fenyx Rising drips with Greek mythology, but did Grant think that it was dripping with accessibility?
In our latest Moblity Review, Grant tackles the life and struggles of being a Viking in Ubisoft's latest Assassin's Creed Valhalla.
With Watch Dogs Legion launching, sending players to a dystopian London, find out how accessible Grant thought it was in this Mobility Review.
Complete editions of games usually provide players with previously released expansions, unique cosmetics, or in some cases, an entirely new system or console to play on. Horizon Zero Dawn: Complete Edition brings with it That Frozen Wilds, as well as granting players the opportunity to play the PlayStation exclusive on their computers. For physically disabled […]
You are probably expecting this to be a review of The Last of Us: Part 2. You are probably assuming I will christen it with a perfect score in relation to mobility issues, with the same jubilation as my colleagues. You are probably eagerly anticipating me to recommend it to every individual with a PS4. […]
Amongst my friend group, I am affectionately referred to as the one who “loathes strategy games.” While the turn-based mechanics are certainly beneficial for my disability, I often flounder at activating specific buttons to execute precise orders, on top of micromanaging a multitude of units and structures. Yet, I find myself enjoying Gears Tactics immensely. […]