I can never have too many JRPGs in my library. Everyone knows about my slightly obsessive adoration for the Pokémon
By Bobby K. Miitopia for Nintendo Switch came out recently, and everyone’s having a great time, including myself! It’s a
By Latonya Pennington Hyperfixation aka “hyperfocus” to some psychologists is when you’re so intensely focused on something that you tune
Far Cry 6 Accessibility Interview: Ubisoft is “trying to take learnings from all of our past titles and bring them into this game.”
Can I Play That sat down with Far Cry 6 game designer, Douglas Gregory to discuss accessibility in the upcoming Ubisoft title.
Advocating for accessibility in video games can be done without being an asshole toward developers. Let's be respectful and constructive.
With seemingly no internal consultation, Nintendo needs to release Mario Kart 9 so the public can provide accessibility feedback for its biggest franchise.
When Cyberpunk 2077 released in December 2020 with an array of game-breaking bugs and glitches rendering it unplayable for many,
With talks about The Last of Us getting a remake, Naughty Dog should take accessibility learnings from the sequel and improve the original.
Accessibility features should be something that is upfront, and so digital stores need to start listing them for disabled players.
Allowing early accessibility previews for upcoming games means more money for developers and less risk for disabled players looking to buy.
A Path of Exile troll claimed to be banned from the game for using a macro for accessibility. However, it was a disgusting lie.
On ‘developer’s vision’ Game difficulty is an accessibility issue. But often, when this point is raised, a common counterpoint is
By Melanie Ashford When I sat down to play Horizon Zero Dawn, the first thing I did was check the
At CIPT, we have long advocated for inclusion in gaming – whether it be adding subtitles, creating adaptive controller technologies,
Whenever I think of activism, I’m sometimes skeptical one act can create meaningful change. Yet, it happens all the time.