A look at the the "git gud" mentality through the lens of disablism, lack of accessibility, and productivity.
Wondering what our top 5 games for blind and visually impaired players are? Here are the games we think make the cut for different reasons.
The new PS5 Game Trials feature is a great feature for disabled players, but the current timer system leaves them unable to fully try.
Video games are a great escape from real life, but having a facial difference is something you don’t escape while gaming.
Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut Interview: “we’re really interested in getting as many people as possible to be able to play the game comfortably”
I wanted to see what's new and what improved for accessibility in Ghost of Tsushima Director's Cut. I sat down with Nate Fox to find out.
The Vale helps me understand just a fraction of the frustration sightless players experience as they try to access any other game. And that’s where its power lies.
This deep look into Roki finds that the game's method of storytelling and gameplay makes for an experience that's suited for accessibility.
If you're looking for recommendations for third-person video games for deaf and hard-of-hearing players, we've listed 5 of our favorites!
As Microsoft Flight Simulator arrives on console, we had a look at how the accessibility has changed since the PC build.
Doodle Champion Island Games is available to play from your browser, and with 3 accessibility advisors behind it, we checked it out.
Pegasus Dream Tour: How JP Games and the IPC Are Breaking Barriers With the First Official Paralympic Video Game
In an interview with Hajime Tabata, we look at how JP Games is breaking barriers with the first Paralympic game, The Pegasus Dream Tour.
Speaking to CIPT, DigixArt talks about Road 96 and the accessibility features that were considered "From the start of production"
With Netflix reportedly shifting to include video games, I've been wondering what this means for its subtitle standards.
Following the discourse surrounding Psychonauts 2 and its invincibility feature, it's clear commenters don't understand accessibility.
SuchArt: Genius Artist Simulator is a fun game that lets you paint to your heart's content, but it's not all that accessible in areas.
I can never have too many JRPGs in my library. Everyone knows about my slightly obsessive adoration for the Pokémon series, but my love for the genre extends far beyond capturing powerful monsters. Between the turn-based combat, visually stunning environments and individualistic party customization, JRPGs are incredibly entertaining and physically accessible. Coromon is the latest […]