• Animal Crossing: New Horizons accessibility review

    I came to Animal Crossing: New Horizons with absolutely no prior knowledge of the franchise. Friends who are fans told me that they didn’t expect I would like it. Its laid-back nature and limited actions mean it’s more akin to a virtual interactive diorama than other more action-heavy city simulators. New Horizons gives every player […]

    Josh Straub2 minute read
  • Blind/Low-Vision Review – Animal Crossing: New Horizons

    It’s finally here, y’all. Animal Crossing hardly needs an introduction. It’s a life simulation where you are the only human on a deserted island that is full of anthropomorphic animals. So, uh, it’s not really that deserted. But it is fun. So, can you play it if you’re visually impaired? About me and my play […]

    Christy Smith7 minute read
  • Mobility Review – Animal Crossing: New Horizons

    There is nothing more relaxing than completing mundane tasks in Animal Crossing. The repetitive nature of fishing, chopping down trees and digging up fossils is infinitely soothing, especially during long periods of government mandated self-isolating. Animal Crossing: New Horizons is the Switch’s first iteration of the beloved franchise, and while I adore scavenging for materials […]

    Grant Stoner3 minute read

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