Posts tagged with: Accessibility Review
Cyberpunk 2077 Phantom Liberty and update 2.0 improve its accessibility a lot, but still has rough spots for players with limited mobility.
Sea of Stars combines audio and visual feedback well, and relics can improve the accessibility. A lack of mouse support lets it down a bit.
Tears of the Kingdom improved on the accessibility of Breath of the wild, but still remains mostly inaccessible to many players.
The accessibility of Oxenfree 2: Lost Signals is helped by its mouse controls, making exploring seamless for those with less mobility.
Dave the Diver is a game that does many things well, especially for players with limited mobility it could still improve its accessibility.
The accessibility of Baldur's Gate 3 will be sufficient for most, but the map lets visual accessibility down.
Stories of Blossom is a point-and-click accessibility masterclass with flexible controls, extensive narration, clear visuals and structure.
Final Fantasy XVI's rings provide essential accessibility features, but it's unfortunate to have those tied to in-game items.
Diablo IV delivers on story and gameplay, and with it's accessibility features is one of the most accessible RPG's Mike has ever played!
Star Trek: Resurgence falls short in accessibility due to QTEs and potential colorblind issues, but story mode makes up for a lot.
Street Fighter 6's modern and dynamic control types improve accessibility but lack of menu narration fails blind players.
The accessibility of Advance Wars: 1+2 Re-Boot Camp makes it playable for many, but it's reliance on colors may impact colorblind players.
The Last Case of Benedict Fox is far from perfect, but a fine template for what accessibility could be for the genre.
Resident Evil 4 Remake is a respectful re-imagining improving on the original's accessibility, the PC's controls make combat difficult.
With several accessibility features and forgiving design, Dredge bring accessibility to a usually inaccessible genre.
MLB The Show 23 has is room for improvement in its accessibility, while it continues to be a truly customizable representation of baseball.