That Isn’t Mii

By Bobby K. Miitopia for Nintendo Switch came out recently, and everyone’s having a great time, including myself! It’s a quirky game about casting whoever you want in the standard roles that come with a fantasy RPG. Your dog can be the princess, your neighbour can be a baby and your ex can be the […]

Can I Play That?5 minute read

Switch Multiplayer Games for Low Vision

Connection with other people is more important than ever right now, so today I’m going to be giving a few recommendations for multiplayer games that you can play on the Switch, whether you have a visual impairment yourself or want to play with someone who does. This list is certainly not exhaustive, but I’ve tried […]

Christy Smith11 minute read

Exploring Three Switch Titles With The Latest Accessibility Update

Throughout the past month, I’ve extensively praised the physical accessibility of the Nintendo Switch. With the Switch’s 10.0.0 System Update, disabled players now have the capability to fully customize controls. This, coupled with several homebrew crafts which I discussed in a recent Launcher piece, make the Switch incredibly accessible for physically disabled individuals, much to […]

Grant Stoner2 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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