Posts tagged with: Blind Accessibility

  • Hearthstone accessibility to be improved as mod support ends

    Blizzard shared its intent to improve on the accessibility of Hearthstone after the creator of a popular accessibility mod ended support.

    Marijn / ActiveB1t2 minute read
  • New Apple accessibility includes shared game control

    Apple shared some previews of accessibility improvements headed to their devices. One of those is Buddy Controller.

    Marijn / ActiveB1t2 minute read
  • Timecrest – Blind Review

    Before trying a game, I always have a surge of anxiety and dread because I don’t know if a game will be fully accessible before buying. Naughty Dog’s The Last of Us 2 is an exception thanks to the extensive accessibility features implemented into the game. But otherwise, my choices in fully accessible games are […]

    Robert Kingett5 minute read
  • The Last of Us 2 – Blind Accessibility Review

    "The Last of Us 2 is a testament to what can be achieved when accessibility is considered from the ground up." Check out our Blind Review on the game.

    Sightless Kombat13 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
  • Blind/Low-Vision Review – New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe

    Do you like Mario? Do you like games with obnoxious names? Here you go, my friend. This game is one of the top-selling Switch titles, but plenty of people complain that the game isn’t innovative enough when it comes to platforming design. However, you don’t sell six million units by accident. There has to be […]

    Christy Smith8 minute read
  • Visually Impaired Review – Splatoon 2

    If you’ve ever wanted a shooter that had more strategy than a normal shooter… If you’ve ever tried to play a shooter and needed better lighting and contrast… If you’ve ever needed to modify your weapons to focus only on things that you can do instead of things you can’t… Y’all, ya gotta try Splatoon […]

    Christy Smith14 minute read
  • Accessible Game Feature – Lost and Hound

    Lost and Hound is a scent tracking simulator with a deep narrative, where you play as a dog and track people who are lost or in trouble, help solve mysteries and crimes. It plays with the drama of human safety, but does so without utilising violence.  It was built around blind accessibility, which was a […]

    Brian4 minute read
  • Alt-Frequencies: A Lot More Than Static

    This piece was originally published on and published here with permission from the author. I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it another thousand times if I need to. Accessibility is happening. This is a solid fact that becomes readily apparent every time a developer takes on the task of making their game or […]

    Brandon Cole8 minute read
  • Blindality: Mortal Kombat 11 Blind Accessibility Review

    Mortal Kombat 11 is the latest game from acclaimed developer Netherrealm Studios, and boy oh boy is it massive. With a story mode that spans about 6 hours, the seemingly endless possibilities presented to you by the Towers of Time, and a fully loaded crypt where you unlock skins and gear galore, not to mention […]

    Brandon Cole5 minute read

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