Rocket Arena – Accessibility Review

It’s very hard for me to review games when I know people at the publishers and studios behind them and know they’re trying their hardest to push for accessibility, especially when the game I’m reviewing just misses the mark. Rocket Arena is one of those games. EA is doing such good a11y work and yet, […]

Courtney Craven4 minute read

Mobility Review – Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order

Review copy provided courtesy of EA I never tire of the Star Wars franchise. Watching space monks gracefully lift gargantuan objects with their mind, or clash with swords made of literal light has entranced me since I was a young disabled padawan. With every release of a new movie, toy, or video game, I can […]

Grant Stoner4 minute read

Deaf Game Review – Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order

Game reviewed on Xbox One I’m enjoying this game so much that I found it difficult to tear myself away from it in order to write this review, especially since deaf accessibility is perfect.  Here is an example of the largest possible size (15 ) with the darkest possible background (100%). I personally prefer it […]

Troy Beissel2 minute read

Deaf Game Review – Need for Speed: Heat

Game reviewed on Xbox One A new Need for Speed is upon us and while getting deaf/hoh accessibility right in racing games is a fairly simple thing to do, EA brought vast improvements in that area of accessibility to Heat. Most notable is the subtitle size. While it’s unfortunate that there are no size options […]

Courtney Craven2 minute read

Deaf Game Review – Sea of Solitude

I’m not going to tell you a thing about Sea of Solitude. It’s such a good game that I don’t want to spoil any part of this gem. The story it tells is one I can relate to more than I’d really care to admit and if you were a fan of the emotional story […]

Courtney Craven2 minute read

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