Posts tagged with: Gaming
How I Play Video Games While Hyperfixating
By Latonya Pennington Hyperfixation aka “hyperfocus” to some psychologists is when you’re so intensely focused on something that you tune out everything else for hours at a time. Although this term is commonly applied to people with autism or ADHD, people with mental illnesses such as depression, anxiety, and bipolar disorder can also hyperfixate. It […]
Join CIPT’s Accessible Gaming Club!
Today we started a fun new social side of Can I Play That — the Accessible Gaming Club. Each month we will play and discuss a different game.
Forced Activism Fatigue in Games Accessibility
Christy shares thoughts on accessibility activism and the hidden fatigue of being a disabled gamer in this latest commentary post.
Capitalism Failed Me: A Search For Better Marketing and Community in Gaming
Christy talks about how the disabled community is often left out of the marketing hype surrounding new games or technology, and why this needs to change.
Disability Pride Month and Making Waves in the Industry
Grant Stoner celebrates Disability Pride Month by detailing how the journalism industry can take inspiration from developers by including disabled players.