Posts tagged with: Low-Vision Accessibility
Owlchemy Labs has shared details about upcoming accessibility features for low vision players for their VR game Cosmonious High.
Blizzard shared its intent to improve on the accessibility of Hearthstone after the creator of a popular accessibility mod ended support.
Riders Republic has you exploring a large open-world, but how does Ubisoft's latest foray in sports do for accessibility? Here's our review.
Want to know about Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy and its accessibility? Here's our review that looks into how the game fares.
I have been doing accessibility reviews for long enough to see clear patterns in games. One of those is that in every new entry in a series, following industry trends, becomes more accessible than the last. This has been true of Gears of War, Assassin’s Creed, Uncharted, Tomb Raider, and so many more. So you […]
If you like golf, this game probably isn’t for you. But if you like wackiness, you just might be up for the zaniest game I’ve played in a long time.
If Nintendo wants Paper Mario Origami King to be an accessibility success, it must leverage its history of universal design AND draw from other RPGs
Steve checks out Riot Games' Valorant with Kinda Funny Games' Andy Cortez to examine the settings and see what accessibility features are available
Review copy provided courtesy of Square Enix By Kenneth Nida About me and my play style: I’m legally blind after suffering several strokes. My peripheral vision is fine, but my central vision is like looking through a shimmering kaleidoscope. I’m unable to read text, and even if it is enlarged, I have to go letter […]
Ring Fit Adventure is the successor to Wii Fit, and in many ways, it blows its predecessor out of the water. It is more immersive, more varied, and more intense. It’s been popular enough to sell out at various times around the world. It’s quarantine-approved, but can you play it if you’re visually impaired? […]
Hi y’all. I’m Christy, and I review Switch games for low vision accessibility. If you’re interested to know why I play on the Switch, please check out my Why I Play article. Today, I want to talk a little about how I use my Switch and specifically what gear and setup I use, though much […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
Overall Ratings Vision: 2 – can’t resize, portable mode has very small text. Docked mode depends on TV resolution. Executive processing (overall): 8.5 -there is pressure for time management, such as in games like Stardew Valley, Rune Factory, Persona/Shin Megami Tensei, or other games with in-game calendars and time-dependent events, but there are several ways […]