Posts tagged with: Red Dead Redemption 2

  • The Great Outdoors, Indoors – Gaming with Chronic Illness

    I’ve been sick for 34 years. When I was younger, my disease would ebb and flow, painfully inflamming every joint in my body for months on end and then it would vanish just as quickly as it came. As I’ve gotten older, the unpredictable waves of illness and disability have become more of a dam […]

    Coty Craven4 minute read
  • Gaming During the Pandemic – Vacationing in Red Dead Redemption 2

    Courtney takes a vacation inside of Red Dead Redemption 2: "It’s nice to have a break, however momentary, from thinking about how bleak everything feels."

    Coty Craven8 minute read
  • Red Dead Redemption 2 Fishing Accessibility Review

    The following review only focuses on physical accessibility for the fishing minigame aspect while using a controller for both Red Dead Redemption 2 Story mode and Red Dead Online after Update 1.15. YES! They finally added Hold to Reel. I hunted down the lead UX developer on RDR2 earlier this year and asked him about […]

    Melissa Klassen5 minute read
  • What I’ve Learned About Game Design as a Hearing Person Rating Deaf Accessibility

    When we launched our Deaf game review site, OneOddGamerGirl, I assumed it would be a fun hobby that maybe would help a few Deaf and HoH gamers not buy games that hadn’t taken their needs into consideration in the design process. Our process was simple – Susan (who is Deaf) would get a game and […]

    Coty Craven9 minute read
  • Deaf Game Review – Red Dead Redemption 2

    Red Dead Redemption 2 has easily been one of the hardest games to review that we’ve ever done. It’s so rare for a game to be such a fantastic thing to play while simultaneously being an accessibility nightmare. As much as I’m enjoying my time in RDR2, I have the overwhelming feeling that Rockstar took the unfortunate […]

    Can I Play That?5 minute read
  • You Can’t Go Home – Revisiting the Life I Left Behind in RDR2

    My beloved horse, Biscuit, is dead. Killed by my own hand after being ambushed by the O’Driscolls and caught with no horse medicine. Biscuit and I had bonded. We’d spent weeks together and we were as close as man and horse can be. He calmed when I reassured him, snickered at me when I gave […]

    Coty Craven9 minute read

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