Posts tagged with: sony
Project Leonardo, Sony’s take on an accessible controller
At CES 2023 Sony announced it's working on Project Leonardo, a controller to bring improved hardware accessibility to PlayStation 5.
Niantic announces Sony LinkBuds Audio AR technology heading to Ingress
Niantic announced that its AR mobile title, Ingress will introduce Audio AR through the new Sony LinkBuds device later this year.
God of War heading to PC with “fully customizable bindings”
God of War has been confirmed for PC and a small bit of accessibility information notes that it will have fully customizable bindings.
The PlayStation Store just launched an Accessibility Collection
The PlayStation Store just revealed a new Collection that focuses specifically on highlighting games with notable accessibility features.
Accessibility Previews Mean More Money for Developers
Allowing early accessibility previews for upcoming games means more money for developers and less risk for disabled players looking to buy.
Returnal — Can I Play That Accessibility Preview
Die, respawn, begin again, die, respawn, begin again. This is the gameplay loop for Returnal, the upcoming PS5 exclusive from Housemarque. Where this endless loop of my 12 deaths in three hours would usually be enough to make me throw in the towel and uninstall the game, Housemarque has managed to make this life-death cycle […]
Sony Interactive Entertainment joins Disability:IN’s “Are you IN?” campaign
Sony Interactive Entertainment CEO, Jim Ryan has signed a letter to insert the company into Disability:IN's "Are you IN?" campaign.
Destruction AllStars — Can I Play That Accessibility Review
Destruction AllStars, the new F2P multiplayer vehicular combat game released this week for PS5 is a solid illustration to Sony’s commitment to accessibility. Controls are fully customizable, players can customize nearly every aspect of the UI and visual cues, and the subtitles are simply fantastic. But this wasn’t my initial impression of the game. My […]
PlayStation 5 – Accessibility Impressions
With the new PS5 and the new Dualsense controller Sony is introducing players to a new set of hardware and software. With that comes a new set of accessibility challenges. Check out the video above where I look at what the PS5 has to offer, what it does well/not well, and the potential future of accessibility on Sony's next generation console.
PS5 and DualSense Accessibility Features Finally Detailed by Sony
Sony Interactive Entertainment shared a blog post detailing the accessibility features available on the PS5 and DualSense ahead of launch.
PS5 Games Are Not Compatible with DualShock 4 Controller
Sony today revealed what periphals would be compatible with the upcoming PS5. It turns out that PS5 games will not be compatible with the DualShock 4.
Ghost of Tsushima – Deaf/HoH Accessibility Review
Once upon a time, in preparation for the arrival of the most highly anticipated games, I’d work on lowering my expectations for how accessible they’d be. I expect nothing, so on the off chance subtitles were done well, I can be pleasantly surprised. After doing this sort of reviewing for six years, it’s necessary to […]
The Last of Us Part 2 – A Conversation with Naughty Dog
The Last of Us Part II released to rave reviews from critics and fans alike. Many outlets and individuals praised the story, gameplay, and gratuitous violence, labeling it as a perfect sequel to the original entry. Alongside the cheers from able-bodied fans were disabled players, sharing their enthusiasm for a game featuring roughly 60 accessibility […]
The Last of Us: Part 2 – Mobility Review
You are probably expecting this to be a review of The Last of Us: Part 2. You are probably assuming I will christen it with a perfect score in relation to mobility issues, with the same jubilation as my colleagues. You are probably eagerly anticipating me to recommend it to every individual with a PS4. […]
Our The Last of Us 2 Discussion on Accessibility and Blind Impressions
Find out what Steve Saylor and Courtney Craven thought of the accessibility features in The Last of Us 2 in this blind impressions video.
The Last of Us: Part 2 — Deaf/HoH Review
"The Last of Us 2 is the game of a generation. Not in its narrative and artistic beauty, [...] but in its accessibility." Check out our review here.