Posts tagged with: Watch Dogs Legion
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Watch Dogs Legion had 8900 sounds available during alpha and nearly had 200 captions for them before being cut down to 110.
I am not a gamer. Not by any stretch of the imagination. I indulge my partner and their love of games much in the same way that I indulged my sister—a hobby and career that I can appreciate simply due to the joy games bring (brought) them. I have played games on occasion and I […]
With Watch Dogs Legion launching, sending players to a dystopian London, find out how accessible Grant thought it was in this Mobility Review.
Far Cry: New Dawn Utilized Watch Dogs Legion Directional Captions After Studios Shared Accessibility Features
It has been revealed the directional captions in Watch Dogs Legion appeared in Far Cry: New Dawn first after being shared across studios.
Here is our latest Deaf/Hard of Hearing Review, this time going to London to try out Ubisoft's latest adventure, Watch Dogs Legion.
The accessibility in Ubisoft's Watch Dog Legion has been discussed in an internal interview with associate producer, Mihai Alexandru Nuta.
Ben talks about why the gaming industry needs to share and market video game accessibility features if it's able to share random features in upcoming games.
Watch Dogs: Legion is the third game in the Watch Dogs franchise for Ubisoft and the most ambitious. With its Open World concept where every NPC can become a Player Character it is ground breaking in it's approach to the Open World genre that Ubisoft has become notable for. The question though at this point with its large scope, will it be playable for players with disabilities?
Can I Play That? was invited to try Watch Dogs Legion. Ben has a look at the Deaf/HoH accessibility available in the game and the games current state..