'Unplayable: Disability and the Gaming Revolution'
There's a fantastic new BBC Radio 4 documentary on the accessibility of games that came out this morning. I'd strongly suggest you all check it out to understand more about the accessibility of gaming, and what progress is being made.
In this documentary, blind gamer Steve Saylor hears some of the stories behind how gaming became more accessible. The documentary includes contributions from Steve Spohn from Able Gamers on how a bag of rice proved instrumental in getting an innovative controller made and from Mike 'BrolyLegs' Begum, who uses his face to press the buttons and has become a top Street Fighter player.
Steve Saylor always thought that he sucked at gaming - it turned out that gaming sucked for him.
What do you think? Have you found video games inaccessible? Do you have any advice for disabled gamers?
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