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Disability Game Review: Super Smash Bros for WII U
Super Smash Brothers for the Wii U is one of the best party games in recent memory. From the standpoint of accessibility, there are some problems, but compared to the 3DS version, the Wii U version is miles ahead when it comes to being playable for disabled gamers.
The latest entries in the widely popular Pokemon franchise, Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire represent a commitment on Nintendo’s part to fully fleshed-out 3D games within the world of Pokemon. Both games are executed with Gamefreak’s trademark polish. From the standpoint of accessibility, the status quo reigns which in this case is very good news for disabled gamers. The Pokemon games have always been highly accessible, and the latest entries continue this trend.
Dragon Age Inquisition is the latest open world RPG from Bioware. It represents a stunning middle ground between the deep RPG elements of Dragon Age Origins, and the fast paced action orientation of Dragon Age 2. The story is rich with relatable characters and evocative moments and the world has enough variety to keep even the most demanding gamer busy for hours. But how does this game accommodate players with disabilities?
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