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May 01, 2007

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» Clip: Making Games More Accessible from Kotaku
Touching on an issue we covered recently, QUEST TV tackles the issue of making games more accessible to hearing impaired or quadriplegic players. The program follows a father and son's DIY efforts to make their gaming more accessible as... [Read More]

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A fine video, and one that high-lights what a long way we have to go. One day we'll break through. So many accessibility features we need and want would take so little effort and money to implement. We just need to get people to understand....

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Terrific video.

Every once in a while some product comes along and is praised for how simple it is to operate. Perhaps a game controller that fits that bill is not far away.

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