With the announcement of Project Leonardo, all three major console manufacturers now support official accessibility controlers. But, how does this new contender stack up?
In this episode:PlaydateNew York ZooStrange WorldPokétoonsand more.
A delicious biome presents Pants for Pets LLC with some faces from the past. Juniper harnesses her spite. Korvok Greenwielder wanders off. Piccolo grabs the boy by the horns. Treyan Drenkesh finds peace in limitation.
Fun with bodies. Games we played this week include:Pick, Pack, Pup (15:30)Lost Your Marbles (18:00)Tamagotchi Pix Party (22:30)Satisfactory (31:55)Super Lesbian Animal RPG (37:15)Lil’ Gator Game (41:25)Spelunky 2 (50:45)Dragon’s Dogma (52:30) —News things talked about in this episode:Zenimax QA union formally recognized by Microsoft (53:45)www.eurogamer.net/microsoft-recogn…ax-testers-union Microsoft’s responds to FTC […]
The video game industry is always improving in terms of accessibility, but those improvements need to eventually become standards that disabled players can reliably count on.
Oh hey, I did more wrestling commentary. You can now watch Spectrum Wrestling’s Collide O’Scope free online. I’m one of the two commentators, telling you everything you need to know about characters, motivations, and storylines.
The ecosystem of the future makes for unlikely allies. Juniper embiggens her pork. Korvok Greenwielder gets Augustus Gloop’d. Piccolo takes guitar lessons. Treyan Drenkesh tells the story of a thousand deaths.
2022 is nearing a close, so it’s time for me to talk about accessibility wins, and some losses, from the past year.
In this episode:Vampire Survivors MobileAnalogue PocketChained EchoesThe Woman Kingand more.
In the past 2.5 years, Accessibility has progressed leaps and bounds in the video game industry. Let’s take a moment to let that progress sink in.