Accessibility settings options seen in The Quarry are missing from the latest Dark Pictures release, a situation that hopefully will resolve before season 2’s debut.
Introducing even more ways for more people to play Street Fighter, at least for local play.
Removing audio and visual cues is an accessibility downgrade to appease a vocal gatekeeping minority.
Warning – This article contains plot spoilers for the Operation Starfall storyline in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet. Throughout most of my childhood, as an anxious, autistic, feminine, pre transition trans woman, I faced consistent experiences of being bullied in school. This probably won’t come as much of a […]
With Pokémon Scarlet and violet now officially releasing worldwide, this tutorial teaches you how egg breeding works in Scarlet and violet, as well as the series newest overworld shiny hunting mechanic, Sandwiches!
As much as I’ve loved my time with Pokémon Scarlet and Violet this past week, sinking 50 hours into the former, and a further 10 hours into the latter, I can’t help but feel conflicted about my overall experience with the titles. Scarlet and Violet are undoubtedly the […]
Some neat new accessibility features, with a few audio visual cues needlessly removed.
A few months post release, let’s look at one of the first Non-Sony AAA games to attempt High Contrast Mode implementation.
When journalist Laura Kate Dale got offered a copy of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II, she received some extra fun – the chance to consensually plagiarize articles written by the game’s marketing team! Huh! Let’s talk about THAT unethical nonsense, shall we?
Right up there with the best of our industry, Ragnarok has some small misteps, but represents a huge step forward for the series.