24 Apr
  • By Joseph Giampapa
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MLB The Show 17 Continues To Deliver Accessible Excellence

Every year, Sony Interactive Entertainment’s MLB The Show consistently brings an absurdly authentic Major League Baseball experience mixed with a top of the line suite of accessibility options. MLB The Show 17 is no exception to that standard, though this year’s entry also comes equipped with some of the biggest changes the franchise has seen […]

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05 Apr
  • By Brian Conklin
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A Train, a Jam, And GDC: AbleGamer’s Fellow Tells Their Adventure

“We’d like to help you take a train up to GDC while making a game.” I’ve done plenty of game jams before, but on a train? I’ve never been on a train before and had many questions regarding taking a wheelchair on a train. “You’ll be fine and we know you’ll do us proud.” When […]

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05 Apr
  • By Brian Conklin
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AbleGamers Staff Brings Accessible Gaming Technology to CSUN 2017

This year, for the 2017 CSUN Assistive Technology Conference, Level Access (Formerly known as SSB Bart Group) and The Ablegamers Charity teamed up for the official launch of their partnership to bring accessible gaming to the conference. Throughout the week, Ablegamers demonstrated a wide variety of adaptive gaming, ranging from eye-tracking hardware to switch-controlled gaming. […]

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03 Apr
  • By AJ Ryan
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Xbox Accessibility Update brings Copilot, Accessibility API, and More

Last week, Team Xbox rolled out a new update for Xbox One that included a host of new and exciting accessibility features that the team at AbleGamers was honored to be a part of. Team Xbox has been a leader in the push for game accessibility this generation with their Ease of Access settings, pushing […]

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08 Mar
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FCC Accessibility Waiver Extension for Video Games

Did you know that accessibility in video games are partly regulated by the United States Federal Communication Commission? Back on October 8. 2010, then-President Obama signed the Twenty-First Century Communications and Video Accessibility Act of 2010, known shortly as CVAA. This amended the Communications Act of 1934 to include providers of and equipment manufacturers that […]

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08 Mar
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Virtual Reality: New Technology, New Challenges

Virtual Reality, otherwise known as VR, promises truly immersive experiences for players. Games like “Job Simulator” allow gamers to experience different occupations, albeit in a humorous manner, while “Eagle Flight” lets you see Paris like you never have before: through the eyes of a soaring eagle. Such possibilities make VR technology the next exciting frontier […]

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24 Feb
  • By AJ Ryan
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My Year With The Sega Saturn

In my final year of college, I realized that I had surprisingly little knowledge on the Sega Saturn. Sure, I knew its top games and basic hardware, but not much else; especially compared to my knowledge of the Sega Genesis and Dreamcast. I decided I would dedicate my final year of college to the Saturn; […]

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21 Feb
  • By Brian Conklin
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Finding Serenity in Hidden Folks

When the world feels overwhelming, it’s difficult to get back on course. It may be outside influences from the world starting to affect daily life, or maybe it’s just a personally busy time with work and family and all sorts of small tasks keeping oneself from getting proper rest and relaxation. With so much going […]

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13 Feb
  • By Josh Zirl
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New Accessibility Features Make Deathstate Stand Out

I originally purchased Deathstate because one of the top user reviews at the time said that they had contacted the developer (Workinman Interactive) about the limited controls and they added in mouse movement just for him.  To my delight, it turned out that the game itself had the added bonus of being unique, fun, and […]

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