It was 1990 when my mother got me my first console: a Super Nintendo Entertainment System. I was five years old. When we plugged it in, bright cartoonish colors.
With her recent promotion to Director of Engineering for AbleGamers, Jessie Hall has continued her work pushing gaming accessibility even further in her many years of development. We got a few minutes of time out of her.
While thinking of what topic to write about, I noticed PTSD being a frequent topic within the news of the world as well as within the world of gaming. It’s been a topic I’ve wanted to cover..
Hardware remains to be a key point in the fight for accessibility in the video game industry. This past week, AbleGamers and ATmakers revealed a victory for making video games truly for everyone: The Freedom Wing. The.
Author’s Note, Updated 6/4/2020: I wrote this open letter about a year and a half ago. Today, I circle back to this letter, in the wake of the murder of George Floyd, continuing a tradition infused in.