07 Jun
  • By Josh Zirl
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Switch Accessibility Evaluation

The Nintendo Switch does a lot of things.  It can transition from being a home console to a portable handheld and split itself apart to let friends jump into a game alongside you.  Unfortunately, it does none of these things with any concern for accessibility. The system’s options contain zero accessibility features.  The closest it […]

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03 Feb
  • By AJ Ryan
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Accessibility Analysis of the NES Classic

I love retro games. Despite being born the same year the Atari Jaguar released, I’ve always enjoyed playing games on consoles before my time, such as the NES and Genesis. Even today, I still buy games for many systems released back then. When I saw Nintendo was making a miniature NES, I knew I had […]

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