Video Games Are for Everyone—And That Should Include Disabled People
Accessibility features open up a world of possibility for fun to be had, which is exactly what video games should do. For all of us.
Assassin’s Creed: ValhallaKirby and the Forgotten Land
Dragon Age: InquisitionMario Kart 8
Assassin’s CreedValhalla Injustice 2
I will finish you
intendedDark SoulsBloodborneElden RingFire Emblem: Three HousesFinal Fantasy XIV
Far Cry 6The Last of Us Part IITomb Raider
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Allyssa Capri is a Chicago-based pop culture writer. She has former bylines at WhatToWatch.com and The Take. Her writing examines film, TV, music, video games, and internet culture through a sociopolitical lens. A saucy Virgo, Allyssa loves working out, eating, trying new hobbies, astrology, and her cat, Luna. She is also full of pro wrestling opinions.
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