Well said. I think, just possibly, our friend James doesn't own some
cool PS2 games. I have the Tomb Raider series of games, at least most of
them, and you definitely have to draw and holster weapons, pick up items
manually, and so on. This is exactly the kinds of things that are
missing in the blind gaming market, and far too many are getting set in
their ways not having had the opportunity to play mainstream games and
get use to this or that way of doing things. I'm trying to breath some
new innovations into the accessible game market.
this is precisely why we need complexity. nothing more fun like chasing
a monster around and having to pick up an item while trying to escape.
when you play games for the sighted, the player doesn't pick stuff
up by stepping on them, or automatically holsters weapon. you need to do
all this stuff manually.
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