Good point. That is one issue I briefly touched upon in my interview
with Game Spot last night. Fact of the matter is while there are several
games that might be improved accessibility wise there will always be
some types of games that can and never will be made accessible.
Understand I mean not technically possible rather than a lack of desire
to try and make it accessible.
It is terribly difficult to explain to some people who don't have the
faintest clue about programming about certain things like this. Some
blind gamers may assume because games have been made accessible in the
past that every game that has been created could be made accessible if
someone tried. That isn't true, and there will always be a few games
that require some level of sight to play no matter what.
Ryan Strunk wrote:
I think you're right on here. Besides which I don't believe every single
game technically could be made accessible. Can you imagine the can of worms
that would open if suddenly some games were accessible but others weren't?
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