Perhaps, but I don't see any other way to bring the issue to a head.
Many of us, myself included, hope that Sony, Microsoft, Activision,
Capcom, Edos, Nintendo, you name it would create fully accessible video
games. That's not going to happen through talking to them, and national
agencies like NFB, AFB, ACB, etc have no interest in getting involved in
a dispute over game accessibility issues. Weather this case negatively
effects us or not remains to be seen, but we do need a way to bring
these people to the table to at least talk about the issues.
Unfortunately, taking them to court isn't going to make them any more
willing to discuss the issues honestly, and in fact might make them even
more unwilling to do so.
Bryan Peterson wrote:
Even if we win there's every chance it'll just increase the reputation
we already have in some quarters as demanding, spoiled brats. I know
one or two folks like that. Even if we win it could be detremental to us.
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