I was about to say this... with the difference being that sports
games aren't generally my thing. Action games give me much more of a
thrill to play. And a lot of the better action games such as the Lord
of the Rings games on the ps2 require a lot of running around. The
objective is to kill everything on the level... but on a large
battlefield it's a lot harder to find enemies quickly without sight.
Nevertheless, it's still fun to play... and as tom said, it's worth
it sometimes to get such a great game despite the patience it takes to play it.
At 06:02 PM 07/05/2011, you wrote:
Ah, you are such a spoiled sport. I play a few mainstream games
myself, and figure out how to play it without sight if I can. Right
now I have my eyes on WWE All Stars, which I've tried a little bit on
a friend's XBox 360, and with a little practice you can get80% to 90%
accessibility. What you can't do on your own usually isn't major. Of
course, I am married and can sometimes get sighted assist with some of
the inaccessible stuff so that helps. Sometimes we have to settle for
a little less than perfect accessibility to get truly great games.
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