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Former Game Informer intern Josh Straub has compiled a selection of gadgets, games, and other gifts ideal for the disabled gamer in your family.
Whether you're a gamer who has accessibility requirements in your gaming, or you have a disabled family member or friend who you'll be shopping for, you may want to check out dagersystem's recent Holiday Accessibility Buying Guide. With gift ideas ranging from $20 to $350, you should find a gift to fit your budget.
While you're there, check out Josh Straub's extensive reviews of games and hardware written with accessibility in mind, including Halo 4, Lego Lord of the Rings, and the Wii U.
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I might get a new XBOX with at least 5 of the newest games. I definitely want to grab some GameStop gift cards to purchase my early pre - order DLC for COD Black Ops 2, Halo 4, and Assassin's Creed 3. I already pre ordered GTA V.
I recommend Pokemon Black 2 to anyone.
AC III is at the very top of my holiday playing list. Plus trying out the huge backlog I already have.
Cool list. Good job getting it together, people with disabilities are all too often overlooked when gaming is concerned. It's good to know some companies are catching up to the needs of some of their players.
I remember Josh Straub. He was cool.