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People of every walk of life play games, but gamers with certain disabilities aren't able to enjoy every game that hits the market. Accessibility-minded website Dagers put together a list of the best – and most accessible – games of the year.
Dagers Editor, and ex-GI intern, Josh Straub put together this list of the best games of 2012 for disabled gamers. Diablo III topped the list for its simple controls and extensive customization, not to mention the fact that it is a great game. Check out the full list below, and read Josh's reasonings here.
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I'd say Pokemon would have been higher on the list two generations ago because you could set the L button to work as the A button and play the entire thing with just one hand.
Some of those are a little shocking, especially the action ones. He does make good reasons, though. Nevertheless, keep up the good work, Josh.
This is talking about ease of use, not about technical issues. Obviously technical issues affect everyone, regardless of whether you have a disability or not.