This really kills of people trying to hard to be inoffensive (and not paying any attention to the people they are so afraid of offending), such as saying African American, even when in case you ask nearly everyone in that community, they prefer to be called Black. Just to be 100% clear, if you missed my additional comment about this, I'm a disabled person myself.
Thank you so much for posting this! I've slightly impaired mobility in my palms and movie games are a real challenge for me. I love the fact that this system makes it a lot easier for people with impaired mobility. I expect one day, all of video games have a style for people with impaired mobility!
I've trouble with planning in animal crossing. Materials such as fishing, digging and setting paths and stuff like that. So I truly want more access options in the sport. I might imagine that would make it far easier when using a controller such as that one.
I find Nintendo games vary a lot. I've ring match adventure and there's so many choices in that game to configure it for different physical skills (even though it may take a little hunting ) then animal Crossing as others mentioned relies on numerous sound clues. I don't get why they're so bad or inconsistent
That is wonderful! My husband recently became disabled a couple of months ago because of a bad car crash. We're still looking for out what everything are out there so he can do things such as this and be on the computer easier.
How awesome. I hope more technology like this has a flourish and helps more people who might not be able to experience whole function in gaming/anything really. I can envision having limited mobility might be quite frustrating, so I'm glad you are able to get your islanding on in a comfortable and accessible manner. I got ya. Thanks to this positive narrative of the day. It is actually nice to find that a few things actually do change, and they change for the better.