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Submitted by admiralvic 166d ago | news

AbleGamers Crowns 2013 Accessibility Award Winners

Hardcore Gamer: The AbleGamers Foundation is a fantastic nonprofit charity that focuses on bringing the joy of video games to all gamers, whatever disabilities they may have. (Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn, Industry, The Stanley Parable)

ChaosKnight  +   166d ago
That's really sweet.
MonChiChi  +   166d ago
Congrats FFXIV.

Awards like this mean so much imo but get little praise.
Jubez187  +   165d ago
I'm assuming this is mostly because of the controller settings. It really is revolutionary that they got the controller to feel almost as natural as M/KB. Personally, I prefer it for this game because I feel like I have better control over my character and camera, I can always move and switch targets/use skills seeing as I don't have to keep my fingers on WASD.

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