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Submitted by gameswriter 285d ago | article

Computer Game Experiment – Sound without Sound

Make no bones about it computer companies of today invest serious amounts of money on ensuring the sound quality is as fantastic as it possibly can be. I took part in an ‘experiment’ which involved me playing a game that I had never played before to see what kind of difference it would make to the gaming experience if there was no sound. National Statistics suggest stands at around 25,000 for children aged 0-15 years who suffer from deafness I feel fewer of us stop to appreciate just what an impact this can have on just day to day living let alone playing computer games and what a different experience that must be. (PS4, Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition)

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