The GamePad Helped My Daughter Play Her First Game (and She's Almost Blind)

Jeremy Powers tells the inspirational tale of how the Wii U Gamepad and Nabbit in New Super Luigi U helped his nearly blind daughter play her very first video game.

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Kingthrash3602273d ago

yeah, thats great!
but I bet no politicians will talk about that......its, toooooo...positive.
as a gamer im happy for her! XD

RicardJulianti2273d ago

I wouldn't be surprised if this took a long time to get approved because of its positive nature. Which is simply ridiculous.

This is even better than when people lose 100 pounds doing Wii Fit or any of the Kinect exercise things. Truly a great story.

vishmarx2273d ago are the devil!!/s

cleft52273d ago

Yeah this really is great. I am always happy to see new people getting into gaming, especially kids. Gaming was pretty much my safe heaven when I grew up as a kid, so I am all about spreading gaming to as many people as possible.

Africa-Garvey2273d ago

Wii U is an HEALING machine!!!

rezzah2273d ago

Makes me think, if I ever lost my eyesight I'd probably resort to listening to "movies" of video games on youtube.

I'm glad that she was able to enjoy playing on a game console.

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Adolph Fitler2273d ago

So Nintendo are so desperate they are trying to market there machine to the blind now.

vishmarx2273d ago (Edited 2273d ago )

remember Dumb and Dumberer?Wii u is the parrot lmao

on a side note pickup your flame shields

Neonridr2273d ago

wow, I hope you never have a child with a disability.. or a child for that matter.

JuleyJules2273d ago

Wow! It's incredible that you turn such a beautiful story into such BS by bashing Nintendo and the writer who can now play videogames with his daughter who is nearly blind. Very pathetic on your part. I agree with Neonridr and hope you never have kids. Unbelievable that you would say such stupid things.

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