Video gaming is a mainstream hobby, but what happens when your needs fall outside of the mainstream? There are gamers who are color blind, who can't hear, or who simply have difficulty with their motor control skills. Gamers with special needs have to be sure the games they buy will accommodate them, and that's where Ablegamers comes in: the website reviews and rates games based on their accessibility, using a variety of criteria.
The site has recently given out the award for the most accessible game of the year. The winner? You may be surprised to learn that it's EA and Bioware's Dragon Age: Origins.