Unplayable: Disability and the Gaming Revolution is an Arts programme.
Unplayable: Disability and the Gaming Revolution
For decades, there has been a sizeable gap between the popularity of video games and their accessibility to disabled people. But after years of advocacy work, that is changing. Not only are games becoming more accessible, but in the booming world of competitive games, disabled players are taking part in the world's biggest tournaments. Here, blind gamer Steve Saylor and reveals what these changes mean to disabled people through the characters and stories that have been instrumental in making gaming more accessible.
Running Time: 30 minutes (approx)
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