Most video games are full of action-packed visuals. But visually impaired people still play them. Now, National Public Radio's Rachael Myrow reports, gaming companies are working to make their games more accessible.
Some video games emphasize the sound in your headset rather than the action on the screen. The Nightjar, for example, forces you to listen very carefully.
Narrated by Benedict Cumberbatch, the game has become very popular with blind and visually impaired players.
And Madden NFL, one of the most popular sports games, is also a favorite: Electronic Arts estimates that half a million colorblind people play the game. The company now aims to make all their games accessible to visually impaired people.
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