[games_access] player tailoring, Tomb Raider Underworld
reid at rbkdesign.com
Mon Sep 22 11:57:38 EDT 2008
Agreed, this is smart gamedesign accessibility. But what happens for
designers who want to craft a specific experience for players? It's an
interesting dilemma. I think maybe offer additional option to play the
game as the developers intended. It's like with Horror movies.
Everyone knows they are intended to be watched in the dark and you can
do that, but you can choose to change your lightning environment
without the director trying to stop you. :)
On Mon, Sep 22, 2008 at 6:58 AM, Sandra Uhling <sandra_uhling at web.de> wrote:
> maybe this is a good step to Game Accessibility.
> For Tomb Raider Underworld they will have some interesting changes:
> * the player can disable meta-information (hints, help information)
> * the player can change the difficulty of individual game elements and not the game as a whole
> * access to help system, that gives hints for the next puzzle
> Full text:
> I think that "player tailoring" can be useful for some Game Accessibility rules, like
> changing something for an individual object, instead of the whole game.
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