[games_access] IGDA Newsletter, Great Story on Page 16 and 17.

D. Michelle Hinn hinn at uiuc.edu
Mon Feb 8 22:26:50 EST 2010

Great article! The Prospective Newsletter is a new format rather than
the old text newsletter -- you are right it's looking really great!

Dragon Age will certainly be considered for the ELAN award shows
"Most Accessible Mainstream Game of 2009" award -- it will be going
against a number of games in a multitude of genres but certainly it's
a very strong entry! This is the first time that an industry award
show has picked up the torch of accessibility (believe me, I
know...I've been arguing for shows to include this for years and
years now and they put it into the show when finalizing their
categories in November!). I really feel like all of us are moving in
the right direction!

So good on you Mark for getting game accessibility into the
newsletter in such a big way! You should be proud!


On Feb 8, 2010, at 3:57 PM, Mark Barlet wrote:

> All,


> IGDA members should have just got an email about the new Feb issue

> of Prospective Newsletter. Looks great, (gets bigger every month).

> Anyway AbleGamers Accessibility Game of the Year award has a great

> 2 page story on the topic of the award and Dragon Age's

> accessibility plus. It is great to see game accessibility in the

> newsletter of IGDA. I am very proud.


> Here is a link to the feb Newsletter...


> http://www.igda.org/sites/default/files/February2010-

> IGDA_Perspectives.pdf


> Mark C. Barlet

> AbleGamers Foundation Inc.



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