[games_access] Game Accessibility Guidelines - Breakdown per Genre
blindwolf8 at gmail.com
Sun Jun 21 11:30:30 EDT 2015
If you've got WP experience, go ahead! :-) I would add a submenu for Genres
and then have each suggestion be tagged with the genre and have the submenu
link to all posts tagged with that Genre tag.
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On Jun 21, 2015 9:33 AM, "Andreas Lopez" <andreas.lopez93 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hey Dan,
> you are definitely on the right track, and I believe Gran Turismo 5 and 6
> would make some great examples for accessibility, especially the fact they
> built in 'B-Spec' which is basically you governing a driver, while you are
> like the team captain so to speak. I believe they had audio for when to gas
> up or that you should, etc. But I am not 100% on that. However, even in
> 3rd-person of your car yo usually have your gauge on your HUD.
> To FORCE people to play in 1st person with hands on wheel is a terrible
> thing, because I for example hate it and I somehow drive better in 3rd
> person from slightly behind my car. Perhaps because I grew up with that
> through Need for Speed Underground 1 and what not...
> That said, Ian already got in touch with me regards the tags and filtering
> the wordpress site, since I have extensive Wordpress knowledge, however if
> you believe to know someone who has done thousands of sites - go ahead!
> Whatever is best for the site. I designed and made sure of functionality
> for only few sites, which are these:
> Note that I was working more on design & functionality than content
> (especially MCI Health where I don't work anymore)
> Andreas Lopez
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