Sekiro Reignites Yet Another Controversy on Game Difficulty and Accessibility

An honest request by disabled gamers gets spun as an attempt to sully creative liberty.

I’ve been relatively privileged in my formative years to have been able to experience many games that one could aptly describe as requiring a long period of adaptation, or otherwise be particularly receptive to memorizing cognitive patterns in order to be consistently good at them. Everything from sports games, racing games, fighting games and even the…

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A. Khaled

A. Khaled

Internet culture scribe with an interest in the digital economy, content creators, media and politics.

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