SpecialEffect had their third outing at the UK's EuroGamer Expo 2012. This time taking a prime spot between the likes of FarCry 3, SimCity, and Assassins Creed 3: Liberation.
Three set-ups were available, being: Portal 3 with highly customised set-up of a chin-mounted joypad and a variety of switches. In the middle was a video show-casing a little of what SpecialEffect is about. On the right was Dirt 3 set-up with eye-gaze control and fastest time competition.
Isaac Harvey won the Dirt 3 competition (pictured playing Halo with his feet below). So good to know a diverse range of people got to understand about game accessibility in this way.
Away from SpecialEffect were a number of games with some good access features. Very much looking forward to pending accessibility boosts to indie-instant-classics DRM and Proteus.
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