Playstation 4 and Xbox One Accessibility Hopes

The Playstation 4 and Xbox One unsurprisingly turn out to have very poor support so far for disabled gamers. On the physical side, the controllers are harder than ever to hack/adapt and no previous Xbox 360 or PS3 controllers will so far work on them to play games.

That's a shame, and a nightmare and huge barrier to many people unable to use standard joypads or motion controls. The bright side is that although there's little hope that Microsoft and Sony are about to get their act together regarding game accessibility, there's hopes that others will find some solutions. The CronusMax shows a glimmer of hope for PS4 access. Fingers are crossed.

CronusMax link via Bill and Gavin at SpecialEffect. Control via Kieran Nolan.

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