Wed, Sep 10, 2008 | 15:22 BST
Ubisoft releases Handigo, says subtitles to be as standard
With the proviso to make video games more accessible, Ubisoft has released Handigo The Game: a “serious game” created in conjunction with Handicap International as part of the Ability Together campaign.
Ubisoft has also announced that from now on, all its in-house titles will include subtitles.
Handigo consists of three mini-games “that each represent a different type of impairment. Every levels ends with a message intended to help the player learn to distinguish between disabilities and understand common everyday obstacles.”
The first Ubisoft games to be subtitled will be Prince of Persia, Far Cry 2 and Shawn White Snowboarding.
More of this sort of thing please.
Thanks, Game Informer.
By Mike Bowden