Final Fantasy 14: A Realm Reborn was one of a handful of games, companies and individuals honoured by AbleGamers for their efforts at inclusivity during 2013.
Borderlands 2 is being tackled by three charity fund-raisers in Scotland to raise money for Special Effect, the foundation that creates controllers so that anyone – regardless of disability – can play games.
UK trade arm TIGA has announced this morning that charity SpecialEffect has joined its ranks.
SpecialEffect’s launched this morning its own iOS app. The app – made by Shane McCafferty, who also made Eurogamer’s application – information, news and case studies for supporters of the charity, which provides support for disabled gamers. There’s more details on GI.Biz.
British Prime Minister David Cameron joined SpecialEffect patron Matt Hampson to open the UK’s first fully accessible Video Games Visitor Centre today.