All gamers are different in many ways from the games we play to the styles in which we play. This especially goes for gamers like myself who live life with a physical handicap and who most of the time have to reconfigure control schemes before starting a new game. It is my honor to announce a new series we are starting called One Limb Left. What is One Limb Left?
It is an exploration of various Nintendo Switch titles, focusing on their overall accessibility and the layout of their various control schemes. This is not a review series, so games and their controls will not be given scores and ratings. Instead, the goal of the series is to provide possible tips and tricks for those who have physical handicaps and see just how accessible the featured game is. But what if you are someone who has full use of their limbs?
There is definitely something for you as well, as you will be given an inside look at how someone like myself both approaches and plays games on Switch. Plus if you know someone who has a physical handicap, you can share this series with them. Also, the way I configure my controller may even be an aid in your quest to defeat Bowser or take down your rivals in Splatoon 2. The series officially starts next Friday on July 20, and new articles will be published every other Friday. As to what our first featured game will be you will have to wait to find out.
We cannot wait for this series to launch next week!
As a gamer with one arm, Nick strives to inform and showcase what it is like to play games from his point-of-view. While his love for RPG’s, fighters, and everything Nintendo is strong, the only thing stronger is his want to become the live-action version of Mega Man. Follow him on Twitter and Instagram @MercWithOneArm.