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The reaction of a blind Gamer to the accessibility options of The last of us 2

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The reaction of a blind Gamer to the accessibility options of The last of us 2

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It’s touching to see that Naughty Dog has thought of these people on a level that, by reaction, is unheard of.

To see that the video game industry cares about players is something that really is, minimal knot, enriching. Steve Taylor is a youtuber – he is also a consultant – and is also practically blind.

But still… is a gamer.

Many may say… but how does a blind man play video games? If I play them then it’s not blind!

Well… the reality is that the blind play… But in this case, this gentleman is not exactly blind… he sees something, but in a tunnel-like distortion. For example, when you say that someone has a 20/20 view, that person basically sees things at 20 meters, as if they were 20 meters away.

Now this gentleman has a condition in which his vision is 20/200, that is, what for us is 20 meters, he sees as if he is 200. This implies that it will visualize everything blurry, and has to be with its eyes quite close to the screen.

But he can really see something. He’s not completely blind, and he can play.

However, what this player came across in The last of us 2 was something that surprised him. Accessibility options have led to this reaction:

I’ve been reluctant to post this.

I recorded my reaction when I saw the #accessibility Settings in #TheLastofUsPartII for the first time thinking it would be a fun video for posterity. I… did not expect this.

This is why we do what we do. 😢

Thank you @Naughty_Dog. pic.twitter.com/D5Or2B9Tfw

— Steve Saylor (@stevesaylor) June 12, 2020

And later made this video:

It’s more of a credit to Naughty Dog. A company obsessed with detail, and not forgetting those with disabilities.

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