Charities like this are amazing. My brother in-law, was blind but wanted to experience gaming. We where always on the search for games he could play, there where always rumors of a new game that would focus on sound but we never found one. As gamers we should help others find the same joy in the hobby we have and sound is a great place to start, kudos to EPOS for helping to lead the charge.
I remember watching the news one evening and one of the last stories of the broadcast was about the Special Effects charity. I was so proud to see what the gaming community was doing to spread love and the enjoyment of video games to our disabled brothers and sisters. A huge shout-out to the member's of SpecialEffect, you guys are doing an incredible jobs.
I can't imagine what it's like for someone with a disability to be left out of playing a game or doing something they enjoy so it's great that a company like Special effect is trying to bridge the gap for those differently abled but similarly passionate as anyone else.
I did not know about SpecialEffect until now. I am glad such a charity exists - everyone deserves the amazing experience of being immersed in a good video game, and SpecialEffect is working to remove a prevalent gaming barrier and bring this experience to all.
I'm glad that developers are making their games more inclusive for people with disabilities.
SpecialEffect is a wonderful charity for paving the way to a more open, inclusive, gaming world of tomorrow.