The Last of Us Part I

Avatar of the game The Last of Us Part I
Naughty Dog
PlayStation 5, PC

The Last of Us Remake is undoubtedly a benchmark leader among games where the developers themselves have implemented accessibility for all groups of people with disabilities. It seems to me that Naughty Dog’s creation can be used as a guide on how to adapt AAA games, and not just them, but any games in general.

The game offers a vast array of accessibility settings, including audio descriptions for cutscenes, navigation assistance, screen reader support, and aim assistance, among many others.

This is a very mature story that tackles a huge number of issues. As you play through this masterpiece, it seems everyone will find something to ponder during their leisure time. The sound design and soundtrack will also not leave you indifferent.

There’s a lot to be said about the game, but I think it’s best to try it once and understand everything for yourself. Hurry up and play, and don’t forget to have tissues ready — you might need them for some of the dramatic plot twists.