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3-01-2011 @ 7:11PM
While I do not have a disability which hinders my gaming ability (I am blind in one eye and nearsighted in the other, but still capable of seeing normally otherwise aside from needing a slight increase in font-size), I greatly appreciate this article and what it covers. Too many people think only of wheelchairs and such when considering alternative options for disabled people - it's nice to see Blizzard, both by itself and through third-party addons, manages to keep their game accessible for those whose phycial ability lies outside the normal range.
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