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Xbox just got more disability-friendly


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Sophia Swinford - published on 06/02/18

Microsoft's latest release has received praise from a wide variety of gamers.

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If you don’t live with a disability, it’s easy not to notice just how many everyday tasks are affected by our ability to do what we’re used to doing — such as playing video games. But Microsoft hasn’t forgotten their customers with disabilities.

Recently, the technology company released a new Xbox controller meant to be more accessible to those with physical disabilities, and the feedback has been full of praise.


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