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Nintendo’s New Games Are Miserable for People With Disabilities

Innovation has its drawbacks

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IIt’s an unspoken downside of innovation: Sometimes a push into new technology can leave certain people behind. Ideas like virtual reality, touchscreens, and 3D television might promise new experiences for most of us. But for people with disabilities, they can mean…




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