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Twitch streamer beats Dark Souls 3 with a single button

Twitch streamer and custom controller creator Rudeism beat Dark Souls 3 on stream earlier today using a homemade, single-buttoned controller that mapped the game’s inputs to Morse code. The streamer started his run two months ago on August 20 and defeated all 19 of the base game’s bosses, according to a celebratory tweet by Rudeism.
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Feature: Steven Spohn On Strides In Accessibility For Gaming, And Nintendo’s Room For Improvement

Earlier this year Steven Spohn hit an incredible fundraising landmark prior to his 40th Birthday; in forming alliances with a lot of creators and gamers globally, along with some welcome support from influential figures, he raised over one million dollars in less than a year and ahead of schedule. It was an indicator of the positives that can be achieved through social media and streaming platforms, a welcome antidote to the problems that can easily be found online. That money is providing a notable boost to AbleGamers, an organisation for which he serves as Chief Operating Officer.
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New database for gaming accessibility launches

A new database for gaming accessibility has been launched, allowing players to make informed choices based on accessibility options. Discussions around accessibility are becoming more open, with Sony promoting the abundance of features present in the likes of The Last of Us Part 2 and Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart, and Psychonauts 2 developer Double Fine highlighting assist features.
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Bungie pledges to make Destiny 2 and its future games more accessible

Bungie has founded a dedicated accessibility initiative to oversee work that will make Destiny 2 and its future games more accessible. The studio outlined its ambitions for Accessibility at Bungie, a new internal Inclusion Club, in a recent blog post. "Its mission is to educate everyone in the company on identifying barriers, to improve workplace accessibility, to make material improvements to the playability of Bungie’s games, and to partner with organizations within the gaming industry who are dedicated to game accessibility," it explains.
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