Friday, March 23, 2007

Retirees find Wii not just for the grandkids

LOS ANGELES, California (Reuters) -- Until two weeks ago, Ruth Ebert never had the slightest interest in the video games favored by her one and only granddaughter.

"I'm 82 years old, so I missed that part of our culture. Soap operas, yes. Video games, no," chirped Ebert, who recently started playing a tennis game on Nintendo Co. Ltd.'s new Wii video game console at the Virginia retirement community she calls home.

CNN report

Monday, March 12, 2007

Interesting article on videogame accessibility

KQED QUEST has an interesting article on videogame accessibility, including game accessibility advancements shown at GDC.