Games a 'healthy escape,' say disabled readers

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By Kristin Kalning
Games editor
msnbc.com

Should game developers do more to make their products more accessible?  For readers, that’s a no-brainer.

Last week, I asked you to tell me if games had helped you  — or someone you know — contend with a disability. My column profiled one particular gamer, Nissa Ludwig, who asserted that games helped her stay connected to the outside world.

What I heard from you, overwhelmingly, was that games keep you feeling vital, connected, intellectually engaged and occupied.  Read more.

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