In just a few days, Apple's new gaming service called Apple Arcade will hit the market. What will it mean to gamers with visual challenges?
In an ideal world, a significant subset of these games will be accessible, and will be clearly marked as such so we can make informed decisions when purchasing and downloading. It will be a platform where we can meet our fully sighted peers on equal terms and have loads of fun.
In the worst case scenario, the dollar's talking will drown out the soft voices asking for ethical conduct, none of the games will be accessible, and the new service will turn out to be yet another playground designed by the ableist for those they consider able, a playground to which only years of begging, with some luck, may grant us equal entry.
Where, within this spectrum, do you all think it will end up?