Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition
Tomb Raider is an intense and gritty story of the origins of Lara Croft and her ascent from frightened young woman to hardened survivor, armed with only raw instincts and the physical ability of human endurance.
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Single Joystick Style
Versatility Controller V4
Versatility Controller V3
Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition is the best example of what the Kinect Voice Control could do for accessible gaming. Kinect allows you to use voice commands to activate game functions in Tomb Raider, which elimates the need for six function inputs, making it extremly accessible for those with a voice. Unfortunately, the game is very inaccessible if you couldn't use or don't have Kinect hardware (sold separately) or are a single joystick user, due to the fact it requires the need for many function inputs. Also, you may need alot of secondary-assistance if you can't do rapid button presses which is used to pry open locked doors and lock-boxes. This is not any issue for the Versatility Controller V4 which has a turbo feature, that compensates for rapid button presses. So, Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition is the tale of two games that's why I gave it Two Accessibility Ratings.
Game Function Inputs Needed
least number of inputs needed to keep a game playable
Unless You're Using the Versatility Controller V4 Which Has A Turbo Feature
Single Joystick Users - Inputs Needed
Dual Joystick Users - Inputs Needed
Rating With Kinect Voice Control (Sold Separately) & Versatility Control V4
Rating Without Kinect Voice Control & Versatility Control V3