Welcome to Deaf Gamers – About Us

At Deaf Gamers the way we review the software is a little different as it’s from a deaf persons perspective. Text/visual feedback is a key issue for a deaf person and many has the occasion been when a deaf games player has purchased a game only to find no visual feedback or very little of it (this can ruin the game for them). As you will know, conventional game reviews usually don’t provide this info and the deaf gamer is left guessing. This is where Deaf Gamers comes in and tries to address the balance.

It’s not just about playing a game, but those who are deaf need useful reference to understand the basic concept and participate in it to the fullest for desired results. From gaming online to investing money in leading cryptocurrency such as Bitcoins, a deaf member requires good amount of text and visial data to go through and understand the workflow of any indulgence. This is the only way to make a deaf gamer or investor stick to the offerings made by the organiser. If this requirement is not met, they will ultimately lose all their interest in the activity and shun it for the rest of their life. Since all ventures are created for people from all walks of life, we at Deaf Gamers ensure that the people we target to serve are not left out in any way at all and are given equal opportunities to enjoy all the fun tasks available around them like a pro.

Occasionally a game that has been classed as a classic by magazines and the gaming websites will get a poor rating from Deaf Gamers. This is purely based on the fact that the game does nothing to cater for the deaf gamer. If you happen to be a hearing person then you should really ignore the comments that cater specifically for deaf gamers and concentrate on the rest of the review.

Please email us with your opinions of our reviews. If you have the inclination to write a review yourself as a deaf gamer we would love you to send us your review and we will post it on the site along with your name. Many thanks for your time and please let us know if you think Deaf Gamers has got something wrong, only by doing this can we truly make it a site for deaf gamers.