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A high-contrast mode makes The Last of Us II more accessible to visually impaired gamers. Sony Entertainment/Naughty Dog hide caption

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'The Last Of Us Part II' Presents An Accessible Apocalypse

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Ghost of Tsushima gives players a gorgeous world to explore, but the game's story is dragged down by flat characters. Sony Entertainment/Sucker Punch hide caption

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Dina, the love interest in The Last of Us Part II — is a rare bird in gaming: A relatable Jewish character. Sony Entertainment/Naughty Dog hide caption

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In Dungeons & Dragons, races like orcs and the dark-skinned underground elves known as drow will no longer be inherently evil. Courtesy of Wizards of the Coast hide caption

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'Dungeons & Dragons' Tries To Banish Racist Stereotypes

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As you trek through the wilderness of Death Stranding, you'll gradually discover you're not as alone as you think. Sony Interactive Entertainment/Kojima Productions hide caption

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In Valorant, you mostly won't be jumping into direct confrontations — instead, you'll creep around corners to try landing a sneaky shot. Courtesy of Riot Games hide caption

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