Disabled videogamers find more options as EA, others expand choices

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  • Monday, 21 Jan 2019

Aaron Cendan, founder of Stickless Customer Controllers and a grad student at Florida Interactive Entertainment Academy, displays one of the game consoles he has designed to assist injured and handicapped video game players on Thursday, Jan. 10, 2019. (Joe Burbank/Orlando Sentinel/TNS)

Aaron Cendan's new videogame controller features a subtle but significant design change. 

Instead of a joystick, four buttons on the left control the direction a player moves on the screen. 

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