Dragon Age Receives Recognition from Disabled Gamers
Ablegamers recently gave Dragon Age: Origins their "2009 Mainstream Accessibility Award," which recognizes the game for going above and beyond to accommodate the needs of disabled gamers.
According to the award page, the elements that separated Dragon Age: Origins from the pack were the game's excellent subtitle options, diverse play methods (mouse + keyboard, just mouse, etc.), large fonts, pause feature (ensuring that even the cognitively impaired can whip darkspawn butt), and lots of other small things that make the game friendly to all gamers.
You should check out the full article, especially if you're in game development. We don't usually think of omitted subtitles or small fonts as gamebreaking, but for some people they are. Way to go, Bioware, and congratulation to Dragon Age: Origins.