A vision for improvement

5:31 PM, Jun 18, 2013   |    comments
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KANSAS CITY, Missouri (KSHB) -- Reading the menu for Super Smash Brothers' Melee isn't a problem for Duyahn Walker.

He's played it enough to know how to start the game even though he can't see the instructions on his TV screen.

Walker, 35, has a large collection of video games. It's a passion that his visual impairment hasn't prevented him from enjoying.

But when a new game comes out with an unfamiliar menu, he is stuck. Walker, who is partially sighted, can't always navigate the menu for the video games he wants to play.

"If there's a menu, well I can't see it," he said. "I have no idea what I'm doing. I just have to guess and hope that I guess correctly."

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