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Disabled Gamer Conquers Grand Theft Auto V With Chin

Posted on Wednesday, March 12 @ 18:13:55 PST by

Lee lives in Great Britain and suffers from spinal muscular atrophy which weakens his muscles and progressively limits his movement, but that hasn't stopped him from finishing 2013's biggest video game, Grand Theft Auto V.

Rockstar Games probably didn't think about Lee when creating their massive and complex open-world action game, but that didn't keep the folks at Special Effect from helping Lee finish Michael, Franklin, and Trevor's story.

Special Effect is a charitable organization that creates equipment to foster inclusion and a sense of normalcy for disabled gamers. "By using technology ranging from modified joypads to eye-control, we're finding a way for people to play to the very best of their abilities. You can see Lee use his equipment in the video above.

While Lee utilizes some very high-tech gear, the charity needs assistance in helping even more gamers. You can go to Special and donate or request help.

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