edit: it seems that this game is currently not fully accessible to totally blind players.
I am sorry to have to give this bad news, but thankfully it seems as if the issue in question could be solved relatively easily as long as the publishers are made aware of it, So this may not be true forever.
I would still encourage players with some usable site to try the game though, And if totally blind players are willing to pay for the game in its current state, I'm sure their input would be valuable.
So youtube channel "Illegally Sighted" just uploaded a video walkthrough of the new text to speech support in the 20th anniversary relaunch of this famous medieval strategy game for Global Accessibility Awareness Day, and I have to tell you, it seems legit.
It's not just menus and diologues that are spoken, it's the information needed to play the actual game as well.
The main catch is that you still need to point and click with a mouse and many things aren't laid out in a simple left to right or top to bottom format, but still, everything under the cursor seems to be spoken as you move over it and with some memorization and patients wile exploring the screen I'm confident that it's quite doable.
Here's the video. It's a long one, but he explains some important things so it's worth watching.
I wish I could give you guys more information, but I'm too busy with school and Voc Rehab right now to get into this my self. I wanted to make sure it was brought to everyone's attention though, because it sounds pretty damn playable to me, and with tons of missions and multiplayer support, it definitely seems worth giving it a try.
Lets demonstrate this: stand still Thom...