You being serious? Your solution is that people with disabilities should just find a different hobby?
Imagine if you took that attitude towards everything in life "I don't want to change, I want the world to change for me!"
Yes it sucks if you or someone you know has epilepsy, but there's a reason many games have disclaimers/warnings and EULA's that essentially indemnify companies of any liability and warn you ahead of time.
Yes, most companies WILL try to avoid unnecessary stuff to "trigger" seizures, but to act so infantile about your (or someone else's disability) is frankly speaking...bullshit.
If someone gets seasick easily THEY either avoid going on boats, or THEY go buy medicine, they don't board the boat and then demand that the captain provide them with the medicine and demand that he sail as smooth as possible.
If you think it's right for people to demand like that, that's how you end up with a society full of Karens.