The most important issues are the lack of consistency in the interactive elements of the wish list, the screens loaded in content, the lack of information on the types of games on the wish list, and the need for the player to use browser tools (the back button and even see the tabs) to accomplish the objectives of the evaluated scenario. A return on the design of the integration and the page structures could solve these problems.
Usability tests supported many of the issues raised in the heuristic evaluations, the main problems being the lack of consistency and redundancy in the interaction flow to accomplish the scenario tasks that the expert user was able to circumvent with browser tools, but that the less experienced user could not get around.
When the site is translated into a language that reads from right to left there is no adaptation to elements of the site. Considering this would be important since the Asian market, among others, is potentially important.
The detected accessibility problems can be corrected mainly with the addition of description in the image tags and by enlarging the texts too small.
For each problem found, a recommendation to fix the problem was made.