Posts Tagged ‘Steam’

Review: Ode

by Mazen Abdallahon January 4, 2018
While there have certainly been a lot of diverse concepts in gaming, most titles go for action or adventure, and try for thrills and excitement. However, over the years, a growing number of titles have decided to go in a decidedly docile direction: ambience, atmosphere, and enjoyment. Ode is one such title, and it came […]


by Mazen Abdallahon September 30, 2017
If you’ve read my previous reviews, you know I’m a big fan of indie games. I’m an even bigger fan of indie games that are sponsored by big devs. It’s honestly a great compromise: big studios fund their more popular projects to line shelves, and then they invest in some more experimental titles to give […]

Review: Grow Up

by Nazih Fareson August 24, 2016
With only ten days between its announcement and its release, Grow Home was clearly one of the surprises of 2015 from Ubisoft, which we review on PC. Created by a small group within Ubisoft Reflections studios, it almost became the perfect ambassador of a different approach to games from the giant publisher, adding charm and originality to the […]


Review: Grow Home

by Nazih Fareson February 8, 2015
Reflections Interactive is certainly one of the smallest studios in Ubisoft’s roster. Yet its repertoire has some prestigious licenses such as Destruction Derby, Driver or even Shadow of the Beast if we go back to the days of the Amiga. Lately, the English studio was used primarily as a co-developer of AAA titles including Far Cry 3, Watch […]

How Much Gaming Can You Do With Your Steam Machine?

by Mazen Abdallahon January 14, 2014
The Steam Machines have been announced! Rejoice! Gabe Newel came down from the mountain with his tablets announcing a wide range of hardware running SteamOS. For a few hundred dollars (or 6000, depending on your needs), you can enjoy PC gaming in your living room! Except of course, you can’t play that many games. As […]