Posts Tagged ‘Ubisoft Reflections’

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: Watch Dogs 2

by Mazen Abdallahon November 17, 2016
Ubisoft’s open-world action title Watch Dogs had a lot of hype when it released, but many gamers felt like it missed the mark. The promise of a game where your smartphone would be your most powerful weapon seemed betrayed by a game that focused much more on traditional run-and-gun action. So when Watch Dogs 2 […]


Review: Watch Dogs

by Nazih Fareson May 27, 2014
A new license is usually a risky experience for a developer, as it can become a meteoric crash. Between the rather excessive ambitions, numerous release reschedules, complex and grueling PR communication, is Watch_Dogs the most anticipated title of 2014? Well, the wait was worth it and I was not disappointed, even if this new Ubisoft […]