Reflections Interactive was founded in Newcastle, United Kingdom in 1984 by Martin Edmondson. The company's first successful title which found critical acclaim and commercial success was Shadow of the Beast, selling high numbers on the Amiga system and considered by many to be a merit in visual design.
Similar to spearheading the Amiga system, in 1994 Reflection Interactive developed and designed a title for Sony PlayStation's first wave of games, a game of vehicular mayhem, Destruction Derby, followed by the sequel Destruction Derby 2 in 1996. Another driving game developed by Reflections Interactive was Driver, a cinematic driving game heavily influenced by classic car chase films, and has spawned a series of sequels, most recently Driver: San Francisco.
In August 2006 Reflections Interactive was acquired by Ubisoft and is now known as Ubisoft Reflections Ltd.