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About Adam Vjestica

Adam is the Editor-in-Chief at Sumonix. Adam decided to use his love of writing to talk about all things gaming, with the greater vision of creating a community and fan base with which he could share his passion.
Latest Posts | By Adam Vjestica
5 New Dirty Dubstep Remixes Of Classic Video Game Themes
5 years ago

5 New Dirty Dubstep Remixes Of Classic Video Game Themes

By  •  Features

What’s up, wub-loving wobbuffets! I’m back with a brand new selection of scintillating dubstep remixes of classic video game themes, perfect for battering your brain, irritating old people and reducing buildings to rubble with their booming basslines…
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Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes Review – Snake Charmer
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5 years ago

Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes Review – Snake Charmer

By  •  Reviews

“Prrrrruppphhhhhhh!”

“Huh…? What was that…? CP, come in CP, this is Zulu 7. I heard a suspicious noise just now, I’m gonna go check it out.” Read Review

Titanfall Review – Standby For Awesome
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5 years ago

Titanfall Review – Standby For Awesome

By  •  Reviews

Titanfall has landed, plummeting down from the heavens in a crackle of thunder and smoke. But, even as the dust begins to settle, the shock wave left behind by Respawn Entertainment’s première shooter continues to play havoc with my life. Read Review

Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 Review – Coffin Dodger
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5 years ago

Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 Review – Coffin Dodger

By  •  Reviews

I’m leaping over electric beams, gnawing on exposed wires and scampering around grime-covered vents with a pack of squeaking accomplices. I am – believe or not – a sewer rat.

“Oh, so you’re a rat now…?” My girlfriend asks puzzlingly. “Aren’t you supposed to be Dracula?” Read Review

Nintendo, Where Are All The Games?
5 years ago

Nintendo, Where Are All The Games?

By  •  Features

As a staunch advocate of the Wii U – and a launch day adopter, no less – last week’s Nintendo Direct left me feeling demoralised and frustrated. It was…
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Learn With Pokémon: Typing Adventure Retro Reflection
5 years ago

Learn With Pokémon: Typing Adventure Retro Reflection

By  •  Retro

Typing has become fundamental to humanity’s existence. Ok, maybe that’s a slight exaggeration, but it’s a skill that almost all of us possess and rely on day-to-day. Read Retro

Leave The Wii U Alone!
5 years ago

Leave The Wii U Alone!

By  •  Features

The Wii U has become the Britney Spears of video game journalism. There, I said it. God knows someone had to…
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Whisper It: I’m Bored Of The PS4
5 years ago

Whisper It: I’m Bored Of The PS4

By  •  Features

Like 250,000 other gamers based in the UK, I decided to pick up a PlayStation 4 on launch day. It’s been almost one month since I booted up the console for the first time…
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Super Mario 3D World Review – Magical Mayhem
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5 years ago

Super Mario 3D World Review – Magical Mayhem

By  •  Reviews

There are no guns in Super Mario 3D World – no brutal melee kills or unnecessary expletives. You won’t encounter any micro-transactions forcing you to pay over the odds, a DLC season pass, or any contrived quick-time events covering up a developers’ lack of ideas. Read Review

Debunking The Mystery of Yakuza 4’s ‘For Faith’ Lyrics
5 years ago

Debunking The Mystery of Yakuza 4’s ‘For Faith’ Lyrics

By  •  Features

There’s nothing I love more than a old good sing-along, a holiday to Bulgaria taught me that much. Every night, without fail, me and my friend would take to the stage…
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The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD Review – Riding On The Wind
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5 years ago

The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD Review – Riding On The Wind

By  •  Reviews

Nintendo are renowned for sailing against the wind. I for one hope they never change.

Honestly, trust Nintendo to offer a remastered, ten-year-old GameCube game as their rebuttal to the threat of Sony and Microsoft’s upcoming consoles. If it was anyone else, you’d be forgiven for thinking they’d lost their marbles. Read Review

Splinter Cell: Blacklist Review – Uncle Sam
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5 years ago

Splinter Cell: Blacklist Review – Uncle Sam

By  •  Reviews

Sam Fisher climbs quicker than a starving monkey in pursuit of a ripe, hanging banana. He puts guards to sleep using the back of his thigh, the palm of his hand, the tip of his elbow, or a carefully thrown gas grenade. Read Review