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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
Why the Nintendo 3DS Leaves Consumers Confused
5 years ago

Why the Nintendo 3DS Leaves Consumers Confused

By  •  Features

When the Nintendo 3DS was revealed, critics and fans alike believed Nintendo had miraculously produced another masterpiece that would solidify its never ending dominance of the handheld market….
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Top 10 Villains Who Deserve To Be Loved
5 years ago

Top 10 Villains Who Deserve To Be Loved

By  •  Features

Everyone loves a hero. Saving the day, vanquishing evil and basking in the glory of countless admirers are all perks heroes can enjoy. However, for every great hero, there is a villain…
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How to Cure your Achievement Addiction
5 years ago

How to Cure your Achievement Addiction

By  •  Features

When the Xbox 360 arrived back in 2006, consumers were wowed by the stunning next-generation visuals, wireless ergonomic controllers…
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Commandos: Behind Enemy Lines Retro Reflection
5 years ago

Commandos: Behind Enemy Lines Retro Reflection

By  •  Retro

“Officer, your mission is simple. You are to navigate your men through a heavily guarded German base, disable the electrified fence, steal some explosives, blow up the dam and return home to safety in the escape vehicle. I want everyone back alive, good luck, officer.” Read Retro

Metro 2033 Review – Subway Life
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5 years ago

Metro 2033 Review – Subway Life

By  •  Reviews

The year is 2033. Life as we know it has changed. A brave new world exists that no man could have ever envisioned. The sky is torn; struggling to adapt to the foreign chemicals that pollute the atmosphere. The air is unbreathable, the scorched earth infertile and the surface that was once populated by humans is now a barren wasteland, occupied by twisted and incomprehensible creatures. This is the aftermath of an apocalyptic disaster. Read Review

The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker Retro Reflection
5 years ago

The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker Retro Reflection

By  •  Retro

Typically, when a new Zelda game is announced everyone is feverishly commenting on the scale of the adventure that awaits them or reminiscing in the nostalgic feelings that few franchises such as The Legend of Zelda can provide. Read Retro

Killzone 3 Review – Ghastly
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5 years ago

Killzone 3 Review – Ghastly

By  •  Reviews

I’ve always enjoyed the Killzone series. The first game on the PlayStation 2 was a visceral, atmospheric, though flawed experience. Unfortunately, Killzone managed to obtain the unenviable title of being proclaimed as PlayStation’s Halo killer, a difficult task considering Halo had re-defined and set the new gold standard for the first-person-shooter genre. Read Review

PES 2012: First Impressions
5 years ago

PES 2012: First Impressions

By  •  Features

Recently, Konami released the first of two promised PES 2012 demos for the PC and PS3 (the Xbox 360 demo was delayed at the final hour due to an unforeseen error). Konami have specifically stated that this demo is running on very early preview code and that the second demo…
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Batman: Arkham Asylum Review – Batman Begins
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5 years ago

Batman: Arkham Asylum Review – Batman Begins

By  •  Reviews

Generally, when a game is developed to coincide with a blockbuster movie it’s almost a cruel guarantee that the game will be dreadful. Rushed gameplay, bland graphics and a rehash of a films storyline is usually a staple of the final product. There have of course been some outstanding exceptions to this disappointing cycle (Goldeneye on the N64 is a prime example), but the reason these games succeed is that they identify and apply the strengths of the film, whilst making sure that it’s first and foremost, a good game. Read Review

Get Rid of Your Fear of PC Gaming
5 years ago

Get Rid of Your Fear of PC Gaming

By  •  Features

Like the majority of gamers, I grew up happily suckling on the comforting teat of gaming consoles. I fondly remember my first console, the Sega Megadrive…
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Parappa the Rapper Retro Reflection
5 years ago

Parappa the Rapper Retro Reflection

By  •  Retro

Eminem, Dr. DRE, Snoop Dog, Jay-Z, hell, even 50 Cent. All these renowned superstar rappers have one thing in common: they ain’t got sh** on Parappa. Read Retro