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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
Xbox One: Should We Forgive And Forget?
6 years ago

Xbox One: Should We Forgive And Forget?

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Repellent DRM policies; an all-seeing, ever-listening, always-on camera; an online dependent infrastructure; a short-sighted focus on region specific, multimedia functionality; a multiplayer…
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The Wonderful 101 Review – Wonder Punch
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6 years ago

The Wonderful 101 Review – Wonder Punch

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There’s something incredibly infectious and wholly refreshing about Platinum Games’ approach to video game design. The Japanese studio has become renowned and rightly celebrated for producing high-quality, action-packed titles brimming with eccentric creativity, topped off with an unabashed disregard for the safe and traditional gameplay conventions which so many video games rely on. Simply put, Platinum Games are not afraid to take risks – the bigger, the better, in fact. Read Review

Do Third-Party Publishers Hate Nintendo?
6 years ago

Do Third-Party Publishers Hate Nintendo?

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The Wii U’s distinct lack of third-party support has bore the brunt of many an opinion piece about the console’s premature demise, and it’s…
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DuckTales: Remastered Review – Old Fogey
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6 years ago

DuckTales: Remastered Review – Old Fogey

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Some things are better left in the past: mullet haircuts, parachute pants, and Capcom’s DuckTales. Sadly, the latter is quack. Sorry… back. Read Review

Pikmin 3 Review – Whistle While You Work
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6 years ago

Pikmin 3 Review – Whistle While You Work

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While doctors recommend that we eat five pieces of fruit a day as part of a balanced diet, I’ve managed to consume no less than 66 pieces – freshly squeezed – in just four days. Read Review

The Last of Us Review – Grizzly Guardian
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6 years ago

The Last of Us Review – Grizzly Guardian

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It seems that no matter how many genetic mutations and disfigured freaks of humanity gamers dispose of, our appetite for apocalyptic action is apparently, insatiable.

For developers, it’s become the new go-to fictitious scenario, only surpassed by the military shooter for the award of ‘most oversaturated subject matter of this generation’. Read Review

The Wii U Isn’t Dead; It’s Just Starting To Come Alive
6 years ago

The Wii U Isn’t Dead; It’s Just Starting To Come Alive

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It’s easy to kick someone when they’re down. It’s even easier to lay the boot into the forlorn figure of Nintendo. Just look at them, lying there like such fools…
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Xbox One: Could This Be Microsoft’s Biggest Blunder Yet?
6 years ago

Xbox One: Could This Be Microsoft’s Biggest Blunder Yet?

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The Xbox One is coming. It’s big, boxy and proudly touted as an ‘all in one entertainment’ device. You can control it with your voice, hands, genitalia…
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Resident Evil: Revelations Review – HD Horror
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6 years ago

Resident Evil: Revelations Review – HD Horror

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After a substandard spin-off and a thoroughly disappointing sixth-entry in the Resident Evil series, some may argue that Capcom’s illustrious franchise is in danger of deteriorating quicker than a human infected with the T-Virus. (Itchy… not so tasty.) Read Review

Donkey Kong Country Returns 3D Review – Ape Escape
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6 years ago

Donkey Kong Country Returns 3D Review – Ape Escape

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Throughout its five-year lifecycle, the Nintendo Wii was rightly chastised by some sectors of the gaming community for pandering to one sole demographic: the now infamous ‘casual gamer’.

Party-centric mini-game compilations and waggle infested, lacklustre third-party produce littered the library of Nintendo’s lucrative console, leaving those who desperately sought genuine, quality titles an unbearable swamp of shovelware to wade through. Read Review

Luigi’s Mansion 2 Review – Suck It Up
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6 years ago

Luigi’s Mansion 2 Review – Suck It Up

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Nintendo can often neglect their many endearing mascots. One minute they’re the centre of the company’s attention, spoilt with unprecedented devotion and a renewed sense of enthusiasm; the next, they’re thrown into a golden, impenetrable vault, guarded by Twinbellows, sealed shut until the stars and planets align in a particular way that pleases the master of mascot creation himself, Shigeru Miyamoto. Read Review

Monster Hunter 3: Ultimate Review – Patience, Practice
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6 years ago

Monster Hunter 3: Ultimate Review – Patience, Practice

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It’s difficult to pinpoint the exact moment when the above combination of Katakana characters changed from altogether meaningless, to a genuine point of interest in my life. Perhaps it was after I’d slain my first Grand Jaggi in the sandy plains, battling the shrieking wyvern with dogged persistence until it succumbed to the force of my blade. Read Review