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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
Tomb Raider Review – Killer Croft
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6 years ago

Tomb Raider Review – Killer Croft

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There was a time when Lara Croft had the world at her feet. Life-sized cardboard cut-outs, glossy posters, full page magazine spreads, provocative 3D renders, television commercials; no matter where you looked, Eidos Interactive’s busty English archaeologist was practically plastered on everything back in the late ‘90s. Read Review

Persona 4 Golden Review – Midas Touch
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6 years ago

Persona 4 Golden Review – Midas Touch

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Originally released back in 2009 for the PlayStation 2, Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 4 provided an obscure blend of brilliance for RPG fans to sink their teeth into. The taste was wholly unique: a rich narrative intertwined with traditional role-playing elements and a stimulating social simulator proved to be a clever and thoroughly addictive combination. Read Review

Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch Review – Tidy, Mun!
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6 years ago

Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch Review – Tidy, Mun!

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It’s been sixteen years since I’ve felt this way about a video game. Sixteen years of wondering whether this remarkable, ever-changing industry could somehow recapture the feelings that I thought were once forever lost; feelings which I’d slowly begun to dismiss as nothing more than favourable nostalgia and the inexperience of youth. I was wrong to dismiss them — because those feelings were genuine. Read Review

Medal of Honor: Warfighter Review
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6 years ago

Medal of Honor: Warfighter Review

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It seems only fitting that Medal of Honor: Warfighter’s opening scene begins with the player having to perform a double-take. A bearded soldier emerges from the water wearing a boonie hat and a stern expression firmly plastered across his face. No… It can’t be? Captain Price, is that you?! Read Review

What Is Your Scariest Gaming Moment?
6 years ago

What Is Your Scariest Gaming Moment?

By  •  Features

Happy Halloween everybody! To celebrate the spookiest day of the year, we decided to bring you our very first team article as we delve into the past to unearth our scariest gaming moments…
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The Most Memorable Gaming Moments Of This Generation
7 years ago

The Most Memorable Gaming Moments Of This Generation

By  •  Features

On the 22nd of November, 2012, the Xbox 360 will reach the unthinkable achievement of celebrating its seventh birthday in the same console cycle. Microsoft’s nearest rival, the PlayStation 3, is just one year younger…
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How to Name Your Gaming Character
7 years ago

How to Name Your Gaming Character

By  •  Features

“Hey, no name! What’s happening my male Caucasian friend? We’re off to meet blonde hair later, if you fancy it? You can bring blue eyes along too, if you’d like?”…
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Tetris Retro Reflection
7 years ago

Tetris Retro Reflection

By  •  Retro

In 1989, Nintendo obtained the rights to what was to be one of gaming’s finest ever imports. The story of how they did so is, in itself, a truly remarkable tale. Read Retro

Darksiders II Review – Don’t Fear The Reaper
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7 years ago

Darksiders II Review – Don’t Fear The Reaper

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The ‘sequel’ can often be a callous creation. Spawned from the eternal thirst for commercial success and the incessant cry of the almighty dollar, sequels can take on many forms. Throughout this console generation alone, there have been more sequels, prequels and trilogies than any other. Read Review

Deadlight Review – Mr Mime
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7 years ago

Deadlight Review – Mr Mime

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The expansion upon another person’s idea is commonplace in the modern-day video games industry. From the hardware manufacturers’ endless attempts to master another’s initial innovation, to the blockbuster game “inspiring” an endless stream of eager copycats; seemingly, there’s no good idea that cannot be improved upon. Read Review

Cloud Computing: A Glimpse Of My Eternal Hell
7 years ago

Cloud Computing: A Glimpse Of My Eternal Hell

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Naturally, people do have concerns about cloud computing. Nostalgic gamers insist that the loss of physical media would be the most…
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Def Jam Vendetta Retro Reflection
7 years ago

Def Jam Vendetta Retro Reflection

By  •  Retro

The term “rapper” tends to conjure up a number of stereotypical descriptions. Some regard rappers as modern day poets, blessed with an unattainable creative genius, granting them an omnipotent control of the written and spoken word. Read Retro