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About Vince Shuley

Vince Shuley is a Senior Contributor at Sumonix. An Australian expat living in Whistler, Canada, Vince is a freelance writer for magazines and websites around the world specialising in action sports, mountain pursuits and video games.
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03: Star Wars
3 years ago

03: Star Wars

We’ve got our tickets for the world premier of Star Wars: The Force Awakens this week, so to celebrate we’ve made our third episode of Three Peaks Podcast all about Star Wars.

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Nintendo Quest Review
3 years ago

Nintendo Quest Review

By  •  Reviews

I’m a big fan of gaming nostalgia. Anything that stirs up my retro appreciation, whether it’s a pixelated protagonist, insane difficulty curves or a kickass 8-bit chip tune…
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02: All About Fallout
3 years ago

02: All About Fallout

War. War never changes. Braden and I have been busy putting every spare hour into Fallout 4 and on this week’s episode we discuss our impressions of Bethesda’s latest tour-de-force and the different ways we are exploring the Wasteland.

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01: Welcome to Three Peaks
3 years ago

01: Welcome to Three Peaks

Fresh from the snow covered slopes of Whistler, Canada, our new Three Peaks Podcast brings you the latest in video game and nerd culture.

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Why Fallout Shelter was Marketing genius
3 years ago

Why Fallout Shelter was Marketing genius

By  •  Features

There’s no denying that mobile games are rapidly invading our gaming lives. And it’s understandable that core gamers immediately raise their shields, defending against freemium pay models and pop-up ads…
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Rebel Galaxy Review – Among The Stars
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3 years ago

Rebel Galaxy Review – Among The Stars

By  •  Reviews

It may have the name of a Disney-fueled Star Wars spin-off, but from the initial loading screen, Rebel Galaxy sets its own unique tone. Read Review

Can the Steam Controller Replace Your Keyboard and Mouse?
3 years ago

Can the Steam Controller Replace Your Keyboard and Mouse?

By  •  Features

The age-old debate over which control system is superior for playing first-person shooter games (keyboard and mouse or a tradtional gamepad) has been raging for what seems like decades now…
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Train Valley Review – Derailed
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3 years ago

Train Valley Review – Derailed

By  •  Reviews

There’s something to be said about the “ain’t broke, don’t fix it” philosophy, especially in video games. That’s why every good combat game feels like Batman: Arkham Asylum and every open world environment feels like Liberty City. Read Review

An Indie Game Revolution at the EMP Museum
3 years ago

An Indie Game Revolution at the EMP Museum

By  •  Features

Last month I was in Seattle for the first time on a mini-vacation when on the way to the well-worn tourist trap of the Space Needle, I passed by a peculiar looking building with banners not unlike the cover art for Fez outside advertising…
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Explore the Injustice of Racist Police Violence in &maybetheywontkillyou
3 years ago

Explore the Injustice of Racist Police Violence in &maybetheywontkillyou

By  •  Features

Games provide many portals to how we perceive the world, through either realistic depictions or fictional fantasies. While many games stick to the tried and tested formula of shooting people in the face, through design, games can explore…
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Soldier of Fortune Retro Reflection
3 years ago

Soldier of Fortune Retro Reflection

By  •  Retro

I usually reserve my Retro Reflection pieces for pre-2000s era games, preferring to enlighten you, our audience, on the pixelated games that stood out before the advent of Quake III graphic engines and online multiplayer fiascoes.

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A Rookie’s Guide to Prison Architect
3 years ago

A Rookie’s Guide to Prison Architect

By  •  Features

Since the birth of the Personal Computer, simulations have been a cornerstone of gaming. The very first Sim City blew us all away back in 1989, the micromanagement of a city built from the ground up leading to obsession for many a budding PC gamer…
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