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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.
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Alan Wake Review – Book Smarts
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10 years ago

Alan Wake Review – Book Smarts

By  •  Reviews

Released exclusively for the Xbox 360 in 2010, Remedy’s long awaited physiological thriller, Alan Wake, has finally stumbled out of the darkness and made its way onto the PC platform. With their previous games Max Payne and Max Payne 2 initially releasing on the personal computer, it’s refreshing to see that Remedy haven’t forgotten where they first cut their teeth in the world of video games Read Review

Oddworld: Abe’s Oddysee Retro Reflection
11 years ago

Oddworld: Abe’s Oddysee Retro Reflection

By  •  Retro

So you hate your job. You weep every night, dreading the next day’s laborious activities. Your boss treats you like a slave, an exaggeration of the grueling tedium that slowly grinds down your daily, waning motivation. Read Retro

Thrasher Presents Skate And Destroy Retro Reflection
11 years ago

Thrasher Presents Skate And Destroy Retro Reflection

By  •  Retro

There comes a point in every young man’s life – usually around the early teen years – when an incomprehensible desire will awaken. A strange inkling for a wooden board with wheels will form an unlikely…
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ISS Pro 98 Retro Reflection
11 years ago

ISS Pro 98 Retro Reflection

By  •  Retro

1998 was a truly memorable year for football. Manchester United had completed an illustrious treble winning season (curse them), the wonder and eccentricity of a World Cup was sweeping the nation and Michael Owen announced his presence on the world’s stage with THAT goal against Argentina Read Retro

Crash Bandicoot Retro Reflection
11 years ago

Crash Bandicoot Retro Reflection

By  •  Retro

Back in the days of relative console infancy, there was an unwritten rule when it came to launching a brand new console. Read Retro

The Gaming Industry’s Greatest Lies
11 years ago

The Gaming Industry’s Greatest Lies

By  •  Features

They say that honesty is the best policy. Please. In the ever-evolving universe of video games, honesty is a policy which is regularly scoffed at, laughed at, and ridiculed with an astonishing level of consistency reaching frightening heights during the run up to a new console release…
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Luigi’s Mansion Retro Reflection
11 years ago

Luigi’s Mansion Retro Reflection

By  •  Retro

You can’t help but feel sorry for Luigi. Regularly eclipsed by his older brother’s more sizeable shadow, Luigi admirably sticks to a low-carb diet, passionately pioneers interesting inventions and works hard to broaden his existing repertoire. Read Retro

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Review – Go Here, Go There
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11 years ago

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Review – Go Here, Go There

By  •  Reviews

Grab a sword, a quiver of arrows and your finest Elven armour. Cancel all social engagements, stock up on food supplies and kiss your loved ones goodbye. It’s time to embark on a heroic journey, one which will be carved by your own two hands; a glorious tale retold through hearsay, legend and the musical stylings of a local town bard. Read Review

Assassin’s Creed: Revelations Review – Deja Vu
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11 years ago

Assassin’s Creed: Revelations Review – Deja Vu

By  •  Reviews

Ah, Mr. Ezio Auditore da Firenze. It’s good to see you again. Why it feels as if it was only yesterday that we accompanied each other through the cultured streets of Rome, murdering and pillaging those Templar scoundrels along the way. I fondly recall the time when we scaled countless magnificent monuments, recklessly swan diving to an almost certain demise, only to land playfully in a coincidentally placed cart of hay. Read Review

Super Mario 3D Land Review – He’s Back!
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11 years ago

Super Mario 3D Land Review – He’s Back!

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Instantly recognisable, extraordinarily charming and enduringly brilliant, Mario is a timeless patron for all that is good in video games. Encompassing a myriad of different platforms throughout his renowned history, Mario manages to captivate a new generation of gamers, whilst redefining the expectations of fans who already have their own fantastic memories of the portly plumber. Iteration after iteration, Mario spearheads ingenuity and creativity, never faltering on areas such as quality, presentation and the most important aspect of all, fun. Read Review

5 Dirty Dubstep Remixes of Classic Video Game Themes
11 years ago

5 Dirty Dubstep Remixes of Classic Video Game Themes

By  •  Features

I’ve always considered myself to be a rather cool cat, cooler than the water in the swimming pool so to speak. So, it was with great pleasure that…
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ChuChu Rocket! Retro Reflection
11 years ago

ChuChu Rocket! Retro Reflection

By  •  Retro

There’s a scarce selection of video games which have managed to obtain the illustrious title of one that can ‘bring me to tears’. Read Retro