Number of publications: 19
Jerry Bonner has been a professional writer/editor for well over two decades in a variety of mediums including: journalism, copywriting, screenwriting, video game scriptwriting, comic/graphic novel writing, marketing communications, and technical writing. Currently, he is working for the Chinese video game company, TapTap, as a writer/editor/voice talent. In the past he has written for Microsoft/Mojang, WIRED, Playboy, IGN, 1UP, Gentleman’s Quarterly (GQ), Electronic Gaming Monthly (EGM), Ars Technica, Yahoo!, What They Play, GamePro, Imagine Publications (NOW Gamer, X360, Play tm, Retro Gamer, etc.), and many others. Since 2020, he has written reviews, previews, and essays for Gamepressure. While he enjoys all genres of games, his favorites are action, FPS’s, narrative adventure, and sports. In his free time, he enjoys reading, films, collecting vinyl records, cooking, and playing pickleball while trying to avoid getting cripplingly injured in his “advanced” age.
Songs of Conquest Preview: Singing Hymns of High Praise
10 May 2022
Is Songs of Conquest the Heroes of Might and Magic 3 worthy successor? Do we have a winner? Here's our preview of the Early Access version.
Have You Found Atari Today?
27 March 2022
Jerry, our investigative journalist, set out to trace Atari's legacy in the US. The games may have changed, but the amount of fun hasn't. If you're into retro stuff, you should love this one.
Concerning Skyrim - Dragons, Unicorns and Refrigerators
24 March 2022
A return to Skyrim is no surprise. It's a game we'll be returning to even 20 years from now. This time Jerry Bonner returned to TES V with Skyrim: The Anniversary Edition. And it turns out it's as good as ever.
Who Rules The Retro Gaming Roost On YouTube?
22 March 2022
This is a niche, but every gamer should know about it.Retro gaming is great and still practiced. Jerry talks about his past while talking a lot about the world today.
Syberia: The World Before Review - Same As It Ever Was?
16 March 2022
Point'n'click games are not dead! Syberia 4 – The World Before – is back and will once again take us to the cold lands where we will solve illogical puzzles. Read our review.
Succubus Review: Dollar Store Doom Or Hellish Delight?
06 October 2021
The sequel to the infamous Agony is coming. This game is hell. And while it has its moments, you wouldn't want to explore that hell.
Rummaging For Remakes - Retro Games That Deserve a Remake
04 October 2021
Old games for the first computers, Atari, ZX Spectrum or Commodore 64, need their voice. They may have aged a lot, but they still deserve... a remake!
Clid the Snail Preview - It's Earthworm Jim Goes To Hell!
12 August 2021
Fun with anthropomorphic gastropods in a bleak, dystopian future. Yeehaa. Read our Clid The Snail preview.
Spurning the Call Home to Azeroth - Will People Leave World of Warcraft?
11 August 2021
Long-time World of Warcraft players sound off on where they now stand on Activision/Blizzard and the game that they love.
Blightbound Review: A Dungeon Crawler by Any Other Name
28 July 2021
This game won't change the world, and it's certainly not the best in its genre. It does, however, have the ability to enchant for several long hours. Some elements should be refined though. Read our Blightbound review.
Death's Door preview - Overarching, Somber Yet Wryly Humorous
30 June 2021
Death's Door is an interesting game that can be a lot of fun even before its release. We have already played it - read our preview.
Hot Wheels Unleashed Preview - Tiny Cars Big Ambitions!
24 June 2021
The iconic cars are back – Hot Wheels Unleashed is an interesting racing game for kids. And for those who have collected famous cars. And for those who have ever stepped on them.
Hokko Life Early Access Review: Hmmm, I Think I’ve Played this Game Before...
28 May 2021
Hokko Life is a good game and a great copy of Animal Crossing. Unfortunately, it doesn't try to be original in any way.
Wolfenstein 3D: Blade Of Agony - The Mod To End All Mods
13 May 2021
29 years after its initial release, Wolfenstein 3-D is still kicking ass and taking names. B. J. Blazkowicz returns in Wolfenstein: Blade of Agony – one of the best mods ever delivered for any video game.
New Pokemon Snap Review: Back Behind The Lens
04 May 2021
The endlessly charming Nintendo IP finally returns to homes after a 22 year hiatus. With the Switch release, Bandai Namco breathes lots of fresh air into the classic, bringing an extensive and faithful production.
Smelter Review - Beyond Platforming Heaven And Hell
27 April 2021
It’s as if the SNES classics ActRraiser and Mega Man X got married, had a baby, and called it… well, Smelter, which is an awful name, honestly.
Narita Boy and the Double-Edged Techno Sword of Nostalgia
20 April 2021
Of the numerous ways to market a pop-culture product such as a video game, nostalgia is probably the sneakiest. It flaunts the promise of reliving the good ol' days, never coming clean about nostalgia's contradictory nature that prohibits its fulfilment.
Black Powder Red Earth Review - A Rage Quitter's Paradise
30 March 2021
Black Powder Red Earth is a game based on an interesting idea, but in the end it's more annoying than fun. Definitely not for everyone.
Stronghold: Warlords Review - The Sims Go to War!
08 March 2021
Stronghold: Warlords allows you to bare-witness the tumultuous history of the Eastern Asian continent, depicting wars of the fearsome Mongol Horde, among others. The game is terribly engrossing, offering diverse missions and even some decisions to make.