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(R.I.P.) A solid mainstream gaming site that provides robust blogs for its users. 

Their description reads "Games, Comics, and Life" and you will find plenty of all three there. 

Localization company that also makes an incredibly enjoyable podcast.
 
Atypical game reviews by Tim Rogers and other writers.
 
Stu Carter's entertaining toy reviews.
 
A fine source for video game culture.
 
An outstanding place to find LEGO reviews.
 
A wonderful resource about bad stuff. 

Hub for designer Cory Schmitz's skillful work.
 
The best spot for Boku no Natsuyasumi and Game Center CX episode information.
 
Danny Cowan's outstanding gaming blog.
 
Mathew Kumar's classy independent gaming zine.
 
Still the most extensive collection of video game FAQs/walkthroughs anywhere.
 
One of the classiest video game zines that ever existed.
 
(R.I.P.) Lots of niche gaming tidbits and home to the Game Time column.
  
Jamie Love's gaming site that sometimes features Mister Raroo articles.
 
Brian Ochalla's awesome video game blog that's heavy on retro gaming love. 
 
A ridiculously thorough recap of Nintendo information posted on various gaming sites plus some original stuff, too.
 
An exhaustive looks at the types of games dedicated enthusiasts care about.
 
Raina Lee (1up Mega-Zine) goes through 35 years' worth of stuff in a huge garage. 
 
Jenn Frank's site "Exploring the value of videogames-as-iconography in art, literature, and popular culture."
 
The off-the-beaten-track gaming site that Brandon Sheffield built.
 
There are gaming journalists, and then there is Jeysen.
 
One of the better high-profile gaming news and reviews websites. 
 
Frank Cifaldi's website about unreleased video games.
 
Kevin Gifford's blog covering video games, Japan, and other such things.

Charming artwork from the creator of Letters to an Absent Father.
 
One of the top online sources for import video games.
 
Perhaps the most infamous gaming forum around, but a spectacular source for information.

Nifty video game-inspired artwork and the like from Lamar Abrams.
 
A thorough collection of graphic novel/anime reviews for librarians. Mister Raroo writes reviews for NFNT.

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SignofZeta's super podcast about vintage anime, toys, video games, and the like. 

Creator of amazing pixel art.

One of the best online sources for import games at decent prices.
 
A wonderful collection of retro gaming information.
 
The home of Ray Barnholt's self-published video game magazine.
 
Joel Hamilton's Neo Geo Pocket website that Mister Raroo wrote reviews for once upon a time.
 
Leigh Alexander's personal video game blog.
 
Remains the best place to find information about one of gaming's most niche subgenres.

YouTube channel of Kaz's favorite Skylander-loving family.

The gaming (and, uh... baking?) blog of Jeremy Parish and guest contributors.
 
Brian Cross's often-cranky blog that covers video games, comics, and other nerdy things.
 
Paleface's database of game impressions presented in an easy-to-search format.

Bryan Ochalla's amazing (and frequently updated) gaming blog. 

One of the smartest places to go for people who like indie games.
 
Hands-down the best gaming site covering DS and 3DS games.
 
A plethora of iOS gaming news and reviews that is updated very frequently.

Really cute DIY items created by a family of wonderful Raroo allies.
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