If you want to use a banner to link to my site, here is one that may suit your purposes:
||A website dedicated to reviewing SNES and SFC games. The reviews are well written and in depth. You should know the site appears to be abandoned, though.
||This website focuses on reviews of Japanese 8 and 16 bit systems. There is a nice selection of Super Famicom reviews.
||Steve's great retro video game website, with a major focus on Snes and Super Famicom reviews. Very well done, and certainly one of the best Super NES websites. Note, it too does not get updated much anymore.|
||A nice site with a bunch of reviews of Snes games. Appears to be abandoned as well.|
|Super Nintendo Zone
||Amazingly, this long defunct Super NES fansite still exists. This site was active from about 1999 to 2001.|
||Nintendoland.com was a very active website from about 1999-2001, and had a really cool web design. Angry Sun took control of the site and is attempting to resurrect the website. It appears to have an active message board, and still has all the content that made this a go-to site back in the day. As of the time I am writing this, there is a plea on the front page for help with website design, leading me to think that the site will soon be abanded again.|
||Dangerboy, the world's biggest Playstation fan, has come up with a site to show off the Playstation. Think of it as the PSX equivalent to Snes Central! It now features Sega Saturn info as well.|
|Planet Virtual Boy
||Probably the most complete website dedicated to Nintendo's black sheep: The Virtual Boy. There is information on released and unreleased games, articles, and interviews. Available in German and English.|
||A very sleek site that covers all things Sega Genesis, including the 32x and Sega CD. Includes reviews, interviews, and indepth articles|
||The ultimate resource for retro video game fanatics. This site is best known for its rarity guides, but it also has a great retro gaming community.|
||One of the original NES sites, and still one of the best. Still updated, make sure to check it out from time to time for rare and unusual NES items.|
||Website of Zsnes, the SNES emulator of choice here at Snes Central|
||A website dedicated to finding information on games that got the axe. Hasn't been updated in many years, but it has a great message board.|
||This website is a great blog about unreleased games. They cover pretty much any system.|
||This forum focuses on obscure games and video game hardware. It isn't terribly active, but has some threads on neat items.|
||This is the go-to website for all your rom hacking needs. They have a huge archive of hacks, translations and tools for a variety of game systems.
||Gideon Zhi's website. He has translated nearly 70 games, mostly for the Super NES!|
|The Cover Project
||This website is dedicated to creating high quality covers for plastic game holders. They have over 500 of them for the SNES!|
||The people at Retromags are dedicated to scanning classic gaming magazines in comic book format. They are responsible for scanning the entire Nintendo Power collection, and do great work. I truly thank them for their efforts, as they provide a wonderful resource for this site.
||A blog dedicated to highlighting interesting video game related auctions. For me, it is a daily visit.
||A primarily 8-bit focused website, Nintendo Age publishes a monthly e-zine with excellent articles an an NES price guide. They also have a database of NES games.
||Video game comics, published three times a week. Generally, they have a good feel for the vibe of the industry.
||With the Lunar Magic editor, Super Mario World has become one of the most hacked games ever. This website details it all!|
||Website for the excellent SNES emulator, Zsnes! Zsnes is the emulator of choice at SNES Central|
||Byuu is the authour of bsnes, a super-accurate Super NES emulator. Most importantly, the emulator is under active development, and new releases come out often.
||A website dedicated to hacking 8 and 16-bit Final Fantasy games.
|No Intro Project
||The No Intro people create dats for ROM managers, so you can be sure your ROM image was dumped properly.
||Matthew Callis' website documenting newly released SNES and SFC ROM images that he has released.
||Matthew Callis' database of Super Famicom and SNES ROM image information.
|WHAT THE BOAT
||Not technically a video game website, but What The Boat is a website full of awesome people, and I am heavily involved there.|