I won't say that we couldn't do what we do without Price Charting, but I will say that doing what we do without Price Charting would be like pulling teeth out of a shark which is itself inside the mouth of another shark, and also those sharks are in a sharknado; not like the movie, a real sharknado. I've seen them.
What I'm trying to say is that pricecharting.com is one of the great resources of video game collecting and you should check them out.
Yo, do like games?! Do you want to, like, make games? NES Maker is, incredibly, software which allows you to make NES playable video games with no programming required. Not only that, but they have produced tutorial videos teaching users how to use the program. At $36, this is a great deal.
No, these guys don't comp me. No, they don't know who I am and, yes, I do cry myself to sleep every night wishing we could be very best friends.
If you've ever wanted to do a deep-dive into the components of the Super Nintendo Entertainment System and its games, this is the site for you. They cover North America, PAL, and Japanese releases of the SNES.
The site really is about the SNES and ONLY the SNES, but it's a fantastic resource for what was the most successful console of it's time (maybe ever? FITE ME, Sega fans).
According to their site "Racketboy.com is an independent video game site that caters to the old-school console gamer and their unique gaming lifestyles." I think 'gaming lifestyle' means drinking a lot of Mountain Dew or something. In any case these guys write a ton of great articles about classic games.