Games.net's article says that today's top gaming magazines/mags have changed quite a bit since their inception. The article shows the first and latest issues of the industry's biggest publications.
Something Awful has seven pages that showcase some of the boring video game titles (doctored)
Internet Pinball Database (IPD or IPDB) is a comprehensive, searchable listing of virtually every pinball machine ever commercially made.
GameSpy share its compiled readers' list of the top ten video game cinematic moments from their votes in forums.
This UPUP Media story has a list of ways that the author, as a gamer, believe are some of the most devastating kills that embarrass gamers in multiplayer games.
This Videolamer article lists the names of game companies and systems that many people don't know what the words actually mean nor their origin. The list shows some of the biggest companies and consoles and what information is openly known about their names...
I, VIDEOGAME (United Kingdom (UK) and other localized web sites don't have it anymore), is a comprehensive and progressive exploration of the past, present and future of videogames and video gamers. From the early days of Pong to today's ever-popular Halo 2 and from Atari 2600 to Nintendo to PlayStation, I, VIDEOGAME tells the story of the people, the ideologies and the technology behind video games and how they have exploded into a cultural phenomenon. The evolution of gaming has seen the pendulum move from the days of games replicating society, to society replicating games. Featuring interviews with giants in the gaming industry of yesterday and today, this five-part (only one part online -- can't find other parts unless you go underground) series examines the evolution of the videogame and its cultural impact on the world of entertainment today.