^ Congrats on one year! I'm about to hit the one year mark myself, this coming January.
Speaking of which, I hope to have my website mentioned in a future ish of Retro Gamer, but I'll definitely settle for posting the URL here.
As a long time DIEHARD Sega Saturn fan turned born-again SNES fanatic, I've opened a website that honors both -- with the main focus on the Super Nintendo and its great legacy of games (and not so great ones). My "Obscure Super Famicom Games" section is quite a popular hit, as I look at very little-known SFC curiosities and break them down.
Yes, I was a bit influenced by great sites like Sega-16 and Sega-Saturn.com (viewable on archive.org). It's amazing there is not really a SNES review site out there, at least not one in the vision that I had coming in. What's the difference between me and the million game-related sites already in existence? What makes RVGFANATIC different? Well, I'm entirely a one-man show for one, and my reviews... well... some are probably unlike anything you've ever seen. 56K users beware!
I just published a review for F-ZERO in time for its 17th Birthday. The site also has a lot of personal life memories, so it is not strictly game-oriented. Some people don't care at all for these articles, which is all good, but a few have told me they're very touching, and well done. Because it is my site, I have no one to speak to, so I can do whatever I want which is the great thing about it. It pretty much represents who I am: my life moments, and my gaming passions.
In short, it's the mad ramblings of a recollective retro renegade. In general, you'll see I do things a bit differently from the norm. If you drop by, make sure you VOTE for which one you liked better: Super Mario World, or Yoshi's Island.