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[ 1 ] = Angelfire
The host of this site.

[ 2 ] = Capcom, Arika
Capcom develops the best games on the planet. If you don't know the name Capcom, leave this site.

[ 3 ] = SNK NeoGeo, Playmore
After a brief scare, SNK has returned, although in somewhat fragmented form. SNK creations like Fatal Fury, Samurai Shodown, The King Of Fighters, and Metal Slug have stood second only to Capcom's titles throughout time. If you don't know SNK, you should.

[ 4 ] = Sega
Another important figure in the gaming industry, Sega is not only the creator of the Virtua Fighter and Fighting Vipers series, but also the designer of the Chihiro, Triforce, Naomi2, and Naomi hardwares. In addition, I must add that Sega's own arcades are the best in Japan.

[ 5 ] = Sony
Capcom, Psikyo, and Takumi designed games on Sony's diversely compatible PlayStation and PlayStation 2 hardwares. The ZN1, ZN2, and System 246 are among the many widely developed for Sony compatible hardwares.

[ 6 ] = Takumi
This developer produces some of the best shooting games in the industry, including the amazing Mars Matrix, Giga Wing, and Night Raid titles.

[ 7 ] = Psikyo
The creator of the stellar Strikers 1945 series, Gunbird, Zero Gunner, and a whole lot of cool mahjong games.

[ 8 ] = Konami
Another developer that has had its head in the game for a while, Konami brought us the goodness of Gradius, Contra, Parodius, Castlevania, Metal Gear, and a ton of other fun series.

[ 9 ] = Cave
This unpopular developer is the creator of some of the most creative and innovative shooters out there, with Ketsui, ESP Rade, Guwange, and DoDonPachi Dai Ou Jou among the many. Click the link to see why this developer has a cult following.

[ 10 ] = Taito
Creator of old-school shooters like Fire Mustang, Sky Shark, and Darius, Taito also pushes on with past titles like RayStorm and RayCrisis, as well as recent titles like XII Stag, Border Down, and Psyvariar. Taito also has some of the best arcades in Japan.

[ 11 ] = Irem
Known for creating the insanely hard R-Type shooters, Irem also made a few other shooters like In The Hunt and Gallop.

[ 12 ] = Treasure
This developer holds the title for having the most overpriced titles under its belt. Treasure is the maker of shooters like Ikaruga, Bangaio, and Radiant Silvergun, as well as action games like Silouhette Mirage, Gunstar Heroes, and Mischief Makers.

[ 13 ] = Seibu
Yet another old school developer, Seibu gave us the many entries of the Raiden series, and hopefully many more in the future (if Raiden Fighters Evolution ever comes out).

[ 14 ] = Tecmo
Dead Or Alive comes to mind when I think of Tecmo.

[ 15 ] = Visco
Not known for fighters or shooters, Visco impresses with the Breakers series, as well as with a cool shooter series called Basara (?).

[ 16 ] = Sammy
Another company not known for fighters in the past, Sammy/Arc System Works released Guilty Gear upon the masses and is working their way up the ladder.

[ 17 ] = Arcadia
The best Japanese gaming magazine. Click the link and get a subscription.

[ 18 ] = Gouki's Page Of Whatever
By far, the best Capcom fan site, ever. It was sad to see this site slowly fade away in 2000, but at least most of it has been left intact on GeoCities to remind us of what quality is...

[ 19 ] = MadMan's Cafe
Lots of rare news from Japan.

[ 20 ] = The Magic Box
Lots of current gaming news straight from Japan.

[ 21 ] = Shmups
Tons of information on shooting games of all sorts, and a great message board.

[ 22 ] = CP-Systems2 Turbo
This site rocks. Lots of cool official Capcom artwork, some screenshots, game lists, and much more.

[ 23 ] = Shoryuken
This site is where almost all who play fighting games gather mostly to post on the huge message board.

[ 24 ] = Joker Jun
Artist of the awesome ESP Rade, as well as ProGear and Batsugun.

[ 25 ] = Equal Vision
The Hope Conspiracy.

[ 26 ] = Victory Records
Hardcore home of bands like Buried Alive, Earth Crisis, Freya, Atreyu, SHUTDOWN, and Thursday.

[ 27 ] = Indecision Records
Home of Bleeding Through, Adamantium, Throwdown, and Eighteen Visions.

[ 28 ] = deftones
Metal from Sacto.

[ 29 ] = eBay
Though I have an eBay buying habit no prevention program could cure, eBay is, religiously speaking, a "Godsend."

The worst site on the massive, information-filled, porn-ridden operation we affectionately refer to as 'The Internet.'

A terrible site that never gets updated.

[ 32 ] = EightOne's Paradise
The site of the man responsible for the BADCP WarZard coverage. His WarZard and booth babe sections destroy small countries, as does the rest of his site.

[ 33 ] = Most Precious Blood
Indecision is gone, but will never be forgotten...

[ 34 ] = Insert Credit
A great independent site with daily industry news, good reviews, and everything in between. Sites like this are rare; keep it alive by visiting it everyday.

[ 35 ] = SUDS
A translation of shmups into Swedish. Screenshots of shmups that kick ass (Darius Gaiden, Raiden II, R-Type Delta), and more.

[ 36 ] = Shoot The Core
Made by a shooter fan, for shooter fans. If you don't know what the title of the site means, kill yourself.

[ 37 ] = CP-Systems2
Cool site with Capcom coverage and artwork.

[ 38 ] = Gaming-Age Online
These guys have also been around for a while; visit their site for PlayStation and DreamCast games.

[ 39 ] = The Best Page In The Universe.
This site kills. He doesn't cover games that much, but when he does it's quality. Be ready to laugh your ass off; this guy is awesome.