Here's a list with links to some of the various game resouces I use for finding new games, playing games, and optimizing games.
|Board Games||Board Game Geek
A great resource to read up on other people's playing experiences and find photos of the guts of a game. Not so great for reviews.
A great place for reviews if you prefer wargames and other complex dice rollers over eurogames. Fortress AT also posts some pretty hilarious articles as well.
Headless Hollow is the go to site for game aids for all sorts of boardgames. Its run by a graphic designer who's also heavilly into board games and sort of uses it as a promo space for himself. If he owns a game he has or will have a set of game aids for it that are easy to print, incorporate all rule revisions, and are more user friendly and succinct than the rule books themselves. I never would have gotten the hang of Arkham Asylum if it wasn't for him.
Critical Hits is my general roleplaying resource go to. They cover just about any RPG out there and all aspects of roleplay from running games to playing them to designing stories for players. Due to the scope they go for though it can be hit or miss on whether or not a topic will pertain to you at all when you go hunting for advice or articles.
|The Angry DM
Angry very infrequently updates his site, but is always on his twitter account making statements and reacting to others about the role of the GM. His articles are always good for a laugh because Angry is more of a character than an actual representation of the site runner. A great resource for a lot of the mechanical aspects of being the DM in D&D.
|The Dread Gazebo
Where Angry DM focuses a lot on the behind the curtain side of being a DM, Dread Gazebo is all about the social aspects of the game that go hand in hand with the mechanical ones. It's also a great source for reflections on developments and news pertaing to D&D.