Backward Compatible is pretty good, it makes me think of "retro games in a modern age". Not just necessarily crappy iOS and XBLA ports, but talking about old games from a 2012 perspective.
Select Start is a good name for a site about co-op games.
I'm going to be making a webcomic with the explicit intention of appealing to people on the internet and profiting from them. It's going to be called "The Paws Button" and it's going to have sexy animals playing games and talking about how they're men trapped in a woman's body (and vice versa). With the three webcomic tentpoles of video games, gender switching, and furries, it doesn't really matter how bad it is, it's still going to make a killing. You can't have "The Paws Button".
I just thought of one called Saveoholics. That's a pretty good one, it brings to mind those Sierra adventure games where you never know when you're going to die and thus erase hours of progress. World of Ruin is something else I just thought of, it makes me think of all those terrible YouTube reviews where people just yell.