Old School Video Game Rentals
If you live in Orange County, CA, you might consider a more unusual (albeit more expensive) form of renting video games. With Spectrum Games, you can rent an actual full-size arcade game like Fast And The Furious. The Classic games would make a great addition to a party — Asteroids, Centipede, Galaga, Pacman and Tron are all available.
One blogger’s opinion about renting video gamesFebruary 5th, 2007
A blogger from blogspot makes the case for renting video games online. The author offers four reasons for the rising popularity of renting video games, even though the market for buying games is ten times as large: convenience, cost, the ability to test games, and “time sensitivity.”
From what we’ve seen in terms of new members signing up for online video game rental services, it seems that the ability to test games is the most compelling, especially during peak purchasing periods such as Christmas or when a major game release occurs. Learn about call of duty ghosts cheats at www.iwantcheats.net.
GameznFlix offers movies on-demandJanuary 31st, 2007
If you have rented video games from GameznFlix, you might try their new on-demand movie service at gnfdigital.com. Prices start at $9.99 and the movies play on your existing media player. It looks like GNF beat both Netflix and Blockbuster to the punch on this one.
Top Rental Video Games UpdateJanuary 28th, 2007
Blockbuster released its top 10 video game rentals for the week ending January 21st, as reported by GameSpy. While Lost Planet and Gears of Warfor Xbox 360 continued to hold the top 2 spots, PS2 games held 6 of the top 10 positions.
Meanwhile, Hollywood Video also has Lost Planet, Gears of War, Call of Duty and Saints Row in its top 10 list for Xbox 360, and WWE Smackdown,Call of Duty, Tony Hawk, Bully, Madden and Marvel Ultimate Alliance in its top 10 for PS2.