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Redbox.... pretty awesome

#21YodaCrackersPosted 9/9/2011 6:11:56 PM
GameFly is superb. I get every new release I want one day after the release date. Only $23 a month and I'm always playing something. 2 day shipping both ways. Works great for me.
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#22cdp1705Posted 9/9/2011 7:32:07 PM
for those that dont really rent games, redbox is perfect. spend $4 for a weekend on a game you wanted to try out but didnt want to buy. now you didnt spend $60 on it to beat it in 2 days and for it to collect dust on the shelf.
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#23Who knowsPosted 9/9/2011 8:37:16 PM
cdp1705 posted...
for those that dont really rent games, redbox is perfect. spend $4 for a weekend on a game you wanted to try out but didnt want to buy. now you didnt spend $60 on it to beat it in 2 days and for it to collect dust on the shelf.

Thats what I did with duke nukem forever.
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#24HoopsJunky1Posted 9/9/2011 8:50:14 PM

From: DironmanX | #059
Redbox- where white trash rents movies now because 7-11 is closer than the li-bary


I live right next to a library but I rent my movies from Redbox. Why? Because they have new movies, my library does not
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#25Splice_Posted 9/9/2011 9:22:00 PM
cdp1705 posted...
for those that dont really rent games, redbox is perfect. spend $4 for a weekend on a game you wanted to try out but didnt want to buy. now you didnt spend $60 on it to beat it in 2 days and for it to collect dust on the shelf.

Just did this with Resistance 3. It's a great resource for people like me who only have a day out of their week to play
#26StaticSquirrelPosted 9/9/2011 9:43:26 PM
Jiggy101011 posted...
Redbox to me is perfect right now since all of my blockbusters have closed. Plus it seems like me and one other person rent games from my local Redbox so all of the big hit titles are always there. I'll try out Resistance 3 campaign this weekend for 4 dollars. Better then paying full price or waiting a week from Gamefly.

I've had a 2-day turnaround with Gamefly for half a decade now, and new releases usually ship the day before the street date so I get them on Wednesday. I'm not really that close to a distribution center either. Everybody should at least try their options as sometimes one thing works for one but due to one reason or another (usually out of their control) it could be a vastly different experience.
#27EternalWolfPosted 9/9/2011 9:47:34 PM
Go to GameStop, buy a used game, if you dont like it return it for a full refund per GameStop policy.
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#28Jiggy101011(Topic Creator)Posted 9/9/2011 10:17:58 PM
^^^ and people wonder why more and more game publishers are having to close....
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#29Cobra9860Posted 9/10/2011 3:53:17 AM
With how long it takes me to beat games these days, with the little time I have to play... I would be better off buying the games than renting from Redbox for $2 a day. Not that Ive ever actually seen one.

Same with Gamefly, especially with how long it takes to receive the games and send them back.

And apparently my local Blockbuster closed down last year so Im SOL for renting vidya games. Which sucks, since Im cheap and dont like to buy games unless I pretty much know beyond a reasonable doubt that I will really really enjoy the game.
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