Comparing the top five videogame rental services

From the article: "There are tons of video game rental sites popping up online. Since games for the next-gen consoles can be expensive, renting is a viable and intelligent alternative for many gamers. With so many available, it becomes difficult to determine which are worth renting from.

To help you decide which service is best for you, we've compiled key information for the five of the highest profile video game rental services: GameFly, Gottaplay, Gamerang, GamezNFlix and RentZero. We include the information critical to getting the game you want as soon as possible, including the number of games a site has, how much it costs, they systems covered and the number of distribution centers. Why distribution centers? The more centers a service has, the faster games are sent out and the quicker they reach you.

Naturally, we welcome your feedback on all of these service. Happy renting! "

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Silellak3874d ago (Edited 3874d ago )

The most interesting thing in this article was learning that there is more than one online game rental service.

It's a bit annoying that they don't ACTUALLY compare the services beyond the stats. I don't care if Service X CLAIMS to be the fastest delivery - I want to know if it IS the fastest.

Viva la Gamefly and the "Keep It" option.

LightningPS33874d ago (Edited 3874d ago )

The games you want are always checked out. They're listed with a long wait on your Q.

Obviously, because the games you want are usually the new released ones everyone else wants.

Hello, maybe that should give those idiots a clue.

crck3874d ago

They have the cheapest prices but they are horrible. I literally had 20+ items in my Q and they had nothing to send me for over 2 weeks.

joydestroy3874d ago

gamefly sucks despite everyone knowing about it.
i hated 2 things about them...
01. took a week to send me a new game
02. never got any new releases until a month or 2 later

maybe one day an online renting company will get a clue and buy more than just 20 copies of a new release.