Recently, gamers were treated to the launch of not one but two different digital game rental streaming services: Sony’s PlayStation Now, and Electronic Arts’ EA Access. While both services allow users to stream games, the ways in which they do so are actually quite different. EA Access offers instant access to select EA games, a store-wide discount on all digital EA products, and early access to free trials for certain upcoming games all for a flat monthly or yearly fee. Meanwhile, PlayStation Now allows users to “rent” select digital PlayStation 3 games (PS1, PS2, and PS4 games are planned for the future) for various allotments of time and respective price-points. However, if either service wants to garner any sort of long-term appeal, some changes need to be made.