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Submitted by bustercube 1062d ago | opinion piece

Game Rentals: Are we back in the 90s?

Netflix recent disclosed that they are splitting the company in two parts: Netflix would be streaming vdieo and Qwikster will ship physical media through the mail. With the anouncment that Qwikster would offer game rentals through the mail, I started to wonder, do people still rent games? Where do they rent them from? How much does it cost? It’s been well over three years since I rented a game, and that game was from Blockbuster video, now deceased. I decided to do some research and see where to rent and how much it costs (Blockbuster, GameFly, Industry, Netflix, Qwikster, Redbox)

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