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    Video Game Rental Sites

    Just wondering if anyone is doing any game rental sites like gamefly.com. It's 12.95 the first month and 22.95 afterwards....you can have two games out @ once for as long as you want with no late fees. This sounds like a good deal for people who don't play games over and over again. It would take over 4 1/2 months of subscribing to their services to equal the price of about two games. How many games do you think you can "wear" out or beat in 4 1/2 months? What do you guys and gals think?
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    i would rather just go rent games at blockbuster
    i also would rather enjoy the game then try to just beat it.

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    I rent games to test them out. I think you should just buy games.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pro gamer
    I rent games to test them out. I think you should just buy games.
    hmmm....do you work for Nintendo... Just kidding, I see everyone's point but it doesn't take more than say 4 weeks to casually play and enjoy a game to its fullest....IMO. Am i the only one here who doesn't really replay games they have beaten? I'm trying gamefly.com for one month and going to play about 4 games and just cancel it after the introductory offer. I'm really picky about buying games. I have been gaming for 20 years, and have wasted plenty of money on games that suck and ones that are really good but too short.

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