Video games are always fun to play, but the problem is the cost associated with buying them. I mean sure, you can afford to buy one video game and go play it at home, but after a while you get bored with it once you start to reach the high scores, and then you have to make a decision about whether you are going to buy 10 more to start a collection or if you are going to just start renting them since their prices are so high. But if you do decide to rent some video games, you have a choice of rental companies online that will make your life easier.
You have Gamefly that is at the top of the video rental market and there they have a great library of video games. And then they are followed by Redbox, but with them you have to be careful because you are paying by the night. And there is also Rentzero and Gotaplay. But what must you look for when you are wanting to rent a video game, and what pitfalls to avoid with them?
First thing to know is that Gamers will be eager to choose from titles both new and old and also from consoles such as XBOX, PS2, and PSP. Not only are the major game consoles included within these plans, but older systems as well including Nintendo, Sega, and Gameboy Advanced These rental plans generally range from $12.95 to $24.95 a month depending on how many games you would like to rent at a time.
Once you have established your video game rental account, you may want to check and see how long the game takes to reach your doorstep. Gottaplay and Gamefly have many distribution centers across the US, so you should not expect to wait anymore than 4 business days from the day they send out your shipment.
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