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Its been years but when we had a console we'd rent games. Mostly the Need for Speed ones since they are so fast to beat (takes dh a week to do one of them that was super long but that was before kids ). But we don't have a console so no renting anymore
I rented one for my DS, first time ever. I played it for two days... then I went back and rerented it for 2 days.... then I went back and asked if I could buy it from them... they said no... next time.. Im gonna rent it.. and just "lose it"
I used to when Hollywood Video was in town. For $30 you could get 3 games or movies at a time, keep them for as long as you wanted, rent as many a month as you wanted (though not more than 3 at a time). I used the snot out of that.
Not anymore though.
Apparently Redbox will start renting games which I may do, but who knows. The price of that is such a scam.
@Lesha, careful keeping games you rent... Around here they charge you the full retail price of the game plus a fee, which means for more than the cost of getting the game new you are buying it used.
I normally prefer to buy games because I don't like not finishing them but I did recently rent a game for my 360 - Borderlands. Amazing game but alas, didn't have time to finish it. It'll probably be on my new list of games to buy though.
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