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« on: September 16, 2004, 03:15:22 AM »

What's it been, like ten minutes since someone started a thread asking for reports from people who have tried one of the many online videogame rental services?  Far too long.

Ok.  I'm thinking Gameznflix because:

A. It's cheaper than gamefly
B. Three items out at once instead of two.
C. Movies are nice when you can't spare the time to be interacting with your entertainment.

Has anyone tried this one?  Is it worth the monthly fee or is it somehow subpar?  Any help is appreciated.

I swear.  Renting games feels so wrong, but de$perate times call for de$perate measures.


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« Reply #1 on: September 16, 2004, 04:50:58 PM »

I used to be a fairly large investor in Gameznflix.  

They just really haven't gotten things together though.  Their turnaround is apparently still horrendous and their system flawed (queues messed up etc.).

One thing that bugged the heck out of me when I went through the trial was that everything, regardless if it is released yet, shows up the same.

For example, under the Xbox games they had Fable listed all the way back in July.  You could queue it up and everything.  I hate that, and imagine many people who aren't in the know in regards to release dates get quiet confused.  

The price point is right.  The CEO has a vision.  The implentation to this point is not good.

Try the trial at least and tell me what I think.

For the record, I sold out my entire position at $0.14 (bought at .02), now it's selling at .02 again.
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