I’m sure you’re aware of all the video rental games that are currently available online. If you’re anything like me, I was wondering and had to ask myself if it is really worth it, until I read a Gamefly review.
I was already contemplating whether to sign up for a free trial, but we all know how that ends up…you eventually have to pay for something, right? After reading a Gamefly review, I was a little less skeptical.
So I decided to check it out and took a look at the Gamefly collection online. I have to admit, I was really surprised how huge the collection is. Unlike my many trips to the video store (which almost always ended up a worthless trip as they were out of the game I was looking for) they had everything both new and old that I was interested in playing.
Again, if you’re anything like me, you’ve collected so many different consoles over time and Gamefly had a large selection for each one. I wanted to make sure I had games for my Wii, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 2. Gamefly made it really easy to select games for each one.
Knowing it comes through snail mail, I was actually surprised how fast it came, because according to the Gamefly review I recently read, that was one of the drawbacks to the service. Just two days after signing up I was able to play one of the hottest, newest games available…it was truly awesome! I especially like the fact that I could keep it as long as I wanted without paying any late fees. Usually I’m able to beat most games after a couple of days, but the RPGs take longer than the typical week rental from the video store. Now I can just relax and take my time with no hassles.
The Gamefly review also stated that if you’re not happy with the game you can just send it back in the prepaid envelope that they provide and the next one is on its way.
If you haven’t noticed…I’m a huge fan. If you need more convincing, read a Gamefly review or just go for it and sign up for the free trial. Gotta get back to gaming!
Blayne Penton loves to play video games including all the latest and greatest games available from the Online Video Rental companies. Check out his blog to see his reviews of those services and how well they work for renting video games at [http://gameflyreview.org/] a website that Blayne writes for that thoroughly covers video games and that burning question is Gamefly worth it?