Gamefly... Movies?

atomsk

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Just got this in my inbox



Interesting they've decided to go after this market after Netflix decided to not get into game rentals.
 

MikeE21286

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They're probably just leveraging existing distribution channels and figured they can lower the cost per piece on what is probably a dwindling rental games business.


Seems desperate actually
 

Allforce

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I bumped the other GameFly thread, didn't really think to make a whole new topic.

As I said in the other thread though, I like the idea. There's definite lulls in new game releases where I end up keeping a game I've finished for far longer than I need to just because nothing new is coming out for me to send it back for. Movie rentals during that time are a perfect way to get some more value out of the sub.

I really hope they sell used blu-rays for as cheap as they do used games. This could be another solid avenue for cheap movies.