Gamefly G-Box Allows Students To Rent Video Games On Campus

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Students who want to try a recently released video game without buying the whole kit and caboodle before knowing what it is like need not travel to Blockbuster.br /
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GameFly, an online video game rental service, launched its G-Box Kiosk on Wednesday in the Barnes Noble campus bookstore located in the Student Union Building – the first of its kind at colleges and universities across the nation.br /
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The kiosk program is a way to extend the GameFly universe into the physical world, said Sean Spector, co-founder and senior vice president of business development and content for GameFly.br /
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The kiosk, a machine where video games can be rented, allows people to walk up and browse games by genre, click to choose one, swipe a card, and walk away with a newly-released game, he said. Each machine holds several hundred games and the number of games available will grow in the future.br /
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GameFly will install similar machines across the country, Spector said, but Tech was the first to have one installed.br /
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The G-Box will come stocked with games for several platforms, including Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and Wii, he said. Also, renters can keep the games as long as they want and will not be given due dates or late fees.br /
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John Creed, general manager at the campus bookstore, said GameFly worked with Barnes and Noble campus bookstores across the country to offer its service to students.br /
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I think itll allow students who dont have the ability to get out to a Blockbuster to rent games, he said. Students who live in dorms or are on campus more often will have the ability to get recent releases.br /
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It will cost $1.99 for Wii games and $2.49 for Xbox 360 and Playstation 3 games, Spector said. The G-Box also will offer a rent-to-buy option.br /
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Gamers want to play a new game in the first couple of days, Spector said, and daily rental allows people to try a game out.br /
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Also, GameFly is recognized as the best one stop source to rent all your video games online. This online video game company has been around for a long time and has an excellent reputation.br /
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Due to the economy, GameFly has seen a huge growth in their unique service not only to college students but, any serious gamer who would like to try out a game for a small fee, before they buy it.br /
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They offer the top brand name games for any playing system.br /
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Makes sense to me. How about you?br /
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