Back in April of this year the Redbox corporation announced that they would soon be offering video game rentals in their kiosks nationwide. This week that announcement came to fruition. 21,000 out of 27,000 of the popular video renting kiosks now have the latest titles for the PS3, Xbox 360 and Wii. Redbox began testing $2-per-day game rentals in 2009, and said that in two years consumers rented more than 1 million games from its 5,000 test locations.
Does this change the way you will be renting games in the future? It might be a nice option for those who don’t use GameFly or those relics called Blockbuster. To find a Redbox nearest to you, click here.