Redbox launches US game rentals nationwide

Service introduces games to 21,000 kiosks across America

The DVD rental service Redbox is introducing videogames at its kiosks in more than 21,000 locations across America.

Starting today, Redbox vending machines will stock games for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and the Wii, with rentals for all formats charged at $2 a day.

Customers will be able to reserve specific games on the company's website or using its iPhone app, and pick them up at the location of their choice. The catalogue includes new releases like L.A. Noire and Transformers: Dark Of The Moon, as well as perennial favourites like Call Of Duty: Black Ops and Just Dance 2.

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Rick Cody PBnGames-Board Member 7 years ago
Ever since movie stores went out of business I've had a hard time finding a place to rent games (excluding GameFly). This is awesome. I've gotta imagine a lot of people would be interested
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