After a couple years of testing video game rentals at select kiosks, and expanding to several thousand kiosks last fall, Redbox has now expanded the service to 21,000 kiosks nationwide. Video games will cost $2 a day, which is slightly more than movie discs at $1 for DVDs and $1.50 for Blu-ray Discs. However, unlike new movie releases, video games will be available a week after they officially hit shelves. Game discs will be available for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and Wii platforms. Movie rental competitor Netflix has yet to offer video game rentals.
Redbox offers video game rentals nationwide
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