GameStop basically just turned itself into a Blockbuster for video games

GameStop basically just turned itself into a Blockbuster for video games

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GameStop has launched an in-store rental service called PowerPass. Remember Blockbuster Video? It’s like that, except instead of VHS tapes, you’re renting used video games.

The only difference here is, you pay up front. A six-month subscription costs $60, and allows you to swap games anytime you want, at no additional cost. However, you can only have one game checked out at a time.

The program will launch during the looming holiday season, with only the six-month plan available. There’s a reason for that: At the end of a subscription, you’ll be able to choose one game to keep, for free. Read more…

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Source: Mashable | GameStop basically just turned itself into a Blockbuster for video games

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