Blockbuster To Rent Sony PSP Games

Posted: May 11 2005, 3:45am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 3:51pm CDT, in News | Other Stuff

Blockbuster to Rent Sony PSP Games
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Blockbuster will start on May 17th to offer Sony PSP games for rent at its 4,400 retail-outlets in the US.

Sony PSP games that will be available at launch for rent at Blockbuster stores across the country include Sony's "Twisted Metal: Head-On(TM)," "Untold Legends: Brotherhood of the Blade," and EA's "Need for Speed(TM) Underground Rivals."

All games are available for the standard game rental fee of $6.99, which gives gamers seven days of non-stop play. And, if gamers need an extra day or two, Blockbuster no longer charges late fees. Blockbuster also offers a Game Pass, offering the convenience of unlimited rentals one game out at a time for $19.99 a month. Until the May 16, the Game Pass is available $14.99 for the first month.
More details in Blockbuster press-release. See also the Blockbuster $9.99 DVD Rental deal.

As reported Gamefly is already offering Sony PSP game rental. Their deal is $21.95 per month with 2 games out.

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