No thanks. $2 a night is a huge ripoff. Blockbuster, with their current rental agreement, allows customers to keep their items for seven days past the due date without a late fee. So, nine dollars for 14 days is far better than two dollars for one day.
Question: Why in the hell is that hand flexing the data disc like that? What purpose does it serve the article?
[citation][nom]montezuma[/nom]Why in the hell is that hand flexing the data disc like that? What purpose does it serve the article?[/citation]Obviously you've never rented a game that others know wont get inspected for several uses.
[citation][nom]tayb[/nom]Uh, no, not even close. It is much harder to copy a console game and then even if you managed to get it copied you have to have a modified console to play back the game.[/citation]
it's not really THAT hard. With EACH game you have different circumvention techniques for PC depending on what kind of DRM it's riddled with. With consoles, it's a one time shot, figure it out and you have it for pretty much all games.