“At GetGames.ca, we offer the best deal on video game rentals in Canada,” said Keith Makse, President of GetGames.ca. “GetGames.ca members can rent every video game for the current generation of platforms, including the latest handheld devices, with no due dates, late fees or shipping costs.”
The standard membership plan of $24.95 monthly fee includes two video game rentals at one time. To rent another title, members simply return one of the games currently rented in the prepaid GetGames.ca envelope. GetGames.ca also provides additional membership plans, including up to five video games at one time for $39.95. GetGames.ca also offers a two-week free trial period.
GetGames.ca also gives parents control over what their children play. “Controls are available in the initial sign up so that parents can allow their kids to play only games of a certain rating,” explained Keith Makse. “We use the current ESRB ratings found on every video game and parents can change the controls on the fly. When a child reaches a certain age, a parent can go into their account and change the rating restrictions right then and there.”
GetGames.ca members are free from due dates, late fees and shipping charges, and have access to games for the Playstation 2, Xbox, Nintendo GameCube, as well as the handheld consoles Game Boy Advance, Nintendo DS and Sony’s new PSP. “This is absolutely the most comprehensive service Canada has to offer in the video game market” says Keith Makse.
With GetGames.ca, members can play a game as long as they wish without having to worry about due dates or late fees – allowing them to finish the games they rent. Video games can take hours to finish and are also being published with unlockable content, allowing players to go back time and again to replay the game to open up new equipment or levels. Now gamers can enjoy the full value of a game at their own place, without having to purchase it, potentially saving a significant about of money annually.
By responding to the interests of gamers of all ages, all over Canada, GetGames.ca is poised to take control of the video game rental market.