A Redbox kiosk The retail availability of video games just grew dramatically.
Redbox, whose movie rental vending machines are scattered in all sorts of unlikely locations -- from convenience stores to pharmacies to fast-food restaurants -- has added video games to its selection.
More than 21,000 locations will offer games for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and Wii for $2 per day (DVD rentals will remain at $1, while Blu-ray films will stay at $1.50.) Among the initial available titles are L.A. Noire, Call of Duty: Black Ops, Duke Nukem Forever and Just Dance 2. Users are able to reserve games online via the Redbox website, then pick them up from a machine later on.
The formal launch follows almost two yearsRead More »from PSA: Redbox game rentals begin today