Netflix has abandoned its plans to offer game rentals alongside its other offerings, thus ending the Qwikster experiment it started in September last year. After an outpiring of pulic outcry over the firm’s DVD service being switched over to Quikster, the firm culled its DVD plans but was still contemplating using the service for game rentals. The news was confirmed to investors earlier this week by Netflix CEO and co-founder Reed Hastings. Thanks, G4.
Blizzard’s unpredictable eagle eagles strike again.
My Nintendo members can grab some goodies with their Gold Points.
BioWare builds a corn maze to advertise Anthem, but what were you expecting after Goose Cam and the holiday stream
BioWare’s marketing team spends a lot of time reading engagement reports peppered with “daqfaq did I just watch” and congratulating themselves for it.
GameFly has expanded its partnership with 2K Games to deliver titles such as BioShock, Sid Meier’s Civilization IV and X-Com: Enforcer to the rental service’s Unlimited PC Play catalog. The games are available for immediate download. “We’re excited that 2K Games has partnered with GameFly, giving our members access to games in their top franchises […]
Automated video game and DVD rental service Redbox has announced that Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 was the number one most rented game in all of 2011. Which is an impressive feat considering it’s only been out for a month. The company made the announcement as they released the full Top 10 list of […]
The Belmont’s have one less thing to worry about with the renewal of Netflix’s Castlevania series.
Castlevania is coming to Netflix by way of super fans and the Adventure Time team. Let’s see how that worked out.