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Topic: Question of the Day II: #511: What 2014 release are you looking most forward too?

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Mickey

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1,301. Posted:

My Mom used to have a Blockbuster subscription or whatever. It's how I found out about the sublime Star Wars video game series Star Wars BattleFront, and LEGO Star Wars.

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Retro_on_theGo

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1,302. Posted:

I've rented plenty of games from Blockbuster. Some Digimon trading card game, some hot wheels game, and other stuff.

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WildMan

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1,303. Posted:

Nope. I was never into renting. I either bought or borrowed movies/games.

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8BitSamurai

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1,304. Posted:

I used to when I was a 5BitSamurai, but not now.

Actually managed to rent Twilight Princess and beat it in just that weekend one time.

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RevolverLink

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1,305. Posted:

Back when Hollywood Video was still a thing, my family used to rent movies from there fairly often. I sometimes got to rent games from them too, though the last I did that was sometime during the PS2/GCN/Xbox gen.

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Marks

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1,306. Posted:

Yes, I did get rentals before. I used to live near a really cheap video rental store and they rented VHS kids movies for like $0.89. I would only get Pokemon, Disney and Studio Ghibli movies... Good times.
Now I have my local library. Nothing beats free DVD rentals.

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Midnight3DS

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1,307. Posted:

Yes, and it's an incredible pity that business model is virtually dead. I fondly remember a ma & pa rental place in the 80's. They had a popcorn machine with that terrific aroma, and the horror section filled with the most awesome VHS covers for terrible movies.

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PhantomKirby

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1,308. Posted:

RevolverLink wrote:

Back when Hollywood Video was still a thing, my family used to rent movies from there fairly often. I sometimes got to rent games from them too, though the last I did that was sometime during the PS2/GCN/Xbox gen.

YES. Hollywood Video was the bees knees when I was 7. Wasting my parents cash on N64 rentals and movies was great. (Then again, we NEVER went to movie theaters).

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Neko_Rukiafan

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1,309. Posted:

I still do sometimes, there is an independent video games rental store in my neighborhood and the games are $5 to rent for a week.

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DreamyViridi

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1,310. Posted:

Used to rent games and video alike at Blockbusters all the time with mum's subscription card but the store near me has since long gone and is now a funeral service building... Oh how times have changed...

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Tasuki

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1,311. Posted:

Midnight3DS wrote:

Yes, and it's an incredible pity that business model is virtually dead. I fondly remember a ma & pa rental place in the 80's. They had a popcorn machine with that terrific aroma, and the horror section filled with the most awesome VHS covers for terrible movies.

Yep I had one like that too just right around the corner from where I lived. In fact before the big chains were around thats where I use to rent my NES games from and in fact its where we rented the NES from a few weeks before the NA release. Now that building is a church but every time I walk by it I am reminded of that video store.

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GuSolarFlare

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1,312. Posted:

my childhood with N64 was 50% renting games!

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Ryno

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1,313. Posted:

I will never forget signing for membership at Blockbuster to rent Mega Man 3. Rented games all the time from there for the NES and SNES.

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CM30

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1,314. Posted:

In the olden days, I rented Mario Kart 64 for the Nintendo 64. After that? Not really, I never went inside a rental store ever again.

Not as if I could any more. Most Blockbuster shops and other such businesses went under in recent years.

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Dark-Luigi

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1,315. Posted:

DreamyViridi wrote:

Used to rent games and video alike at Blockbusters all the time with mum's subscription card but the store near me has since long gone and is now a funeral service building... Oh how times have changed...

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bezerker99

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1,316. Posted:

I can't count how many NES games I've rented. Has to be over a hundred.

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Happy_Mask

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1,317. Posted:

They were the reason I first played Luigi's Mansion. And I rented the what that was the Mario bros movie.

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TheKingOfTown

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1,318. Posted:

Used to go to Blockbuster all the time. Not anymore unfortunately.

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CanisWolfred

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1,319. Posted:

Holloywood Video, how I miss thee...

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Klimbatize

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1,320. Posted:

Holy crap, the fact that this can even be a question makes me realize how old I am. It was such a major part of childhood, it'd be like asking people of this generation if they've ever gone online.

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