1Bass_X0Sun 1st May 2011 Instead of just having a free demo (which would still remain), you'd pay about 100 Points a day (regardless of how long you played it during that day) to be able to play the full version. Also, every day's rental would come off the total cost of the game. If you rented a 500 Point game for two days, then you could purchase the game for only 300 Points at a later date. You pay for how many days rental you wish to have in advance and can extend your rental at any time. You could not cancel your rental for a refund though.You would only be able to play your rented games while connected to online though - just so that you can't cheat the system.The good side to this is that you can play the full game without the risk of buying a game that may seem okay in the demo or had no demo but you don't like once you bought the full game. Also, if a gamer isn't willing to spend the full amount in one go or is low on points, they can spread the cost. Companies will also make some money on games that people wouldn't have downloaded otherwise. Gamers would also feel encouraged to buy games that they have already rented because they would be cheaper than other games (unless they hated the game).The bad side to this is that really bad games would not make their full amount that they are charging for. How many times have we downloaded a game only to start playing it and immediately find out that we shouldn't have bothered. Good news for us but bad news for companies. Edited on Sun 1st May, 2011 @ 11:08 by Bass_X0 Edgey, Gumshoe, Godot, Sissel, Larry, then Mia, Franziska, Maggie, Kay and Lynne. I'm throwing my money at the screen but nothing happens!