Resources and Useful Links ...

We'll add more as we find them, but each of the below sites were reviewed and included only if we believed value was added for our visitors.

We do not claim responsibility for them, nor do we endorse or represent their products. As always, we strongly recommend you review their privacy policies and terms of use before providing any personal information, should you be asked to provide that. We just found these to be interesting, informative and on topic - so we passed them on.

Having said all that, if you know of others we should add, just let us know through the Contact Us page.

Game Ratings -- Ok, you found a great video game and you think you'd like to rent or buy it. But you're concerned about what the ratings mean. Well, here's the place to find out. In fact, you can even plug in your game title in their search box to verify what the Entertainment Software Rating Board has assigned to it. You can even get all that in Spanish or French if you want. Great stuff!

Video Game Addiction -- Honestly, we make money from the video game rental and buying services we recommend on other pages of our site. But NO WAY do we want your game experience to be a health issue. If you play too much (you know already if this applies to you), the above link is a good place to start reading about it. You can also plug in the keyword "video game addiction" into your favorite search engine and many, many other great information sites are there to help. Skip this if it doesn't apply to you, but if it does - take a peek at the link.

Video Game News -- This is not what you think. It's the Science Daily website page that discusses video games you may not be thinking of. For example, fitness, sports medicine, etc., with a news story that asks the question if playing active video games equals moderate intensity exercise. Not interested? Well, they discuss virtual reality, artificial intelligence, and even video games for national security. It's not what you'll find at the game store, but it's pretty interesting stuff!

And don't just take my word for it. Here are a several articles that discuss why renting video games is more affordable than buying, for a number of reasons. I can't vouch for some of the site links they provide, but the articles themselves are interesting reading for sure

Video Game Rental: A Real Money Saver

Why Online Video Game Rental Services Are Quickly Replacing Local Stores

Why Rent Video Games