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Fatso launches Console Games in 1st b'day party

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Fatso launches Console Games in 1st birthday celebration!

Fatso has turned 1!

It’s been one year since™ took the DVD rental market by storm and they have done it again, with the launch of online console game rental. Talk about celebrating in style.

So now you have two choices to keep you entertained, order either a DVD or now your favourite PlayStation 2 or Xbox Game online.

The GameCentre is where you can rent all the games (and DVDs) you like for one low monthly fee. There is a massive selection of PlayStation 2 and Xbox games to choose from with new titles being added every month.

The concept works the same as ordering DVDs. 3 easy steps – 1. Sign up online and choose your Console games. 2. Get them in the mail, free shipping. 3. Return them in the pre-paid envelope and we will send you more. Simple really!

More and more people are joining, in fact thousands of people have tried it in the last year – and now another good reason to join – online rentals of Console games.

Check it out here:

Hey, and Happy Birthday Fatso!


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