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NZ Video Game Rental Site Goes Next Gen

NZ Video Game Rental Site Goes Next Gen


GameKingdom.co.nz is New Zealand’s next gen gaming rental site that's all about delivering the games to all the game fans out there.

As the popularity of the gaming franchise in the world and in New Zealand continue to rise, more and more games are being designed and published while gamers desperately try to find a way to play every game possible in a cheaper way opposed to dishing out hundreds of dollars. GameKingdom promises to save gamers hundreds whilst playing every game the smart way.

GameKingdom offers all gamers not just those with a next gen console like the XBOX360, PS3 or Wii but also for those handheld fans the Nintendo Wii and Sony PSP a complete catalogue of titles released in New Zealand plus new releases as well as the full list of classics and hard to find titles. For one monthly fee gamers are able to pick any number of games of their choosing to their “My Games List”, it is from this list that gamers can rank the titles in the priority they wish to receive them in, once done just sit back and wait for the games to arrive!

There are four rental plans to select from the 1 game out a time plan to 4 games, all members will enjoy no due dates, free shipping, once done just send the games back to us with the prepaid envelope supplied and wait for the next game to arrive! Wherever you are in New Zealand you can always try out GameKingdom’s services with a free 14 day trial.

GameKingdom is totally dedicated to providing gamers the full list of games with currently over 1,530 titles plus new releases added weekly on XBOX360, PS3, Wii, PSP, NDS and even Anime DVDs. Not even the largest stores can match this selection. “It’s all about the games and the amount of money saving we hope gamers will enjoy”, director Aaron Ma explains, “you might for example have a xbox360 and a psp, with two games that comes to over $200 that offers two adventures but not the dozens we all like to embark upon, we all know what happens to those games that just ends up sitting on the shelf and now imagine what it’ll be like having two new games to play every weekend without shelling out the cash”.

“It’s not just for those hard-out gamers, it’s also for those guys or girls out there who are just getting in to the gaming enjoyment but are not sure which title to pick up next, with GameKingdom that risk becomes none, didn’t enjoy this particular title? Just send it back and the next one of your choice will be mailed.”

“It’s also ideal for families, no longer will families bicker on which title to pick up next, having multiple games available means there is something for everyone to enjoy and at only a fraction of the cost. Now everyone’s happy, once the kids have gone to sleep dad can play something with no G rated label,” says Aaron.

GameKingdom is complete and will be posting their offer throughout Auckland in the upcoming months, play the smart way.


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