GameFly: Top Five Rentals Hold the Line


GameFly’s Top Five rental across platforms are firmly entrenched. Assassin’s Creed spends its fourth week at number one, Mass Effect spends its third week at number two, and Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune spends its third week in the fifth spot where it debuted. Kane and Lynch: Dead Men and Call of Duty 4 continue to circle each other, exchanging places once again this week with CoD4 coming in third once again.

The deadlock may very well be an indicator that these “try-it” titles are not necessarily converting to “buy-it” games. Check out Gamasutra for platform specific title rankings.

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1 Comment on GameFly: Top Five Rentals Hold the Line


On December 11, 2007 at 5:29 pm

Okay. That seems pretty lame. Two games should have a victor between them. Still, I guess once they’ve all been to everyone who wants them, it should quiet down.