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League of Legends Trailer

In video game on July 24, 2014 at 11:17 pm

Gaming has grown so big that now marketers of the so coveted video games are using cinematic trailers.  At least this holds true as Riot Games released the League of Legends Trailer.

As you see this video is truly amazing and it’s not advertising a movie it’s League of Legends! This video was posted on YouTube July 22, 2014 and now one day later it has 7,443,807 views.

The idea behind this type of promotion is that it brings life to the characters and further mesmerizes the “game heads”!  If you recall Valve released a cinematic trailer for Team Fortress 2 and  got many looks too.  It seems here the idea is almost with role-play in mind without the joy stick or game controller in hand.  The viewer sits back and enjoys while the developers tantalizes their minds with a message.

It’s no doubt that similar artistry will follow as it relates to video games.  This industry is ‘evergreen’ as men and women of all ages are addicted to the sport.

Ever wonder how much is Gamefly?  It’s free for new members, $15.95 a month for one game rental at a time, and $22.95 for two game rental at a time.  League of Legends is waiting for you at Gamefly and can be delivered right to your door.  Keep it as long as you want and return it when you’re ready without late fees!

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Gamefly Free Month

In games, Nintendo, video game on February 22, 2014 at 6:40 am

What is not to love about a Gamefly free month?  If you are just grasping the concept of video game rentals or are just hearing about Gamefly for the first time, you’re going to love this!

Gamefly is often referred to as the Netflix of video games.  You pick your game, it’s mailed to your address and you return it on your own accord.  You don’t have fees, lines, or the hassle of getting the title back on time!

The extra special thing about Gamefly is the fact that they cater to people like you who have not yet taken the plunge into the great service they offer for gamers.  Gamefly has the one month free trial (the best Gamefly coupon there is!).

Gamefly provides not only games, but digital downloads for pc, movies, and more.  Some of the consoles games can be rented or purchased at a discount for are: Xbox one, Xbox 360, Nintendo Gamecube, Nintendo Gameboy Advance, PSP, Wii, and many more.

Don’t settle for playing only the free online guitar games!  Get all the guitar games out there with like Guitarbot, Rocksmith, Guitar Hero at Gamefly!

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Gamefly Coupon

In games, video game on February 17, 2014 at 2:45 am

Everyone knows what a coupon is, or they should… But, what is Gamefly? Image To respect the Gamefly Coupon let’s first establish what Gamefly is all about.

Gamefly is an online video game rental agency with many “bells and whistles”.  Their latest update offers Gamefly Digital which includes PC rentals for MAC as well!

Gamefly Membership Explained

Simply pick your game out of the 8,000 titles whether a coveted classic or a narly new release.  Then, Gamefly mails the game(s) to your address.  You then play your game(s) pick as long as you like.  Simply mail the game back free or buy the game at a low price

Gamefly Free Trial

Some contest that such an offer exists, but it does.  To get a one month free trial membership simply sign up!  (Gamefly Coupon) If you do not wish to participate beyond the 30 days, simply cancel with no strings attached!

Gamefly Perks

-no penalty for playing the game as long as you want
-buy games at a low price
-no long lines, games delivered right to your address
-games currently available for PC, Mac, Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, PS Vita, Wii, Nintendo 3DS, Nintendo DS, PSP, PlayStation 2, Xbox, GameCube, and Game Boy Advance

Gamefly is popular amongst fanatic gamers as it offers ease of use and discount purchases of the so coveted titles.  In my opinion the best Gamefly coupon around is the free trial for 30 days.  That’s how I started with Gamefly and I was not disappointed.  I chose my game, they shipped it quickly.  I enjoyed the game and mailed it back in the provided envelope without any postage required!

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Rent Call of Duty Black Ops with GameFly for Less Than with Blockbuster

In Nintendo, video game on February 3, 2011 at 3:45 am

Call of Duty Black Ops was much anticipated by critics and chronic gamers alike this past November. I too wanted to see what all the commotion was about. However, I did not wish to buy it for $60. I joined GameFly!

If you do not know GameFly is a rental agency by mail-order of video games from all the major gaming consoles. The gaming consoles supported by Gamefly are: PS3, GameBoy Advance, Nintendo DS, PSP, Xbox 360, Xbox, Nintendo Wii, and Nintendo GameCube.

My experience was impressive as I registered, picked my gaming console, and picked Black Ops. GameFly immediately verified availability of the game and it was off in the mail! It took a couple of days to arrive, but I was pleased with the amount of wait time.

Blockbuster charges $9.71 to rent Call of Duty Black Ops. I joined GameFly for $5.95. I saved money and rented the game for one month through GameFly.

After the first month the fee for GameFly membership is $15.95. You keep a game for one month and return in postage free only to rent another to be delivered by mail. GameFly also has a two-game rental option which begins at $9.95 for the first month. You order two games for the first month. The second month you still order two games, but will be charged $22.95.

The final option with GameFly which is good for those who are pinching pennies, want to check out a game, or want to see how GameFly suits them is the GameFly Free Trial. You can play two games of your choice for free up to 10 days. You can cancel on or before the 10th day and not be billed.

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Nostalgia With Nintindo Power Pad

In games, Nintendo, video game on November 7, 2010 at 11:00 pm

During the Christmas season of 1986, I believe it was, I sneaked into the shed where my mother hid the gifts and saw that she had purchased my sister and I a Nintendo Power Pad!

I believe this contraption paved the way for the relative Wii, Kinect, Move and any others existent and popular today!  Can you imagine being a game tester for this device alone.  Not only did they have endless fun providing feedback to the publisher, but they also probably got paid  doing so.

My experience was sublime.  My sister and I played it for many years.  When company came over it was a source of entertainment.  We mainly played the Olympics game that came with the pad.  We never purchased any other games specifically for the Power Pad, though we loved the Power Pad so much.  I called myself exercising using the Power Pad.  I even at times used my hands to beat the computer when I could not run fast enough.  One bad experience I had was a foul smell one evening when my cousins came to visit.  I did not know them well and was honored to have them in my room.  I thought the smell was from some of them.  Come to find out, the smell came from my feet!  Word of caution, if you use the Power Pad, Wii fit, Twister, or any other game with shoes off, check your feet or wash them off!