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Bad Game Discs
Topic by: NarcTed
Posted: August 8, 2005 - 10:56 PM PDT
Last Reply: August 10, 2005 - 4:39 PM PDT

author topic: Bad Game Discs
post #1  on August 8, 2005 - 10:56 PM PDT  
Is it just me or do gamers not seem to take very good care of their discs? I've been renting video games from Gamefly for over a year now. They also use the paper slip with cardboard insert just like Greencine. Half the games a visibly scratched and I've gotten a few that don't work.

I've only gotten one Greencine disc this year that wouldn't play. The discs are always in good condition. Very few are visibly scratched.

So to all you Greencine users, thanks for taking good care of the discs.
post #2  on August 10, 2005 - 4:39 PM PDT  
Mmm...I've considered going to GameFly when I have the cash. Occasionally, I just want to rent a game and play until I'm finished. (This usually takes a very, very long time...cuz I suck at games.)

But I've rented from BB enough times to encounter the problem. I suspect it comes from numerous sources. 1) A game usually spends more time in a player than a DVD, 2) some of those gamers are kids...whaddya expect?, and 3) no offense to gamers...but I've met quite a few who are careless with their games...unlike us movie freaks. >;)

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