Entries in 'rental' (26)
Online rental giant Lovefilm has issued an apology to its customers for not informing them that the firm planned to abandon the games sector.
Retailer Blockbuster hopes to take another step toward recovery with an exclusive deal on Quentin Tarantino’s latest DVD and Blu-ray release.
Irish entertainment rental and retail firm Xtra-vision has fallen into receivership after being "unable to meet its debts".
Just hours after streaming film service Netflix launched on both PS3 and Xbox 360 in the UK, rival Lovefilm has reduced the price of its service to undercut it.
US rental giant Netflix has at last arrived in the UK.
An internet rental specialist has promised to share its used game profits with publishers.
Forget Online Passes – renting is the new weapon for the war on pre-owned.
The UK arm of rental chain Blockbuster has announced that as of today members of its Unlimited Rental Plan can now rent games at no additional charge.
The already competitive games rental sector is about to get a brand new competitor – Danish firm OnePlayS.
UK consumers will be able to rent digital PC games from Direct2Drive later this year.
Dish Network has bought Blockbuster in a $320m deal.
After the most traumatic year in the chain’s history, rental and entertainment retailer Blockbuster is bursting back into life in the US with its first nationwide advertising campaign since 2007.
As Premier League football clubs prove on a yearly basis, having a lot of debt doesn’t necessarily mean you are a bad business.
Redbox is rolling out its video games rental service to its retail kiosks around the US.
It has been revealed with little fanfare that leading European game and movie rental firm Lovefilm is to launch a streaming movie service on Sony’s PlayStation Network for PS3 owners.
After what’s been a long wait Sony’s PlayStation Network video delivery service is now live in the UK, Germany Spain and France.
Though the exact launch date and pricing remains a tightly guarded secret at SCEE, Sony has at least revealed a little bit of information about its PSN movie and TV ...
SCEA has penned deals with a number of film companies that will bring a whole host of new content to the PS3 video rental service.
After weeks of speculation it has been officially confirmed that online streaming movie rental service Netflix is heading to PS3 in North America some time in November.
SCEE has confirmed that its long-awaited movies-on-demand service is heading to Europe, with the UK, France, Germany and Spain set to receive the service first of all, kicking off this ...