I was wondering about subscribing to gamefly and thankfully the OP posted in a timely manner.
I agree with the savings aspect because I find that most games that I have played are short lived and to spend $60 only to trade it two months later for much less is a killer. I do enjoy whatever single player games I have played, but I find that most of the time after beating it, I am done with it. I’ve played 6 PS3 games all of which I have beaten in less than 4 weeks, so that totals to $360. With gamefly, I can swap out when I am done and boom, new game for cheap.
Honestly, the the only games I would buy are the franchises I am totally dedicated to (Castlevania, Metroid, MGS), and fighting games, but other than that, its a big no purchase wise.
I think the negative thing about gamefly is that they dont get new games on the first day of release, no? I was doing some engine searching on their website for RE5 when it came out, and I didnt see it there at all. Was it just a bad day for them or do they not get new releases?