If you love games, you’ll love, Love Film.
I’ve been a member of LF for some time now, when I joined you could only rent out movies, then those clever bods at LF expanded and added games to their rental list.
I was amazed at how many people I’d spoke to, either didn’t know about LF, or didn’t realise you could hire games from them, I thought it was time to educate and bring you all up to speed.
LF is the UK’s and Europe’s biggest DVD and Games rental service, posting out its first DVD rentals in 2002, over the last nine years LF has grown from strength to strength, with subscriptions now allowing you to mix your packages.
The two great things about the LF service is the turnaround time to receiving your rentals and the vast library of rentals on their site. From posting a rental back, to the next one arriving at my door, the average turnaround is three days (and hats off to Royal Mail for doing your bit too!). That’s quite impressive and keeps me a rather happy member of the LF service. Over the past six months I’ve rented nine games, five films and have another fifty eight in my rental queue.
Being able to keep the rental for as long as you want, without late fees is a really good thing the service has going for itself. There’s nothing worse than getting to an absolutely amazing part of the game (or getting stuck on the end boss, thus waiting up online for your mates) and having to get in the car/plane/batmobile and take it back to the shop and hire it for another 7 days and with Blockbusters £1 a night extra fees, that’s going to get costly real quick if your playing on the insane difficulty!
Packages start from £11.22 a month for the one disc at home games/film and unlimited online streaming package (or £4.99 a month for just film lovers) to £14.99 a month for the 3 disc with the same rentals option. Currently I’m on the £14.99pm package and enjoy 3 discs at a time. That’s a film, game and a film to entertain the kids a week, that’s a massive hundred forty-eight disks of your choice a year (if renting a different title a week!), if that’s not enough for you, don’t forget you have unlimited film and TV series, being streamed from Love Film Instant
What else are you going to get for £14.99 a month?
Unless you’re in Gamestation, let’s face it, there’s not a lot, maybe a cinema ticket and a small coke, if your lucky. Or a pair of boxers, maybe even Lady GaGa’s latest CD, still even that doesn’t compare to a three disc at a time, unlimited game/film rentals.