Playing games on a budget is anathema to many gamers, as they will wonder how you can play games which are brand new, and cost about £40 each, and still spend a small amount of money. Well, it has to be admitted, this isn’t an easy task, and you’re options are very limited; all you have to decide is whether you want to wait a couple of weeks after the release, and buy a slightly discounted second hand game, or to pay for a monthly subscription with an online games rental company.
The second option is a particularly interesting option, in that it is cheaper and also allows you to play as many games as you want. To go into the mechanics of such a subscription a little bit, you will typically have to pay a monthly subscription (usually less than £10 a month), which will allow you to play as many games as you want in a month, although only one at a time. So, you choose again, put yourself down on for that particular game, and it gets mailed to you. You play it for a couple of days, get bored of it, send it back, and then, once it has been confirmed, choose another game. The problem with this system is that for new games the competition to rent the games remains high for a while, so the chances of you receiving one quickly is quite low. You can increase your chances by paying for a fast track membership, where you pay a little extra, and get priority for all games rental.