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GPlay Review

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**GPlay used to be our #1 video game rental service, but it has since been discontinued. Please see our current top services GameFly , Gamerang and GottaPlay.**

  1. The number of games the service has on average.
    More is better
  2. 9 GPlay
  3. 8000 Games
  4. 8000 Games
  5. 48 Games
  6. Category Average
    5349.33 Games

GPlay has partnered with the number #4 service NumbThumb. While at one time GPlay was our #1 service, all new memberships are redirected to NumbThumb's sign-up screens. Additionally, GPlay's homepage makes it difficult to search for games on newer platforms like PS3 and Wii. However, if you are a current member of GPlay, they will still honor your membership. For that reason, we have kept our original full review of GPlay intact. 

GPlay has a fair selection of video games and a free trial so you can check out the service before you sign up. GPlay also has a live chat operator available to answer questions you may have. Meanwhile, please see our #1 ranked product and "TopTenREVIEWS Gold Award" winner, GameFly.

Help & Support

GPlay will deliver your video game rentals one or two days after you make your selection if you live on the east coast and three to four days if you live on the west coast.


Even though GPlay only has about half the inventory that GameLender offers, they offer an excellent set of features, fast delivery times and a free trial membership. The only service we felt GPlay lacked were parental control tools.