Redbox has been experimenting with video game rentals in 5000 of its kiosks over the past two years and is now betting that the same people renting DVDs and Blu-rays from supermarkets and fast food joints will want to bathe in the gore of Mortal Kombat. At first, these Redboxes will have 20 titles on hand, with plans to increase that number to 24. You can check out Redbox's Web site to see what games are now stocked and place reservations online.
Indeed, making video games available for grab-and-go rentals is a smart move, and sure to satisfy your need for instant gratification. After all, there are no big box video stores around anymore, and the only other method of renting games is deliver-by-mail GameFly.