Last week I had the chance to interview Sean Spector, one of the co-founders of Gamefly, the number one game-rental service in the world. Here's a list of the topics we covered in the interview for those who want a reason to listen to the full interview:
- How Gamefly was formed and why don't they have any major competition
- Where he sees the game industry in 2008 and where it's going in 2009
- Gamefly's reaction to the advances in digital distribution
- Which console makes up the majority of their rentals (hint: it's from Microsoft)
- Gamefly's role in the video game industry
- What games he's looking forward to in 2009
* The product in this article was sent to us by the developer/company for review.
Hi, my name is Charles Husemann and I've been gaming for longer than I care to admit. For me it's always been about competing and a burning off stress. It started off simply enough with Choplifter and Lode Runner on the Apple //e, then it was the curse of Tank and Yars Revenge on the 2600. The addiction subsided somewhat until I went to college where dramatic decreases in my GPA could be traced to the release of X:Com and Doom. I have been a Microsoft Xbox MVP since 2009.