Red Box Offering Games in Orlando

Here’s something to look forward to when you head out to 7/11 next time.  Recently Red Box in my area started offering video games at $2 a night.  They had Red Dead Redemption available on PS3 last week.  I didn’t get it because if I did, I would have failed this month class lol!

As I was driving home, a radio spot aired talking about this and only being in the Orlando area.  Not sure if that’s really true, but I wouldn’t be surprised if this was nationwide by the end of the summer.

The games they had available right before I got home, was UFC Undisputed 2010 for PS3 & 360. And a crappy Wii game:/

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