GetGames appears functional, but the site design seems a bit lacking and dated. Of the three dedicated Canadian game rental sites, they offer the least detail, only genre (11 listed), release date, and ESRB, with a synopsis and capacity for customer review, but no screenshots or third party reviews from magazine, sites, and such.
They do stock Canada's widest wide range of titles--some 4,000, which they claim includes virtually every video game available for rental in Canada--serving all eight major consoles; 303 titles for Xbox 360, 798 for Xbox, 177 for PS3, 1093 for PS2, 358 for PSP, 283 for Wii, 482 for Gamecube, 496 for DS; on average slightly more than Game Access, though the difference shouldn't affect the average gamer unless you're into more obscure, older games
They are based in St, Catherines, Ontario, and they claim their proximity to Toronto gives swift shipping times across Canada. The President, Keith Makse, unveiled a new billing system in November 2006, giving the ability change membership level and payment level and such on the site.
There were some problems with the site in late 2008, including downtimes and online speculation they might be going out of business, but GetGames appears to be still going. Likewise, in summer 2009 we had some negative feedback on their customer service, with one subscriber saying he emailed them three times in a 13 day period with no response, so we've dropped their customer service rankings.
Prices: Get Games packages start at $16.95 for an unlimited one game out, rising to $23.95 for two games, and $28.95 for for three games, $33.95 for four games, and $38.95 for five games.