GameFly and GameStop are not partners, so the likelihood of GameFly filming at an ACTUAL GameStop is pretty much nil. Most likely, GameFly bought a space at some shopping strip mall, decorated it, and filmed it there. Afterwards, it was broken down, never to be seen again.
Seriously, do you think GameStop would actually LET GameFly mock them like that by using THEIR store?
If there ARE any perks, they will be in the form of one-time use codes that only the owner of the game will have.
Renters will only receive the base game (plus any changes/bug fixes included in free downloadable patches), regardless of any pre-order perks.
I'm not too sure about Age of Wonders, but you CAN "rent" World of Warcraft...from Blizzard...for about $15/month (give or take a few bucks depending on the deal).
Besides, you can play the trial for free...up to level 20. I think that's more than enough game time to determine if you want to continue playing.
Unfortunately, you can't play WoW using your GameFly account because GameFly's system and WoW's system run on two completely different subscription models. Sorry.
This question, in my opinion, brings up three thoughts (sorry in advance if it sounds rude, but this is how I see it):
1. Weak name. If you're asking for validity of your name being "offensive", then the name is weak. I do have to applaud you on your spelling...some people here can't spell to save their lives.
2. There's nothing attached with your name. No pic, no reputation, no nothing. It's just two semi-negative (really only one) words put together.
3. Means something completely different. Just like people name fat kids "tiny", I'm tempted to think the user is NOT really a horrible soul.
Unfortunately, people don't really understand how much money it takes to upkeep multiplayer servers. It really comes out of the pocket of the developer/publisher and could have been used to make new games.