Not sure by your question if you need a description of the game or not.... but here is the XBox 360 description of the game.....
The Third Street Saints have gone from most wanted to officially licensed. The marauders hit the big-time, and get their names and faces on bobbleheads, sports drinks, and more. A global criminal organization known as The Syndicate takes notice and demands tribute. Bad idea. The Saints devise a payment plan that includes mayhem, vengeance, and the kind of anarchy they've turned into an art form. Let it all hang out as you explore an open-world playground where there's no such thing as too over-the-top. If what you're doing isn't the craziest thing you've done in a game, it's probably because you still haven't gotten over what you just did a couple moments before.
I have this game on the XBox 360. It is a pretty decent game, still playing it myself, but from what I notice is that it is not too difficult most of the time, but still is enjoyable. If you are asking us whether or not you should rent it, I would say yes if you feel you would like this type of game. I rented it from GameFly and then paid to keep it.
As stated previously by members, GameFly doesn't rent the consoles themselves just the games. Having said that, you MAY be able to find a local video game rental store that will rent the consoles; however, unless you only want to see if you would like the console before purchasing your own console, you would be charged quite a bit I am sure. Good Luck.
To my knowledge there is no way you could do this short of purchasing another account. If you chose one out at a time for each account you would be charged $15.95 a month plus taxes for EACH account. You could do as I do and just alternate the queue to have them ship a title for this console this time, then a title for another console next time... Even if you wanted to have two out at a time it would only cost you $22.95 a month plus taxes for EACH account... and later in your membership you will be allowed to have 3 or 4 out at a time for additional charges. Hope this information helps you with your decision.
My assumption is that they chose not to do so as that would most likely require additional programming to make the games compatible on the Wii. I also assume that the demand for them to be on the Wii does not warrant them spending additional money on the programmers... But these are only assumptions - and we all know what happens when we ass.u.me :-)
It is suggested you make a sleeve out of paper and include a note with your account information so they can quickly and accurately credit your account for the return when they receive it. If after 7 business days they still show it as not being received, I would contact them and let them know you returned it without the white sleeve.
When I purchased mine through XBox Live it came with: Undead Nightmare Pack, Liars and Cheats Pack & Legends and Killers Pack.
The following is the description from the XBox Live Website regarding this Collection: "The Undead Nightmare Collection combines the Undead Nightmare Pack, Liars and Cheats Pack & Legends and Killers Pack. Undead Nightmare Pack: An entirely new single-player campaign following John Marston as he tries to find a cure for the highly-infectious undead plague. Liars and Cheats Pack: Multiplayer Poker, Liar’s Dice, Horse Racing, Stronghold competitive mode and Explosive Rifle. Legends and Killers Pack: Nine new map areas, Multiplayer Characters from Red Dead Revolver and Tomahawk weapon. "