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Renchi

RenChi.com
Industry Video games, consumer electronics
Founded 2005
Headquarters HQ in Hong Kong
Products

PS3 (PlayStation 3), PSP (PlayStation Portable), Nintendo DS Lite/DS,Nintendo Wii, Xbox 360 Console

Accessories =
Slogan Import Games, Consoles & Accessories
Website www.renchi.com

RENCHI.com was an online game consoles, video games, accessories, and DVD Blu-ray Movies and TV shows retailer located in Hong Kong.

History

Renchi was established in 2005 in Hong Kong and was part of the The Redwolf Airsoft Group which is famous in the airsoft industry for the past 8 years. Renchi was built on the same platform and idea that global customers can be benefited from its Asian sourcing capabilities in the gaming industry.

Renchi is adding movies to their line-ups. More are to come.

Renchi currently has been offline for over a year now, and perhaps no longer exists.

See also

External links

  • Official import games website
  • Listing from GamesIndustry.biz
  • Renchi Facebook profile page
  • Review of renchi on the web
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