The movie streaming and rental service confirmed that it has "no plans" to offer video game rentals during yesterday's Q4, 2011 earnings call, reports Endgadget.
Netflix had originally planned to offer video games as part of its Qwikster physical rental service. The move to separate its physical and online offerings has since been scrapped, along with any plans to introduce gaming rentals.
It is also looking into the possibility of adding 3D content to its film and TV streaming service, although no further details were given.
In a recent letter to shareholders, Netflix hailed its "very successful" UK and Ireland launch, revealing that it had enjoyed faster member growth than its move into Canada.
The firm also dubbed the Sky Go multi-platform service its biggest competitor in the long term.
Netflix launched in the UK and Ireland earlier this month, taking on Amazon's LoveFilm and Sky Movies.
The streaming service boasts catalogue movies from five of the six major studios, and will host films such as Hunger Games and The Hobbit in the future.
Watch a trailer for The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey below: