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Use your library card to rent games

James Ransom-Wiley
March 3, 2005
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It's news to us, but then again, we're not exactly regulars at the local public library.  But apparently, a number of libraries have begun to build a significant collection of video games.  That's right, you heard us, video games!

Over on Gaming Target, John Scalzo details his quest to stock his public library full of public interest, critically acclaimed, and family-friendly (no M-rated) games.  Needles to say, there were some bumps in the road, but the future is definitely bright.

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