Eager bookworms visiting the Washington-Centerville Public Library
in Centerville, Ohio, will face exposure to the new-fangled "video game" entertainment medium, as the library will now be loaning PS2, PS3, Wii and Xbox 360 games. According to the Dayton Daily News
, the library will carry two categories of games: Titles aimed at families, and ones aimed at players aged 10 and up (sans adult-only games). Each game will be available for one-week loan with the option of one renewal.
You can check for yourself which games are available in the library's online catalog
, though the Dayton Daily News has gone and confirmed the presence of Guitar Hero
, Kung-Fu Panda
, Madden NFL 08
and, err, Iron Man
. That one's probably meant to frighten the kids into reading books again.