Initial offerings include Kung Fu Panda, Madden NFL 08, Iron Man, Guitar Hero, Sonic Heroes and Final Fantasy titles, according to the Dayton Daily News. The institution will focus on family games and games for players over the age of 10.
Library members can keep the title for up to a week, with one extension available.
The impetus behind the program came from patron requests and the growing video game industry. Centerville marks the fourth library in Ohio to begin offering games, with directory Cindi Klinck stating that it "strives to be on the leading edge of library service."
Cool! The Westerville, OH library has a pleothora of PC game offerings, granted nothing within the last year but a pretty good selection of decent games -althrough it also has a request system which it's pretty good at getting its hands on copies of stuff if they can.
Would be nice if they or any of the Columbus libraries start offerings console titles as well. This trend should continue!
they're doing the same thing up here in n/e ohio