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Thursday, 31st July 2008

Libraries' video games are teen magnet

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Libraries have supported games since houses of literature in Britain installed tables for cards, chess, dominos and billiards in the 1800s to lure the public away from houses of ill repute.

Super Smash Bros. Brawl for the Nintendo Wii is just the newest addition.

This fall, the Columbus Metropolitan Library plans to connect its branches to a national video-game tournament system for libraries. Eventually, Web cameras might even allow teens to trash-talk and cheer from branch to branch.

Source: The Columbus Dispatch


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