Library adds video game collection

Mario (aka Chris Baker, Teen Services and Technology Coordinator) has finished processing the Portage Public Library's video game collection, consisting of more than 120 popular games from the past 10 years, including new titles for modern systems. Baker expects there to be more than 100 more added within the next six months or so, and each month he will be picking up the newest, most popular games for major consoles. For a full list of games offered and more information about the game collection, visit portagelibrary.us/collection-information. The games are available to be put on hold with a working South Central Library System library card via the LINKCat system.

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Chris Baker, Teen Services and Technology Coordinator, has finished processing the Portage Public Library's video game collection, consisting of more than 120 popular games from the past 10 years, including new titles for modern systems.

Baker expects there to be more than 100 more added within the next six months or so, and each month he will be picking up the newest, most popular games for major consoles. For a full list of games offered and more information about the game collection, visit portagelibrary.us/collection-information. The games are available to be put on hold with a working South Central Library System library card via the LINKCat system.