Chicagotribune writes: "When we learned libraries were installing video games to draw teens and young adults through their doors, our first thought was that it's like luring people to church with free beer. Who says that's a good idea? Sure, they'll come, but then how do you get rid of them?
The library, we thought, was a place for study and contemplation, not a hangout for gamers. Yes, we know modern libraries often have more DVDs than Blockbuster, more computers than the local community college and better coffee than Starbucks."