The Digital Media Lab holds the video game and video game console collection. This service is being launched Fall of 2016. All our consoles were donated by either the Interactive Media department in the School of Communications or by library staff.

If you would like to make a donation, please contact Vanessa Rodriguez, e-Learning & Emerging Technologies Librarian.


You can browse the video game shelf in the DML alcove to view what the library currently owns. You can also search in the library catalog, but the easiest way is to click for the full list.

We have games for the following game consoles:

  • Playstation (can be played on Playstation 2)
  • Playstation 2
  • Playstation 3
  • Xbox 360
  • Wii
  • Nintendo Gamecube (can be played on Wii)
  • Super Nintendo
  • Sega Genesis

Game Check-Out Policies:

  • 7 day check out – for games on Playstation 2 & 3, Xbox 360, and Wii
  • 3 hour check-out – for all other games. Hours of check-out can be extended if no one else has reserved the game.
  • How to Play a Game – easy flowchart explains how to check-out games to play
  • library fees will be assessed on any equipment returned late or lost.


  • Playstation 2 & 3
  • Xbox 360
  • Super Nintendo
  • Sega Genesis
  • Wii

Console Check-Out Policies:

  • in-library only
  • 3 hours at a time.
  • Hours of check-out can be extended if no other reservation for the equipment has been made.

Where to Play in Richter

Monitors – DML has two viewing monitors that can be used for game play.  One is flat screen TV for newer consoles, one is an older tube model for vintage games. These monitors are reservable online. Please use headphones so as not to disturb other patrons.

List of All Games

To see a complete list of games, including board games and RPG manuals,  please view the Google spreadsheet.

Looking for Tabletop games and RPGs?

Visit the Games research guide for more information about the library’s collection of board games, card game, RPG manuals and sources for game research.

Save Game

Saved games will be deleted at the end of the semester or as space is needed. Our Playstation 2 comes with two memory cards, but patrons are free to bring their own.

Make Your Own Games

A LIST of handy online resources to help you create your own games.