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Retrieving Print Books from Other ASU Library

Remember:  If you find a book at another ASU Library, use the "Request" function (in yellow below) to have it sent to you at your home campus.  They arrive very quickly.

But most recently published books about video games are online editions!  You will be able to view them from your computer. 

Finding Books on Games

There are plenty of books on games in the ASU Library.  Use the ASU Library's Catalog to identify and locate them.  

ASU Library's Online Catalog

You can go directly to the catalog at the link above through the ASU Library' Home Page and link on the "Catalog" tab as shown below.  Use the drop-down menu highlighted in yellow to choose "Subject Heading" if you wish, or conduct a Keyword search.  

OR the links below will take you directly to Subject Heading searches:

Some Video Game Subject Headings for Books

Here are some direct links to the ASU Library' Online Catalog to Video Game Subject Headings:

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