I've been working on a library 2.0 wiki for the last month or two - http://instructionwiki.org/Library_2.0_in_15_minutes_a_day
and really enjoying it, and it started me thinking about other ways to harness our collective intelligence on topics that are still very new for many libraries. So I thought maybe it would be time for a wiki about video games usage in libraries. I'm sure that someone at ALA is publishing or has published a book on the topic already, and i know of a couple of blogs that tackle this issue regularly, but I thought a wiki might prove to be more up-to-date and updatable than a book, particularly if a lot of librarians were interested in working on it.
I figure the wiki could have a two main sections - 'Hardware/Software' (for descriptions/review of systems and games) and 'Programs' (for descriptions of programs where games are used, how they are used, best practices for programs, links to program info, etc.)
What other sections would be useful/interesting? Are there sites/wikis already out there that are doing this? Thoughts in general?
Also, I wasn't sure if this was a "Library 2.0" topic, except that it involves making a wiki, and many video games are also forms of social software, either within the game or because of the program where the game is used.