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Photos: Midnight madness for Sony's PSP

Hundreds were lined up outside San Francisco's Metreon shortly before midnight for Sony's PSP.

Midnight madness for Sony's PSP

Keisler Nunez of San Francisco relaxes outside the city's Metreon shopping complex, where he was one several hundred people waiting in line Wednesday afternoon to buy a PlayStation Portable at midnight.

Credit: David Becker

waiting for the PSP

Midnight madness for Sony's PSP

Craig Rose of Antioch (seated, left) was among a handful of PlayStation patriots who'd been waiting outside Metreon more than 24 hours to be the first with a PSP.

Credit: David Becker

waiting for PSP

Midnight madness for Sony's PSP

Moragot Bodharamik of San Francisco passes the time with Nintendo's competing DS game player while waiting to buy a PSP.

Credit: David Becker

waiting for PSP

Midnight madness for Sony's PSP

Hundreds were lined up outside Metreon shortly before midnight.

Credit: David Becker

lining up outside Metreon

Midnight madness for Sony's PSP

A giant PSP mock-up across the street from Metreon counted down the time until midnight.

Credit: David Becker

the countdown

Midnight madness for Sony's PSP

Richard Roth buys the first PSP, with Jack Tretton, executive vice president for Sony Computer Entertainment America (right), doing the honors.

Credit: David Becker

one of the first sales

Midnight madness for Sony's PSP

Antoine Conners of San Francisco hands over his $250 for a PlayStation Portable.

Credit: David Becker

a happy buyer

Midnight madness for Sony's PSP

Alfonso Ochoa II of San Francisco brandishes the PSP he was able to purchase after a camping out in the rain overnight.

Credit: David Becker

victory

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