Hundreds of keen gamers queued outside High Street shops to get their hands on Sony’s PlayStation Portable (PSP) as it went on sale in Europe at midnight.
Sony expects a million of the gadgets, a games console that plays films and music, and browses the web wirelessly, to be sold before Christmas. Its European launch was delayed after a supply shortage following its US debut.
The PSP arrived in Europe nine months after it hit Japanese stores and six months after the US.
Published in: Games Consoles on 2005-09-01