16 year old Kendall Anderson got into some trouble and got his PlayStation taken away by his mother Rashida Anderson. After a 90 minute argument with his mother over the issue he proceeded to enter her room while she was sleeping and hit her over the head 20 times with a claw hammer.
She was still alive after this brutal beating according to his confession. He then dragged her downstairs and tried to cremate her in the kitchen oven and when that plan failed he continued to beat her with a chair leg. A Philadelphia Municipal Court judge then ordered him to stand trial for murder.
Kendal stated that it only took him about 3 hours to decide to kill his mother over the ordeal. In his confession he stated that “If I could, I would not do it again. I really miss my mom . . . she was the only person who cared for me.” Well killing her didn’t really help you get your PlayStation back did it?read more
Previously stated here about the Xperia Play that it has been confirmed for release on Sunday February 13th. Sony Ericsson has a private news conference where they will start the release of the phone. The conference is on Sunday February 13th at 1:00 PM EST. They will announce the price and some future games at that time. Here is a link to the Live Broadcast
I have Contacted Sony Ericsson and TekGoblin should be receiving a Play to review. So stay tuned for the live event and review.
Sony has just announced that in the next firmware update users will have the ability to save game data to the cloud. The feature will be called Online Saving and will be available in Firmware update 3.6.0. Online Saving will be available to PlayStation Plus subscribers only.
So rather than saving all of your game data to your hard drive or memory card you can opt to save it to Sony’s cloud. This way if you accidentally delete files off your hard drive or switch PlayStation’s you will still have them in the cloud.
Developers can opt out of Online Saving to be included in their games if they have concern with it being copied to the cloud.read more
That’s right, as said at E3 and talk of gamers everywhere. The Move Motion Controller, planed to be released on September 19, 2010 along with the Move Navigation controller, are already being pre-ordered. With Sony making the move to motion control, many ask why Move? It looks like Nintindo’s Wii remote. With the motion controllers sphere using RGB LED for visual feedback, Sony is confident the Move will be a more influential controller for motion play than any other motion based controller. With lots of added qualities, Move itself shows it will give Wii a run for its money.
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Here it is our first Episode of TekGoblin, The Show. In this show we discuss some of the news from E3 this year as well as Microsoft Kinect, Playstation Move, and Nintendo DS3.read more