Today (June 30th, 2013) marks the most excessive testing period ever to be broadcast on T-Radio.
The broadcast testing period lasted 4 hours - lasting from 4:15pm to 8:15pm. It tested out new stings for the station and running orders. This 4 hour period has not been the only time that T-Radio has been tested on today - earlier on in the day tests took place on the T-Pods and the Schedules.
More tests are to come over the next few weeks, however T-Games confirm that T-Radio is beginning to make way for it's launch date - which they're estimating to be Late July/Early August time.
Earlier on T-Games released a promotional video, advertising U-Music and T-Radio. To view the promotion, click here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J2KzU7o-ru8
T-Radio is an internet radio station operated by T-Games and U-Music. It is currently in testing, and does not operate 24/7. At the moment, when it is broadcasting, it either loops U-Music Music or pulls in signals from Chart Music Shows.
"The fact that T-Radio is testing whilst also broadcasting globally comes as a privilege to the general public"
T-Games state that soon T-Radio will run on a schedule, and will also broadcast stuff like The T-Games T-Pods and interviews with people such as well-known creators from LittleBigPlanet and staff of T-Games.
However, since T-Radio is in the process of testing, T-Games state it means that it's broadcast will often cut, switch and could turn-off/start at any moment. Random sound files may be played, and random radio stations may instead replace the broadcast - however this is to be expected.
T-Games state that T-Radio is planned to be released Late June - Early August.
After over 19 months, the next generation GameExpo is finally being launched! The GameExpo III is planned to be released at 17:00GMT+1 on Wednesday the 26th of June 2013 - 2 Years since the launch of the original 'GameExpo Classic' console.
The level will be on Tardisbill's Earth. The level will also release the GameExpo II and the GameExpo Classic.
Like the GameExpo II, the GameExpo III is backwards compatible - and is therefore able to play GameExpo Classic, GameExpo II and GameExpo III games. (However, GameExpo III games cannot be played on the GameExpo Classic or GameExpo II).
The GameExpo and NeXT development teams have confirmed that the GameExpo III will not interfere with The NeXT Generation in any way - and that the GameExpo will be seen as the casual console, whilst the NeXT Generation will be seen as the more advanced consoles.
Earlier this month the Evergeen Park Soundtrack Albums were removed from the U-Music Store due to legal issues with LittleBigPlanet. However, now they are free to preview (but not available to download) from the same place as they were previously.
T-Games and U-Music will contact LittleBigPlanet to try and make the music available to download to the public. But for now they will remain un-downloadable.
Evergreen Park: The Soundtrack Part I - http://u-music.bandcamp.com/album/evergreen-park-the-soundtrack-part-i
Evergreen Park: The Soundtrack Part II - http://u-music.bandcamp.com/album/evergreen-park-the-soundtrack-part-ii
When U-Music was launched a week ago, it brought with it 2 albums: 'Evergeen Park: The Soundtrack Part I' and 'Evergeen Park: The Soundtrack Part II'. However, all of the music content on the albums are remixed work of Media Molecule, and so, without their permission for distributing, both of the albums had to be removed.
However, the 'Evergeen Park PS Vita: The Soundtrack' album that is planned to be released on the U-Music Marketplace sometime soon will contain 100% original music created under the license of T-Games, so you can look forward to listening to and downloading for free the soundtrack of 'Evergeen Park: PS Vita Edition' soon.
Previously it was announced that Creation Crew would be revived for T-Games. Well, that is still happening - however under the name of 'T-Squad'. However, the Creation Crew content has been re-named and changed so much so that it's almost as if it's not even 'Creation Crew' anymore.
Previous Creation Crew members will automatically be a part of the T-Squad, and previous Administrators will become Nobles/Royalty (Depending on whether they are a part of T-Games or not).
In Creation Crew there was a very well-known hangout called 'The Funhouse' on LittleBigPlanet. Well, those of you who remember it will be happy to hear that the Funhouse will be returning on LittleBigPlanet (On TGamesOfficial's Earth) and making a new appearance on Minecraft (Located near the T-Games Enterprise on mau5ville.com) under the name of The T-Squad Fort.
T-Games is currently in the progress of reviving an old clan - Creation Crew.
Creation Crew was originally a closed-clan created in Mid-2010 inside of LittleBigPlanet. At it's peak it consisted of around 20 players. It had it's own base called the Funhouse which was a very popular hang-out area for the clan.
The clan had two teams, red and blue. Both would rival against eachother in competitions, and elect their own head. The head of team Red and Blue would compete against eachother every month in a courtroom located inside of the Funhouse with the Head and Co-Head of Creation Crew. The team heads would try and convince the Head and Co-Head of Creation Crew to make them president of Creation Crew. Whatever team the elected president was on, the Head and Co-Head would also be on.
However, like most clans, Creation Crew suffered with the arrival of LittleBigPlanet 2. A Funhouse 2 was built, however it proved to be very un-popular with the new times. A few months later, in an attempt to bring back Creation Crew, a Funhouse 3 was created. This attempt failed, and Creation Crew was slowly forgotten about and left.
But now, T-Games is bringing it back. However, now it's going to be better than ever. An open community for T-Games. Choose which team you like. Battle against each-other with creation battles,
The U-Music team has been tremendously busy this week as they properly launched their U-Music Marketplace that has been in beta since October of 2013.
The U-Music Marketplace is located on their website http://www.u-musiconline.weebly.com, and contains all of the music from the U-Music Marketplace on LittleBigPlanet 2, whilst also storing new content uniquely for the online store.
"The U-Music Marketplace on the website and bandacamp.com will be the new main hub of U-Music. It will contain all of the U-Music content - yes, even including all of that from LittleBigPlanet 2. Any new content to the LittleBigPlanet 2 Marketplace will now automatically also be added to the online store. Think of the LittleBigPlanet 2 U-Music Marketplace now as a bonus to the LittleBigPlanet 2 community, no more is it the main hub for U-Music." says Billy Anderson, the founder of U-Music.
U-Music had 4 albums lined up for it's launch date:
U-Music - Launch Week! (As seen on the LittleBigPlanet 2 Marketplace)
T-Games - Evergreen Park The Soundtrack Part I
T-Games - Evergreen Park The Soundtrack Part II
Billy Anderson - Change
The Evergreen Park Soundtracks have had to be taken down due to copyright reasons, however Evergreen Park: Ps Vita The Soundtrack will be released some time soon.
The artist 'The Darkness Within' has 2 albums lined up to be released soon:
Increase in Measurement
The U-Music Marketplace is hosted on a hybrid of the U-Music website and u-music.bandcamp.com.