|Posted by Michael Nazhi on February 4, 2016 at 5:15 PM|
After a deadly seven months, eight if you count February Of Twenty Sixteen; JayDee Games and JayDee Records have officially gotten back onto their feet. Both companies were devastated after a hacker on Google Translate infiltrated the JayDee Games localization server and corrupted the entire company's computers with malware that is worthy of supreme condemnation.
Days passed. Those days turned into weeks, and those weeks into months. The company was horrified and didn't know what to do. But eventually the CEO, James Johnson, stood up and yelled to nobody in particular, "That's it, JayDee Games is coming back, even if it's the last thing I cause!"
And thus, because of James's iPad and a little internet magic, JayDee Games, and also JayDee Records, were reborn!
James: "I just wanna ghivva shoutout to all my fans. All the support and feedback, both positive AND negative, really inspired me to do something bigger than I'd ever done before on my own in the technological world. So thank you for making my dream become a reality, and welcome to generation two of JayDee Industries!"
James and his crew have already made another game and a couple of new songs since their revival. We'll keep you posted as to all the latest JayDee updates, here in The News Room at Motel Kumania!