Stewy/Speccyverse/johnpettigrew> Castle have *already* stated that because they cannot get ROL to "co-operate" they are uncertain as to what parts of RO4 are "clear" (what parts are undisputably Castle's and what bits were added later by ROL), they apparently said that RO3.71 or 5 are options for licensing to 3rd parties or (possibly) even an *early* version of RO4 (pre-Select)) and Castle might make those available. This gist of that *is* in the transcript it *is* public record - so why shouldn't vendors like STD take advantage (sorry Stuart - bad pun) of it.
Yes things have changed, but there are still (apparently) options for 3rd parties like STD... so what's the problem ?
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