arenaman: We can debate our pants off wether it should be exclusive or exclusively and were the restrited thing comes in.
Bottom line is that there is a lot of speculation. No one knows for shure. So we *all* should be very carefull and think twice before we start pointing our fingers and shouting :" Company X or Y is wrong."
But your statement that RO4 is a complete new operating system ( since you say that it doenst come from 3.XX!) is very odd. What on earth does this support the claims of castle?
If it has no bondage with 3.XX and is rewritten from the ground up then the claims of castle doenst hold much ground.....
In this case the complete code and ip belongs to ROL.
But we all know that both ro5 *and* ro4 derrive from 3.XX.
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