- Aug 27, 2010
He's... Out of circulation at present. He's quite an old man now, so you can probably guess what's happening there.Where is Sir Clive in all this, his company is still listed as one of the four directors. And I presume he owns part of RCL. But not a peep from him, nor has anyone brought him up. Weird.
The main problem I suppose is that there's a lot of unknowns - why does Paul have a stake in the company? Who started all this in the first place? Who didn't get paid? Who walked off with thousands? I'm pretty well clued up on the whole thing (I was one of the guys who had to recover a lot of RCL's web presence when Paul apparently failed to hand over the assets they needed) but I only get RCL's side of the story. Rather than rash speculation and accusation - which is alive and well on Facebook of all places, surprise surprise - it would do everyone some good to just calm down, let the police investigations run their course and see what happens.
Of course, if you've given money to RCL then you might rightly be a bit miffed about the delays but tbh I've heard nothing but reasonable explanations for them from inside RCL. As I've said before, they owe me a considerable (to me) sum of cash for work I've done, but I'm not chasing them for it at present as they've got enough on their plate as it is.
Nearly, but not quite... they're designing, tooling and building a handheld, and two desktops! THE64 and THE64Mini...Retro Games being behind "The 64" Indiegogo campaign. The company that's attempting to design , create tooling and build both a handheld and desktop C64 console and provide them to 400+ backers. All for the Flexible funding they got from Indiegogo in the amount of $100K