We are aware that a number of known associates of the former Managing Director Paul Andrews and his business partner Darren Melbourne have been in touch with another fake "news story". Yet again, The Register is simply being used by Mr Andrews and Mr Melbourne in another attempt to damage a great project.
The information on which The Register article is based is out of date. Paul Andrews, as Managing Director, was responsible for signing the original agreements with rights owners, but since his resignation on April 8th 2016 a number of our company's contracts and commercial arrangements have been changed.
So here we go.....first preview of the proposed Vega+ box design. We have tried to stay true to the original "Speccy" design principles and we hope you like it.
A couple of weeks ago Retro Computers Limited were the subject of an “investigation” by Gareth Corfield of The Register an article so well “fact checked” and researched it will no doubt win a Pulitzer or maybe it won’t.
In the last couple of weeks we have been overwhelmed with offers of new games for our ZX Spectrum Vega+. So many impressive ones, in fact, that we’re working on replacing some of the games which have been withdrawn, with some of the brilliant new ones you’re going to love.
Last Thursday, on March 16th, Gareth Corfield of The Register published an “investigation” (sic) into the Vega+ crowdfunding campaign. No surprise that we were forced to fact check this alleged investigation. The article was poorly researched as there were many documented facts the 'journalist' failed to mention:
Been hanging out with these beauties...
So a day later than planned but here for the very first time a sneak peak of our red, white and blue baby Vega's. We will post footage, better stills and another up-date of the screen booting up and playing a game tomorrow...but for now, we couldn't wait to share these beauties with you.....
We hope you agree that they look pretty fine....
The root cause of the much publicised dispute between our company and its former Directors, Paul Andrews and Chris Smith, can be traced back to Mr Melbourne himself.
Following a Court hearing on March 2nd we can also now explain the legal action which has been taking place between our company and our former sales agent, Cornerstone Media International Ltd and its director and 99% owner Nicholas Malcolm Cooper.