Tabula Rasa isn’t screwed, says NCsoft

Wednesday, 11th June 2008 14:24 GMT By Patrick Garratt


Talking to Eurogamer, NCSoft has rebutted recent talk that Richard Garriot’s MMO Tabula Rasa is in dire straights.

“Tabula Rasa has a dedicated player base, which is growing month on month,” said NCsoft Europe’s David Blundell.

“Tabula Rasa offers players a different kind of MMO experience, enhancing our portfolio of game titles. The game play mechanics are very different to that of a typical MMO – those who have experienced the game have recognised these innovative features and applauded them.

“A recent European trial promotion was met with great demand; we will be doing a similar promotion later in the year.”

The comments come after the game was seen to barely feature in a Q1 financial report.

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  1. Michael

    Kudos to them. The game seems to be doing well, with a solid userbase.

    Everyone seems to think if you don’t have the number of subscriptions World of Warcraft has, you’re an automatic failure. Even if you had only 100,000 active subscribers a week, that’s a hell of a lot of money going into the coffers.

    #1 7 years ago
  2. patlike

    It says on that EG report that it’s got about 75,000 paying subs. That’s plenty, frankly.

    #2 7 years ago
  3. TJ

    I suppose the difference is that sales of a few tens of thousands wouldn’t be a lot for any other AAA undertaking, but for MMOs when you factor in the fact they’re getting paid every month it’s probably less of a failure than it sounds.

    #3 7 years ago
  4. Newbie101

    Its apparently not even sold six thousand copies in the UK yet…. which is a shame and a bit pants! (IMO)

    #4 7 years ago

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