MMO Tabula Rasa has, despite reports of low uptake, "a dedicated player base" and players have recognised "innovative features and applauded them."
The game was created by Richard Garriott, who is considered to be one of the Ultima Online founders. MMOGCHART claims subscribers are around 75,000.
NCSoft points out thatis not an official source for numbers though the company hasn't released official figures themselves yet.
"Tabula Rasa has a dedicated player base, which is growing month on month," said an NCsoft Europe spokesman.
"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."
From theirreleases the sci-fi MMORPG Tabula Rasa hasn't been performing as well as others, the four year old Guild Wars and City of Heroes reported as doing much better.
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NCSoft says Tabula Rasa not in trouble, "growing month on month"
12 June 2008 | By Jamie Davey