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Tabula Rasa + EverQuest Reviews

  • The weeks of waiting are over and an official score has been set! Ten Ton Hammer's official review of Tabula Rasa has hit the presses, and it includes an in-depth analysis of the components of the game, whether its the Character Cloning System or oft-mentioned Logos. After spending hours in the game, Cody "Micajah" Bye describes the quality of the gameplay while also taking a look at the game's faults and flaws.

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    Tue, Dec 04, 2007
    RadarX
  • Yes, Virginia, there are honest reviews!
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    Mon, Dec 03, 2007
    Shayalyn
  • IGN released a full fledged review of Richard Garriott's Tabula Rasa today. Even though it's still a little early to do real reviews, the author referred to missions as "quests," and they discuss at least one feature that left beta a long time ago it wasn't too unfair.

    Reviews
    Wed, Nov 21, 2007
    RadarX
  • EU gaming site Eurogamer loads up Tabula Rasa and takes a look at game mechanics, advancement, and a lot more. They provided very generous scores and had a lot of nice things to say about it, so if you are looking for something that doesn't pick apart minor annoyances and does a fair job, this is a great read!

    Reviews
    Thu, Nov 15, 2007
    RadarX
  • They Say First Impressions Are Lasting Ones...
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    Thu, Nov 01, 2007
    Shayalyn
  • If there is an emerging market in gaming, it's for PC peripherals such as keyboards, mouses, and controllers. What does Tabula Rasa have available? RadarX plugs in Ideazon's Zboard with Tabula Rasa's all new keysets and takes it for a test run. How difficult is the board to use? What advantages does it provide? These questions and more are answered inside.

    Reviews
    Fri, Oct 26, 2007
    RadarX
  • It's like an FPS. But it's not. It's like an MMOFPS. Oh. They called it that?

    IncGamers has a new preview of Tabula Rasa up today, so if you're still on the fence, check it out.

    Reviews
    Fri, Oct 12, 2007
    Aelryn
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