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Tabula Rasa Credits downsized by two-thirds
By Tor Thorsen, GameSpot Posted Jul 29, 4:28 pm PT Administrators of the sci-fi MMORPG reduce gameworld from nine worlds to three.
When it was launched earlier this year, The Tabula Rasa Credits was billed as the "Next Big Thing" in massively multiplayer online role-playing games.
As it turned out, the only thing big about the game was the amount of money its developer, Monolith Productions, and publisher, Warner Bros.
Interactive Entertainment, lost on the project. In the wake of tepid reviews and even cooler sales--reportedly less than $100,000--the game was sold off to Sony Online Entertainment, the MMORPG-centric publisher of EverQuest II, for an undisclosed sum.
Now The Matrix Online's new landlords have decided to shrink their virtual realm by two-thirds.
In a post on the official The Matrix Online Web site (which, still sports a "warnerbros" URL), administrators have announced that the MMORPG is being reduced from its current nine worlds to just three due to a sparse population.