Would you like to play NCsoft's Tabula Rasa? I know what you're thinking: "Oh if only I could play NCsoft's Tabula Rasa! How heartless of Eurogamer to dangle that prospect in front of me when the possibility of it being so is so minimal!" To that we say: relax! Because we've teamed up with NCsoft to let you play Tabula Rasa.

We are in fact giving away several thousand keys for the Tabula Rasa closed beta test over on Eurogamers right this second! Just register for Eurogamers and then visit the Tabula Rasa beta key giveaway page and you too could be playing the next MMORPG from Richard Garriott - him of Ultima fame.

And while you wait to find out if you're lucky enough to have made it onto the beta, why not creep around our Tabula Rasa gamepage, where you can find an interview with the man himself, as well as news, trailers and screenshots in abundance? There really is no reason not to do that, and we're sure you will. Enjoy the beta.

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