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Tabula Rasa's referral program: scratch our back, and we'll scratch yours too

Nov 17 // SRVSLPS

There's the old saying that goes something down the lines of good things come to those who wait, but Richard Garriott and NCsoft seem to have a better idea in mind. Well aware that there's not exactly a shortage of great games on the market for us to enjoy right now, they've decided to share a little early holiday cheer of their own with the announcement of Tabula Rasa's referral program.

The concept behind it is simple: As an account holder, you can send your friends a free three-day trial of the game. If they in turn upgrade to the full version, you are entitled to a month's worth of fun of your own with the MMORPG, for free. Sound like a good deal to you? Catch up on all the juicy details here. Not bad at all, considering the game is less than a month old.

Get ready to fire off those invites, sell your soul, and lose yourself to yet another massively multiplayer online role-playing game. Face it -- you don't have anything better to do, anyway. Now head down to the basement, and accept your fate. At least this game seems like it might be a halfway decent use of your time, and you won't go down alone. Isn't that what friends are really for, in the first place?

[Via 1up -- Thanks again, Lemon] 


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