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When it first came in the mmorpg world, Thang was interesting. Mostly because it was one of the very few to have a close-to-3D graphic interface.
Now... the bugs that existed back in closed (and open) Beta are still there. They have been joined by hordes of other bugs and nothing has been done about them. Very small map, no quests, huge grinding feast. Only 3 races to choose and only ONE uncustomizable avatar for each race. Very low amount of skills. ATTENTION! It is NOT a free game. It's free-to-play with Item Mall and you CAN'T get too high if you don't buy the item mall stuff which is pretty expensive. That you can subsequently loose due to a bug or a hacker. But then, it's your time and your money after all.
Updates? Half of a new map that was put in more than a year after the game release... followed by the other half 5 months later. And the mobs in the new map being the same with the existing ones with changed coloring and stats. Drop rate unbelievably unbalanced (one would think if you get about 20+ pieces of armor to ONE item needed to upgrade that armor by ONE leve - max upgrading being 9).
The game SWARMS with hackers, macroers, has no hack shield, and the developers do nothing about implementing one. GM's totally ineffective at stopping abusive behaviour and hacking, you can find yourself banned out of the blue sky. Almost inexistent customer service, very poor knowledge of English - you can be sure they won't understand what you write to them and for sure you won't understand what they reply - unless it's a stereotype "this is Administration of Thang Global. Thank you for playing Thang Online. We will look into this matter".
They already had to close 3 out of 4 servers they had, and the lag issues that were bad before now are even worse. You can expect a game crash at least twice a week and maintenances announced for 2 hours to last at least 6 hours (with the game down of course).
I doubt it has more than 25% chances to be still out there next year if nothing changes. It COULD be a good game if it was bought by someone with enough brains and experience in this. Right now it's not more than a garage korean cookie-cutter-wannabe.
Where are we going and why am I in this basket?