As far as I can tell, this game has been out in the market for quite some time now and is kind of like a hybrid between action-type mmorpgs (like Dragon Nest and Dragonica) and those hub-based/lobby types (like FairyLand 2 Online and Metal Assault).
From there, you can also enter into semi-instanced areas for exploration, leveling and questing purposes (via the "City Map" interface). Well the reason why I called them semi-instanced is because these areas aren't exactly yours and yours alone. In fact, a part of them are actually co-shared so much so that you will occasionally see people running past you, doing their own thing even though you guys aren't in a party.
As you can see from the City Map, the areas which you can explore in are divided into three sections, which I shall conveniently name as "Dungeon Areas", "Mission Areas" and "Open Areas".
- Dungeon Areas (Top Left)
- Mission Areas (Bottom Left)
- Open Areas (Bottom Right)
Open Areas are simply just areas where anyone can access once they've unlocked them. In these areas, you can leisurely hang out and slaughter monsters at your own pace without any concern for timings, points or quests whatsoever. Coincidentally, the Shopping Town is also located in this section of the map.
Hitting "A" would allow you to perform a default attack with repeated hittings cycling you through a series of chained motions, where the final one is usually a knockdown attack.
"S" allows you to jump, "D" is your interaction key, "QWERZXCV" your hotkeys for skills, "1234" for hotkeying consumables and the arrow keys for controlling your character's movements so there's not exactly anything new here.
However, one troublesome issue that I do have with these quests is that the location in which you may have to go to, for completing a quest, isn't exactly labelled in the quest progress window. And therefore unless you read through the quest dialogue or review it in your mission details properly, there is a good chance that you won't find the right NPC to turn in some quests as there may be multiple copies of the same NPC, but in different instances...or you just cannot find which instance the NPC is residing in.
(To overcome this issue, it may be wise for you to double click on the quest title in your quest progress window instead...as this will automatically teleport you into the correct instance without you needing to guess.)
And on top of that, the regular side quests are bland, in my opinion, and there is a significant lack of connection between your starting prologue storyline to the main storyline quests...so much so that they feel disjoint, standalone and can hardly motivate you into leveling up your character.
Lastly, as far as I can foresee, most of the new maps that were opened seemed to be just more of the same old stuff and do not appear to serve up anything too interesting. What's more, the game doesn't seem to provide any form of endgame content, thus I do not think that it will be able to hold your attention for too long even if you do decide to download and give it a try.