Conclusion: Fray is far from perfect. It definitely could have used a few more rounds of beta testing before it showed up on the market. That said, there is potential here. I can’t very well say to you, “You shouldn’t play the game because there aren’t very many people playing the game.” That would be a self-reinforcing problem. Instead I’ll say this. If you stayed away from the game because of the glitch reports, rest assured that many have been fixed.
Excerpt: Online games sometimes get special treatment and forgiveness. Even after a title is officially released, we allow regular patches and updates that fine tune game mechanics and stability issues without a second look — a method of delivery which has bled over into console games (but that is another subject all together). Aren’t games that ship to the consumer supposed to be complete? Where does one draw the line?