I actually bought the game originally, because I liked the idea behind it and there are things about the game I really did like. Unfortunately, the amount of combat I had to endure...combat I didn't find fun (as opposed to Guild Wars 2) made me lose interest in the game.
What I did like about the game was that it was an adult game...that used you know, actual adult language, and themes, not the sanitized world of Tyria. And some of the exploration quests were quite long and made you think, which is something Guild Wars 2 is lacking.
Aside from that, the rest of the game didn't hold my attention enough to continue with it.
Edit: I just remembered one of my biggest pet peeves in the game. For some reason, Funcom didn't voice the character you play, so most of the quests/or cut scenes were basically monologues...interesting at first, but as the game wore on it became quite immersion-breaking. Why would I want to keep watching three minute monologues, instead of actually speaking myself?