So I love this novel, it's definitely a fun read. With that said, this is going to be a fairly lengthy review. I'm going to go in depth for each of my reasonings so bear with me.
Writing Quality: 3.5/5
The writing quality is pretty good. It's free from major grammatical errors and the flow is pretty good. That said there are quite a few things that could be done to improve the writing, most notably with formatting. Sometimes the formatting of the chapters can make them rather difficult to read.
Stability of Updates: 5/5
Author updates pretty often. Several times a week and the chapters are fairly lengthy. Full marks here!
Story Development: 3/5
The story starts off fairly strong. But quickly derails. The plot seems to come out of nowhere most of the time (with a notable exception being Ren) and later chapters omit a lot of what made the earlier chapters fun. The author is rewriting the novel though so I'm hopeful that this score will be improved soon.
Character Design: 3/5
The characters are fun to read about. They have interesting looks and are fairly well described. Most of the main cast have something about them that makes each one fairly unique. With that being said, the characterization and character development often feels a little weird. Every single girl in the story loves Quinn. Often for no reason at all other than the fact that he's nice. Quinn himself also feels off at times. His earlier apathy about gaming is quickly replaced by a total love for the game, he is constantly flirting with everything that moves, and his interactions with various characters can feel hamfisted or unnatural at times.
World Background: 3/5
The world's background is being built upon slowly, but there is very little information given. TAP itself has supposedly been around for years, and yet the game itself feels very sparsely inhabited and information about the game is practically non-existent. There's a lot of promising things especially in earlier chapters that hint towards what the world could be, but the author often declines to explore the hints he leaves.
TAP itself also feels very underdeveloped. The fact that the MC was able to come in and instantly become one of the most powerful people in the game feels off for a game with such a long history. And the development of his faction also feels like it goes by in a relatively unnoticed fashion, especially for a faction created next to one of the starter towns.
Overall, TAP is a great novel with a lot of promise. There are many parts that are rough around the edges, but the author is committed to improving the novel and the early chapters are a treat to read. I continue to read TAP whenever it updates, and I fully expect to be able to delete this review and make an even better one soon!