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I smell a rat

McGamerMcGamer Member UncommonPosts: 1,071

I understand SWTOR has some issues like any new mmorpg being that it is only a month old. However, how is it logically possible for it to drop from #1 on the released most voted popular list on this site all the way down to #21 overnight????? 

This isn't the first time I have noticed dramatic changes in the charts here and wondering what the deal is with it.


  • zymurgeistzymurgeist Member RarePosts: 5,484

    That thing is useless and always has been. The truth is WoW would have been at the top since it launched if it indicated anything about popularity. I don't even like WoW but you cannot deny it's popularity if you have a shred of objectivity.

    "We have met the enemy and he is us." ~Pogo Possum. 

  • B0bbyNewmarkB0bbyNewmark Member Posts: 6

    I think it's like google or yahoo.  If it's not trending in searches it drops.  There are 106 users and 1,500 guests online right now.  If none are looking for swtor info.  Then Tor drops.  I hope that helps.

  • KhorsKhors Member Posts: 147

    Its a trending indication of how appealing the game is to mmo enthusiasts, where you might see a high score from an advertising site for sake of maintaining revenue-stream, for example, real people that have an appreciation for Massively Multiplayer entertainment for $15/month aren't convinced.

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