Ok, this is literally coming on the heels of my last post, but why are unregistered users part of the leaderboards?
As I've been working towards the top 2000, I ever noticed that once a week I fall a couple places, even if I killed it the day before and added 800+ TT points. It's the once a week scan of unregistered users (I assume).
Even in my quest to complete all the Borderlands games, I was working to take the 7th place, only to click on the gamers who reached it before me and find that at least 2 are unregistered.
I'm torn between being whiny and demanding my top 5 placement, or respecting other gamers and their 1337ness in getting there first and accepting 7th, no matter how wrong it still will be.
So it begs the question, should TT turn into something like psnprofiles and scan everyone and adjust rankings? Or should it just be registered users? How whiny should I be about this. I could probably be in the top 2000 now if unregistered users were removed, or should I take it as an added challenge to my goal?
How important are time stamps of a greater population vs time stamps of registered users?
The heat is killing me and is making me torn a la Natalie Imbruglia.
So I guess the fortune teller's right....
Posted by BenNoddy
on 19 June 17 at 18:51
| Last edited on 19 June 17 at 18:52