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d351235422 Nefertum on April 11, 2014 at 3:24 pm said: Well I dont even think jingles can approach WOT in objectivity that would be helpful to improvement of the game. If these stat padders played other skilled players solo, they would not maintain their 70%+ win ratio, and thus they end up playing lower tiers to seal club and stat padd in squads in order to maintain the WR which in turn scares away all new players. As for wt aint touchin it, too afraid of brain hemorrhages due to mass retardation and blind fanboyism of its playerbase. hallo1994 on April 11, 2014 at 9:00 pm said: You just made yourself look like a tard orzel Alexander Yordanov on April 11, 2014 at 9:37 pm said: He has a point noob. -Better optimalisation is a must. I doubt it would work. WG is better off focusing on two games, even though that meant allot of money went to waste but WG should have known better. I know for a fact 1 clan has enough members to pretty much fill 15v15 at all times and there are way more than just 1 clan in this game. So in order to test my theory I needed to do 2 things, I needed to play as a new player with high skill level.
Those of us playing the game would certainly love to see the player base increase. My opinion is that there are a group of people hellbent on damaging the game at the cost of their stats. Guillermo Lovato on April 11, 2014 at 5:37 pm said: at one year old wot has such a ENORMOUS playerbase that not even doubling the numbers of wows alpha+beta+release even comes close. GreenPlesiothForever on April 11, 2014 at 10:23 pm said: WoWp has about the same amount of players as WT: The thing is PERSPECTIVE. It holds its own in the market by having its own formula and its own distinct taste. Reason: They assumed that people watching people play on youtube = worse sales Although SEGA beat them in that regard by even copyright striking video blogs without any game footage. But not too big.