People may be taking this whole thing too seriously. There is no "prize" for a high ranking. It isn't determining the seeding for the NCAA Tournament,
This how I look at it...
1- I ignore anything that is artificially high due to the low number of ratings (i.e. Mando LE, Rick and Morty standard, and etc). Look at the other versions in the group instead.
2- Ignore the actual ranking and view everything in tiers
Tier 1 Games from #1 to roughly IJ/TAF - T
his tier comprises the games that most people would call #1. Not every game... but probably 80% of most players' #1 will be found in this tier.
Tier 2 - Where Tier 1 leaves off to roughly Shadow/Funhouse
Games that almost everyone likes, but not necessarily in the running for "greatest game ever"
Tier 3 - From where tier 2 leaves off to roughly #100
Games that are very popular, but generally, have some negative aspects that keep them from being elite
Tier 4 - basically the next 100 or so
Above-Average to average games - most people like to play them, but usually have some sort of drawback
Tier 5 - Average to below-average - Between 4 and 5
Mostly ignored games... very little love, but not bad enough to be remembered as terrible
Tier 6 - The bottom - last 10% or so
Games might be fun to some players, but there is a sizable group that has serious issues with them
***edit - I am adding this***
My point for typing all of that... if you are looking at the list thinking there is some huge difference between #8 and #14, or #50 and #75 then you are fooling yourself.