About a month and a half ago I bought a domain related to a game site I was gonna make as a side project. I won't say the game but the domain is the game title, gametitlehere.org I set up the skeleton of the site, set up the layout, and about 50% of the pages (I'll end up with a couple hundred pages at least when it's finished) then just kind of set it aside while I worked on my main sites. The other day I thought I'd do some work on it again, and while I was doing serp research on my other sites, I decided to look into my game site. Keep in mind I have no content and have done no backlinking or anything. I found about 60 backlinks to my domain, there were more but many show as deleted, I clicked a few. It was people talking about my site on legit forums, linking to it in their signatures. These were real discussions, not automated or spammy forum posting. I got excited, and went and checked the domain age. According to SEOquake, it shows an age of November 27, 2002. PR of 0. That's what really confused me. The game was released 2008, and the official games website has an age of 2007. How is it my site shows an age of 2002? Did someone really buy the domain that far in advanced? It is one game in a series of games, the first that came out are quite old so it's entirely possible that someone did buy them that far in advanced. Also I was under the impression that an aged domain would be sold in auction, and worth a bit more than the domain regardless of rank or PR? I just bought it like any regular domain. So did I luck out, and will the domain age stick for my site?