Basically what the title says. The majority of the questions for Fallout 4 have very bad scores. They seem like okay questions in my opinion. Is it because Fallout 4 is so new? In that case, should questions about new games be looked down upon?
It is difficult to say with any degree of certainty, as each user has their own reason/justification for their downvote. And across several questions, it is difficult to say if those reasons remain constant. However, of the questions, the one sitting at -10 currently, I might be able to provide some context: The user has a bit of a history in asking the meaning of an ending almost immediately upon the game's release. This is not inherently frowned upon, if you genuinely do not understand a game's ending after having reached it; it is perfectly reasonable to enquire about it.
However there is also a bit of a history of rules lawyering, a certain degree of "I'm not touching you!" (with a finger hovering centimeters in front of the target's face), that has eroded a fair bit of our assumption that the questions are asked in good faith.
Are the questions being asked because it is a genuine problem the user has/had, or are they asked because the user can ask them? Ultimately they are acceptable questions, as they are not closed (despite a couple close-votes that I do not believe will result in closure, or will be overturned if they do), but some of the community is expressing its displeasure.