I've been an active member of the Stack Exchange network for a little under a year now, and I've been trying hard to integrate myself into Arqade. I've played games since I was a kid, and I really like the idea of being able to seek help from other players without having to wade through Reddit or GameFaqs.
At the moment, the questions I've asked on Arqade have not been well received, especially compared to other Exchange sites in which I have considerably less experience. They're not poorly scored, per se, they're just zeroes. Nobody is looking at them, and if they are, they aren't answering them.
I've asked nine questions, and of those, only three of them have received answers from the community. I asked a very firmly answerable question on a newly released AAA game, and I ended up answering it myself a couple days later after I finished the game myself. A question on a fairly well-known free horror game was passed over as well. The latest question I asked sits at -2, I spent nearly fifteen minutes formatting the stupid thing to make sure it's readable and well-researched, and I fundamentally don't understand what's not right with it.
I've got very positive scores on most of the other Stack Exchange sites I visit, so I'm ruling out an understanding of the Stack Exchange system. I've also scoured the help topics, to the point of getting in protracted arguments with other users on topicality of other people's questions, and I can verify that all of my questions are firmly on-topic.
Is there something I'm not understanding about Arqade's purpose or question focus?
EDIT: And, again, I am arguing and justifying the existence of my question here. I don't get this, I took deliberate pains to find a popular game, phrase a question to guarantee topicality, and picked a subject that has a very clear and concise problem and solution, and I still have to argue that a gameplay challenge delivered directly to the player is on-topic and manually convince people my problem is worthy of their time. It still feels like I'm missing something.