I answered a question recently: Alucard Visual Effect - Original Appearance?. It's a game ID question, so we had to go through the usual rigamarole of certain users not counting high-budget studio animation of a video game fight scene, named after a video game, with dozens of confirmed video game callbacks, as being based on a video game.
I answered the question, and it turns out that the question was correct, the move the user called out is a one-to-one copy of a move from multiple games in the series, and it's not a particularly difficult move to find or do. It's on the main wiki of the character, in fact. The user accepted the question, thanked me in the comments, and presumably upvoted the answer.
...Then it was closed anyway. And closed by precisely the same user who was claiming that they needed proof in order to not close it.
So, long story short, the question was closed incorrectly. The artifact is from a videogame, you no longer have to assume good intentions even though Stack Exchange requires that you must always assume good intentions, artistic renderings of elements from videogames are well received here and always have been.