There is a recent close-vote review for a game-identification question that had a YouTube video in the post as the artifact for the game(s) needed to be identified. However, the post is nearing 4 years of age, and it seems the YouTube video is no longer available. A user commented on the post saying:
Flagging as "needs details or clarity" because the video link is no longer available.
Should posts like this be flagged as so? Should they be flagged with the standard Game Identification close reason of...
Game identification questions that rely solely on memory are off topic here. If you find a game in a video, advertisement, news article, movie and so on, and you have a picture, video/audio file, or other medium to point to, we can answer that. See our Game Identification Wiki for more info and for help with your search.
...instead? Should they be left alone if that are answered (which this one is and accepted)...?