While the similar questions presented when creating your own is helpful, I generally find search to be better at identifying these possible duplicates.

Therefore, in order to ease searching, I propose adding a method to filter results post-search by using "Related tags".

I know you can include the desired game or topic in the search query, but it is more intuitive to start with a large list of results and filter them down after.

  • That's one hell of an edit @nick, now I kind of understand.
    – Resorath
    Commented Mar 19, 2012 at 23:58
  • [status-bydesign] as per @Nick's answer - you can do exactly what you want by just appending to your previous query.
    – Robotnik Mod
    Commented Mar 1, 2021 at 11:16

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I'm treating this somewhat like a question as with the current system I think you can largely do what you're asking, though it's a manual process. Let me know what you think.

After a search, for example "stealth killing", that query remains in the search box which you can continue to tweak as desired, say to "stealth killing [deus-ex-human-revolution]"

Note that if you add a search term in square brackets [], it will be interpreted as a tag, even if it isn't popular enough to automatically be so. Check out the search page for more methods to improve your queries.

‡If you tweak too fast; more than 6 searches in 1 minute, you get rate limited.

  • I didnt quite notice that the initial query was left in the search box, though its still more intuitive to have the related tags available. I see it is just not relevant.
    – camiloqp
    Commented Mar 21, 2012 at 2:40

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