I feel that the admins are being too overzealous in closing questions for being "Subjective" or "too localized" at the slightest hint of subjectivity or locality playing a role.
Here's some recent examples of what I mean:
Question asks for a list of the best selling games. Closed for being "too localized." This is insane. There is absolutely no rationalizing this as being too localized. There are sites available that track game sales which make it easy to list exactly what this question asks. There is no quantifier in his question that even suggests a locality. The reason lists time as being the locality, but this shouldn't be an issue, since any decent game sales list will be updated.
Question asks for games playable on Linux. Closed for being "too subjective" and "argumentative." The question is basically asking for a list containing games playable under Linux. This is not subjective. There are plenty of lists containing Linux games available. Additionally, questions like this can be nice since someone might point out a game that has previously been overlooked. I don't know how this question would be considered "argumentative" at all. The only thing argumentative about it is that there is no reason it should have been closed and yet it was closed.
Question asks for easter eggs in games. Question is closed for being "not a real question." This one really bothers me because the only reason it is closed is because the admins are basically trying to set policy that isn't actually outlined by the site. This is not an admin run site. Admins do not set policy. This is a valid question, and there are lists available that answer this very question.
It seems to me that there is a push trying to set the policy for this site by smashing down questions that don't mesh with that policy. Right now it seems the policy is to only allow very dry and clear cut questions that are somewhere along the lines of "What is the Konami Code?" This is a bad policy decision and isn't one that should even be made by admins. Just because a rule exists doesn't mean that you need to take it to draconian levels of enforcement. A question where locality plays a role should not be closed for being too localized unless it is too localized to be answered.
And honestly, some of you need to obtain a dictionary and look up subjectivity and objectivity because you don't seem to have a clue what they mean.