Is it vague? Yes. Does it catch the eye as a result? Also yes, and this is a good thing as Ivo colorfully points out. The fact that it's particularly vague is not really any different than this question that also doesn't list the game name.
On SO, people see a question tagged [c#], it should be a reasonable understanding that the question is about C#. You don't need to preface your title with "C#: " or end it with "in C#", and in many cases this gets edited out.
I wouldn't suggest requiring game names to be in titles for the same reason I wouldn't suggest requiring the platform to be in the title. That's why we have tags, so that we can use the question body and title to cover the other elements of the question. And moreso for the title, you are limited to basically a sentence to catch people's eyes. Piquing interest and curiosity is a good thing, especially in a naturally curious community like Gaming.
In response to your new example, if you feel a particular question is offensively inclined due to its title, flag it. Downvote if you feel it is dangerous, and consider leaving a comment explaining what should be changed. But vagueness is not identical to offensiveness, and vagueness isn't a problem as long as the title still succeeds at its primary goal: concisely defining the problem. And its secondary goal is to attract people who will view and possibly answer the question. If you are worried about negative implications, you can add the qualifiers like game name to your own questions. But vagueness is fine.
If you're worried about these things being upvote bait, then to be honest that's not easy to monitor or control. Remember that an attractive title makes people look at the question, so a really good question with a really good title will get more votes than a really good question with a less attractive title because there will be more people to vote on it. There's no way to tell how many votes come just because the title is catch versus the content, but you can tell from the fact that the answers to good questions also receive a large number of votes. We will obviously notice trends if any specific users try to be abusive about their titles, and appropriate measures will be taken.