The question is this one.
The user, although a bit confused about the site structure, wants to asks the following:
Is it normal to not receive game reviews suddenly in my PlayStore deployment?
Which, in the particular spirit of the question can be understood as:
Or there's a gotcha in Google Playstore I'm not aware of?
Which is short, scoped, related to game development (actually: publishing), and above everything asking for facts or references. It is not a: was my game so crappy? or something alike. The OP even asks for the possibility of a weird behavior (Players unable to ...).
But above everything, he's asking for experiences and facts (Is it normal?).
In fact, if the first comment was more elaborate (the one which starts Yes, it is normal), it could be promoted to an answer.
Perhaps the question itself could be seen as bad quality and downvoted, but making a quick assumption as is asking for opinions and using a moderator close vote on it instead of leaving the chance of VtC to the community sounds a bit unilateral.
Edit: Before god-fingering the question, remember the same Help Center about subjective questions:
- inspire answers that explain “why” and “how” (in this case, the user tried to understand his problem).
- tend to have long, not short, answers (not explicitly covered by the user).
- have a constructive, fair, and impartial tone (in this case, the user was not ranting but asking).
- invite sharing experiences over opinions (by asking it is normal the user is expecting facts).
- insist that opinion be backed up with facts and references (not explicitly covered by the user).
- are more than just mindless social fun (in fact, he had an actual problem).
From the tone of the answer, it eas easily seen that points 3 to 6 were covered (since the user, although having an attempt of hypotesis, wanted to know how normal is and about facts).
- The user tried to undestand what was happening. Reasons involve a why. He wanted to validate his (ill-formed but present) hypotesis.
- The user never asked for a list of experiences. Just understand what was going on.