Since we have so few questions and so few visits per day, I'm reluctant to accept an answer for one of my questions. The answers are tied for votes and I'd really rather have more opinion from other gamers on the subject.
I think part of the issue is that game-specific questions (especially those about more obscure games) are less likely to have a great answer because only a fraction of the small community here will have played that game, and an even smaller fraction will feel like they can give a good answer based on their experience.
I think it would be bad to avoid accepting a good-to-great answer just for the sake of having more open questions. But is it acceptable (for now) to be slower to accept answers that have few upvotes or are in the okay-to-good range?