@Gordo789: That's the reason why there are many reviewers and different web sites who review games for the very reason that they have different tastes and interests in certain genres. If Jeff would give this game a higher score just because he is conscious of the Giant Bomb community who watched the ER and loved Persona 4 because of it (I'm just using that as an example) and thought Catherine wasn't that good at all, then how could we trust his review in the first place? It would be wrong for him to give a game higher score if he himself thought he never really had a good time with the game, regardless of production value (i.e. the game being polished, etc.). I remember Patrick (Klepek) in one of the Bombcasts saying that he really liked the game more than Jeff did but he also said that all the points mentioned by Jeff were very valid.
If the review would always be targeted or framed in such a way for an intended audience, why call it a review in the first place? Wouldn't you rather just straight up call that a recommendation?
Well, obviously you do like the game a lot from the looks of your avatar but I hope you or anyone reading this for that matter understands the point I'm trying to make here.