If that's in the back of your mind as you review the game, then sure. You may not be "reviewing" studio conditions, but knowing the conditions and treatment of its workers warrants atleast a mention when looking at the result of their work.
Games criticism is so fucking far behind on average from other media criticism. The mainstream audience has been so heavily conditioned that games should be reviewed like products, as if a reviewer is determining the worth of a toaster. "Does the spring loader work? How many toast settings? How does it look on the kitchen counter?" But then these same gamers cry "GAMES ARE AN ART" the second some degree of scrutiny comes towards their playthings.
The world informs our experience of playing the game, as it informs its creation.