Okay, so the game has lots of problems, guildleves are boring ...
... but the writer ADORES the game. Why? I saw no reasons whatsoever why the reviewer loved the game so much. I saw a few small positives, a few small negatives.
A terribly written review.
First off, it's not a review; it's just that guy's impression of the game.
Secondly, that's what critics do - they criticize. It's possible to like or even love a game without being blind to it's faults. As an example from personal experience, I adore Paladin's Quest, but there's no way, were I to give it a numerical score, that I would rate it above 80%. ****, I love Final Fantasy XII - in fact it's my favorite numbered game in the franchise - and yet I would still have an easier time describing the games flaws than it's strong points.
And frankly, why is it surprising that he likes the game? Every time he brings up one of the game's flaws, it's inevitably followed by same variation of "but it doesn't bother me (but it may bother you)" or "I forgive it because of feature X which I like" - those are pretty clear signs of someone who is prepared to like it in spite of it's flaws.