As a general rule of thumb, if an RPG has 'anime nonsense' (I.E: Overused tropes, excessive fanservice, ect.) in it, add 10-15% to the score to account for reviewer's bias as the Demon Gaze review seems to proves it does destroy their objectivity towards the rest of the content. That seems to balance it out with that the community feels on average from what I've seen in the posts around here.
Yes. Here is a qoute from Polygon "As if the game's drab gameplay wasn't enough to turn me away, Conception 2's underage eroticism is alienating and just plain icky. Animated scenes feel like an ode to upskirts, and the game has enough boob jiggling to give me whiplash. It's a trashy, thoroughly underwhelming experience I cannot wait to forget." The fan service definatly lowered to score there. I mean 4/10, seriously?
Even Atelier Rorona was talked about like this. This is from the IGN review. "It's almost worth picking up Atelier Rorona for the story. Almost. This is one of those boundary pushing, dances the line between funny and creepy, RPGs. Whether it's Rorona's master that makes jokes about molesting her while she sleeps, or the nice shopkeeper who gets drunk and actually does molest her, everyone wants a piece of Rorona. The American version changed the character's ages, making Rorona 17 instead of 14, but that only barely makes things better." 5/10.
Sure the Atelier games have a bit of fan service but I've never felt it was creepy. Maybe I've just watched enough anime to understand that kind of jokes as that, jokes.
I'm sick of reviewers giving out bad scores because they consider all Japanese games as creepy.