Here is my critique on your review.
What you point out as incorrect or misleading information isn't. I stated limited amount of time, and you do. I started off with pointing out that you have a single year in Inaba and you have a limited amount of time between events. My explaining of social links covered pretty much all of what your reply stated.
First off, "Each day you have at most two different times to increase these statistics. so there's a lot of time management involved." That's in the third paragraph. "and then increasing social skills during the afternoon and evening" and that's in the second paragraph. So that really complete negates your whole comment about time limit actually being about time.
About social links you're stating a lot that I've already said. In the second paragraph, "Each character in the game had a unique personality, which while going through the game you're frequently given multiple choices as to how you'd like to respond and the characters may like you more depending on your answer." this was during the second paragraph, so there's really no need to repeat myself by saying the same thing or something similar when talking about social links.
The third paragraph talks about everything else you're listing that I didn't include. "Social skills are different statistics like courage, knowledge, etc, where a required level might be required to take jobs, talk to people at certain times, or even choose a certain response. It's not required, but having a high social link with multiple characters and fusing monsters will make dungeons much easier. You can increase social links and social skills by doing different jobs, different activities, and spending the day with the characters." I just didn't make a long list of everything you could do to increase social links and social skills. It's to the point and it also lets the player find out what increases what. This is a review, not a strategy guide.
I made mention of the quests in combat, but you're right. I did not make specifically state that you could catch bugs, buy items, and do quests without wasting your afternoon or evening. I also didn't make the comment that you could buy weapons and armor either. See, that's where I feel common sense should take place. I don't think I should have to tell someone something obvious. I mean. Do I also need to say that you waste time talking to a random NPC? No. It's a given. Although catching bugs is the only thing not obvious as you'd assume it'd take up your time since it asks if you want to catch bugs, the only time where doing an activity doesn't waste time.
Last. My review isn't to theorize the reader as a person and how they are. I did describe everything you pointed out though and made it clear in the review that these are major aspects of the game. The storyline would have characters like you more depending on your answer, that you could have deeper relationships with characters by doing social links, gaining more insight on their feelings and problems, etc. And on the final paragraph, I even pointed out that the game is quite a bit more story focused than gameplay. I didn't mention it, but it's about 60/40 more focused on story.