I can't imagine why I, in the shoes of a reviewer, would ever get on a game about easy-to-fix bugs or typos. As an educated reviewer I would consider the company behind the game: Stardock. What does anyone know about Stardock? They have incredible post-release support and will be working on this game relentlessly. Therefore, what do I care about in my review?
Big things. Big, hard to change things that will keep my review content current for as long as possible. This means not sweating the small stuff, such as typos.
That, in my mind, is a very sensible reason for it. And as you can tell, it hasn't impacted reviews at all: The response to Galactic Civilizations 3 is phenomenal. Stardock has another huge win to notch into their belts.
Even though there's a huge amount of work to be done, I'm hoping Mr. Wardell, Boyer, and the rest of the team at Stardock popped a few expensive bottles of champagne. This is an occasion that deserves it.
And going forward we already have cool new features to look forward to: Downloading custom Major Factions from other players through the Steam Workshop, for instance! That'll really help me fill out those Gigantic+ games!
In the face of those things, I don't care about their broken spacing in Race descriptions, bad grammar, or outright mispellings. Those are easy to sweep through and resolve.