First, read the article:
I am really, really tired of stupid DRM. And very tired of hearing about video game DRM that forces people to have an active broadband connection to play a single player, standalone game. I suppose, nobody cares about the people who don't have good internet at home. Or about people who want to play these games on their high end laptop during a long-distance flight or on a long train journey (although in some countries wi-fi is available on trains, its inevitably a paid extra).
Which brings us, really, to the entire reason DRM is stupid. It makes the legally purchased version of something worth less than a pirated copy. It IS possible to compete with free...but not if the paid version is distinctly inferior.