Originally Posted by ImperialX
This is the total truth. I have always found it funny that people complaining about online DRM always conveniently misses out Steam.
Granted, Steam is not a bad service, but then again, Battle.NET isn't that bad either.
People will tend to gloss over DRM that is working well, and in this case Steam and Battle.Net. I do say, while B.Net isn't as diverse as Steam is, but the services provided for its 2 (3?) on it is more than spectacular. Steam is Steam: sales up the wazoo (although the latest Winter sale was quite mediocre relatively and comparitively to other outlets that provides online purchasing) and friends are there too and
it's a whole easy-to-use UI for all your games in one place.
Those points for Steam, IMO what makes a lot of people gloss over Steam as a DRM.