Gamasutra Editor-at-Large Chris Morris pens this editorial to complain about what he calls an over-reaction to Blizzard's announcement that Diablo III will require a constant connection to play all modes including single-player. Diablo series fans lashed out at the company, calling it a horrible idea and pointing out that there are better methods for dealing with hacked characters online.
Morris points out that Blizzard put a lot of thought into this decision and that they are doing it to take control of their game and cut down on the level of cheating that took place in the first two games.
Further, he says that the call for a boycott of the game is ill-conceived and that most gamers won't stick to that hard-line stance once the game is released.
You can read the full thing here. Although parts of it might be deemed dismissive of the game's fan base, Morris makes some interesting opinions worth reading.