Well, if you had a computer that could run this game full spec and you don't have internet at all for it, then something's seriously wrong really. -.-;;
That's not the point. DRM is anti-consumer because it punishes paying customers. Pirates always find ways to circumvent copy protection, and cracked versions of the software get distributed across networks to people who had no interest in paying for the product in the first place. In essence, pirates end up with a superior version of the product... they don't have to deal with DRM.
Your argument is not unlike what's used to justify invasion of privacy... "well, if you weren't doing anything wrong, then you shouldn't care."