Yeah, lots of things.
For starters, the review is from when both the 8350 and the 3770k were meant to be around the same retail price. AMD was losing, badly, so they decreased the selling price. Intel had no reason to do it due to the performance gap.
Next you have the max TDP on both processors. In the end you're saving $ from the electricity bill just by going with Intel. Not to mention that those Intel processors keep the TDP down, while having more stuff integrated, and still performing better.
Then you have the elephant in the room. It's 2014 and AMD is still stuck with the 8350. No issue here.
But comparing the latest AMD processor in that price point with an outdated Intel, while Intel has something better and faster than Ivy Bridge out around the same price is not exactly fair.
edit: rephrased the price part, 3 words can make a big difference.
Edited by PsyM4n - 3/18/14 at 10:10am