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2-17-2012 @ 3:10PM
So many people just see this, without knowing all the facts, as an attempt by Blizzard to prevent DOTA2 from coming out, or forcing Valve to change its name, because it didn't capitalize on it and is now jealous that Valve is moving forward with DOTA. They're trying to portray Blizzard in a greedy light, when in fact, that's not what they're doing. They're not trying to trademark DOTA at all and I hope this article clears that up for people.
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