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2-24-2012 @ 10:16PM
"By Valve claiming ownership now (pre release) it locks in the legal framework now before they invest too many advertising dollars. Valve's goal is to use the name, not necessarily deny everyone else's access to it."They could easily just contact the people who made the original version and ask "We're looking to use the acronym of your 3rd party map to an old game, is that cool?" Coming up with an actual name would be good too - I know they called their portal-based game "Portal", but "DOTA 2" is just terrible and uncreative.
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