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DOTA 2 (giving away invites)

Discussion in 'Gaming' started by scott91575, Nov 11, 2012.

  1. scott91575

    scott91575 Resident hater

    OK, Steam has apparently seen fit to hand me 4 gifts to DOTA 2. It looks like they are really ramping up the gifts people can give out. If you don't know anything about this game, it is a lot like League of Legends or Heroes of Newerth , and, well, just like the original Defense of the Ancients game that was based on a Warcraft mod. If you want more info, the wiki page describes it fairly well.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dota_2

    The game is currently in beta, although it can be bought. Eventually the game will be free to play at launch, but if you want in on the beta for free I have gifts I can hand out.

    Anyway, if you want one and you have a Steam account, let me know. I would obviously like to give them to people who would actually want one, and not just because it's free. In other words, have some sort of interest in MOBA style games.

    I personally got a key a while ago, and while I like the concept I don't really like the controls very much. It also has a massive learning curve in order to get good, and the community is not very noob friendly (although Valve is trying really hard to rectify that).
     

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