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Zenimax, Bethesda's parent company, have filed a trademark in an attempt to own the rights to the phrase "Fus Ro Dah", which became a popular internet meme after the release of Skyrim.
In an unexpected turn of events, one that is common in the gaming industry, it was released that id Software has been bought up by ZeniMax, parent company to the popular developer Bethesda. It has...