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I'm still a little confused on the nuances of the の particle. For example, let's say "I played Dota 2." Would that be

"Dota 2ゲームをしました。"

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    Are you asking about whether your usage of の is correct, or do you want ot know whether you need to include のゲーム at all? – user3856370 Dec 18 '20 at 15:15
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I think you are right. In this case, の binds the two nouns together.

Of course, there are other cases where you use の with a different meaning, but in your case, it seems right.

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