Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles New Elder Scrolls Online gameplay footage and info, Blizzard's unannounced MMO gets pushed back, Notch receives a golden PS1, and the Sonic: Lost Worlds debut trailer! Hey guys, I'm Jess, and this is the Curse Weekly Roundup! First up, Bethesda has given the go-ahead to begin posting gameplay videos of TESO - I personally got to try a hands-on with the game a few weeks ago and it was FANTASTIC. The quests really feel like classic Elder Scrolls quests, and the setting includes all of Tamriel, letting you explore areas like Skyrim, Cyrodiil, Daggerfall, and more - and guilds like the Dark Brotherhood and the Thieves' Guild will be in TESO, likely in DLC. Anyway, there are TONS of TESO gameplay videos hitting the interwebs, so we'll link a few of those for you in the video description, and remember for tons more TESO info be sure to bookmark the TESO Wiki and TesoFansite, both of which we'll link for you as well! Interestingly, Bethesda has NOT yet announced whether TESO will be free-to-play or subscription based - what do you guys think? Personally, with the rise of the free-to-play model, I'm guessing that's the way they'll go, but leave me a comment and lemme know your thoughts. Next, Blizzard's upcoming unnanounced MMO has been delayed. Now, we're using that term kind of loosely because technically all this info, like the codename Titan and the potential 2014 release schedule, was accidentally leaked - but now a statement from Mike Morhaime has confirmed that the dev team has been reduced from 100 to just 30 developers, and that those remaining on the team are starting over on Titan. The rest were reassigned to other areas like WoW, Blizzard All-Stars, and the Diablo 3 expansion, meaning that now we shouldn't expect to see Titan until 2016 at the earliest. Moving on, Sonic is back! No, I'm not talking about the American fast-food chain - everyone's favorite speedy blue hedgehog returns in Sonic Lost Worlds. The game has QUITE the debut trailer, and fans are already getting hyped - but many are dubbing it "Super Sonic Galaxy," for the way it mimics Mario Galaxy's use of gravity to allow players to walk sideways or upside on some surfaces. Also interesting is that Sonic Lost Worlds is a Nintendo exclusive, it'll be released for the WiiU and 3DS only, and you can click the link below to watch the debut trailer for yourself. Next up, Microsoft has filed a legal complaint in an effort to take ownership of the domains XboxOne.com and XboxOne.net - both domains were registered to some guy in London - but interestingly enough, he resgistered both of them in December of 2011 - well before the Xbox One had been announced, and purportedly even before the name had been decided on - so it's not like he foudn the name due to leaked info, he simply...got lucky. Heck, I'd say offer to sell them to Microsoft for a couple thousand bucks. Finally, Sony has invited Notch to their E3 event in an interesting way: they sent him a gold-colored PS1. Not exactly sure...WHY, but many are speculating that this is Sony's attempt to suck up to Notch and get Minecraft on the PS4 and Vita once Mojang's exclusivity contract with Microsoft ends - what do you guys think? Would you play Minecraft on the PS4? Leave me a comment and lemme know! And that's it for this week - be sure to subscribe if you haven't already and Like this video if you wanna keep seeing gaming news! And as always, thanks for watching, enjoy the game!