Yeah, so, one of the biggest games of the past couple of year pays tribute to another....so what? Minecraft and The Elder Scrolls: Skyrim are two games that, despite being at total different ends of the gaming spectrum, cross the line into mainstream nerd culture. Both caused hours of happiness for gamers and hours of sighing at annoying meme based Facebook posts for me. There is a darker story beyond the awesomeness that is Minecraft and Skyrim. Bethesda Softworks (Skyrim's publishers) were involved in a class action lawsuit against the creators of Minecraft, Mojang. Why? Mojang's next game was "Scrolls", which, apparently, sounded too similar to "The Elder Scrolls" (even though it's mostly known as just Skyrim). However, the part of Bethesda that actually makes games feels different to the corporate side. They went so far as to include a dig at their legal department. If you head to the top of the mountain known at "The Throat Of The World", you'll find a item called the "Notched Pickaxe". Quite an obvious reference to not only Minecraft's creator but to the main weapon you use in the game. Also, rather a ballsy move from the creators of Skyrim.