It's been almost a year now since Skyrim first came out. It only feels like yesterday when I screamed like a little girl as UPS dropped the game off at my house on launch day. There are only few games that will ever do that to me but I assume that many others feel the same way. If they don't, well, at least they know how I get down.
As a PS3 owner, I have watched these last 12 months, both Xbox and PC users get to dive into the added fiction of the Skyrim world. This has bummed me out because The Elder Scrolls series is the one series that I truly care too much about, and to be shut out from those extra experiences is a shame. I will probably never get to play this either, but here's to hoping.
As for the trailer, the Dragonborn DLC looks to be interesting. You are going up against a character who was the first Dragonborn (I think) and he is some mean creature that eats a lot of dragon souls. I don't know how that makes him evil (because your character does the same thing), so I hope it's addressed in the story.
From what I can tell, this DLC will let you ride dragons. Yeah, like fly them around.
Also, is that Morrowind architecture in the background during the opening?