The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim was released way back in 2011, but that hasn't stopped the fantasy RPG from cropping up on pretty much every modern platform out there. After all, just last year the game made its way to Nintendo Switch.

Bethesda's only too well aware about Skyrim's ubiquity (or more specifically, Todd Howard is; he's often cited as the sole force behind getting Skyrim on every conceivable format out there) and decided to have a laugh at itself in the best possible way: By 'announcing' Skyrim: Very Special Edition.

This basically sees Keegan-Michael Key enjoying an Amazon Alexa version of Skyrim, where he plays the game through voice commands. Later on, we see Skyrim also make its way to Etch-A-Sketch, Motorola pagers, and the Samsung smart fridge.

Frankly, we'd totally play Skyrim on Alexa. 

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