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Skyrim Very Special Edition Is Real and You Can Download It Now

Skyrim Very Special Edition Is Real and You Can Download It Now

Given Amazon has a number of games on Alexa, it's good to see them play along and create a skill. It was pretty amusing, partly because everyone loves to joke about Bethesda continuing to find new platforms to bring Skyrim to and new ways to re-release the seven-year old game. Clearly Skyrim: Very Special Edition is far, far too lovely for this ugly world of ours.

With all the talk from fans joking about Skyrim getting a new special edition (on top of its already released special edition), the company revealed a hilarious new trailer last night with the Skyrim: Very Special Edition for a variety of devices.

The video clip starts off with comedian Keegan-Michael Key casually sitting on a couch, pondering over which device to play by gesturing toward console controllers and a TV remote.

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That's what it's all about, and that's what the top players understand. "It makes too much sense and he's a smart guy". They have an injured superstar (Porzingis) who hasn't broken out similar to what Kyrie Irving was before James.

All users have to do to partake in the adventure is say, "Play Skyrim". You make decisions based on scenarios the game presents to you, just with everything having a Skyrim flavor. Skills like Magicka level up as you use their associated abilities, but the game doesn't make a distinction between the different forms of magic like Destruction, Restoration, or adjustment. Enable the skill using the app and then say "Alexa, open Skyrim" to begin playing. In a battle, for instance, she'll let you know how much damage you took or how much you dealt to the enemy.

While the Alexa version of Skyrim was real, I'm still pretty sure the pager and smart refrigerator versions at the end of the video are fake. "Yes, that's right, the version of Skyrim you never saw coming has finally arrived on the platform you never asked for".