This week, in “does it run Skyrim?” we have a Galaxy Watch that is definitely not running the game, but why not follow suit and fool your friends? Or just the real dumb ones, at least.
Things only got better when he followed up with a video of the game’s opening scene playing on the watch.
u/Brazuka_txt explains that he did it all himself using a watch face maker app.
“Cut a video, make it a gif, go to watch facemaker app and put this as the watchface.” Simple. Behold the result:
The r/ItrunsSkyrim subreddit is a goldmine for seeing what Skyrim has been shoehorned into.
The latest post shows Skyrim playing in a Ford.
“Inside the center console of the truck is plugins for audio/video. Plugged my ps3 in and in the back of the console between the front seats is a power plug. And now traffic jams will never be an issue again,” said OP u/jaxturbo3, leading to a very important comment on road safety from u/Strai336
“Crashes the car. Vision slowly fades to black. Opens eyes . ‘Hey, you. You’re finally awake.'”
The last device that Skyrim hasn’t actually been on, but has proven to be an hilarious parody nevertheless is the Skyrim: Very Special Edition on Alexa, which turned out to be a real game, of sorts.
Bethesda recently released an early access version of The Elder Scrolls: Blades on iOS and Android.
The game topped the App Store in its first week, with over one million downloads. While the first update has zapped a few bugs, Bethesda has promised further balance tweaks for the game’s Silver Chests.