Flush Roh Dah! Skyrim is now playable on your toilet

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At E3 this year, Bethesda finally acknowledged something that we’ve all known: Skyrim is playable on anything with an electronic pulse. In case you missed it, here’s a quick recap of Skyrim: Very Special Edition.

Haha! Toilet jokes! In a move I never ever saw coming, it looks like Bethesda will have the last laugh as Skyrim is in fact actually playable from within a porcelain throne. With a pricy catch, of course. The 2011 RPG has transcended the Nintendo Switch, as anyone who happens to own one of the Numi smart toilets can give it a whirl. Here’s how it works.

The latest model of the Khler brand Numi smart toilet happens to have a compatible link to Amazon’s AI Alexa service (THE DRIFT GOES DEEP, ROOKIE!), allowing anyone who has just submerged their brown submarine to issue a few voice commands. Y’know, the usual stuff like “Alexa remind me to stp buying toilet paper that feels like I’m using angry sandpaper to clean my anus”, “Oh my various assorted gods why do I keep putting Blair’s Death Sauce on my food” and “Alexa, please light a match”.

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According to Reddit, the Numi toilet is able to download Skyrim: Very Special Edition and play it through the Alexa device via voice command options while you Fus-Roh-lieve yourself. Crazy stuff, that opens up a whole world of possibility. As for the pricy catch here? That toilet happens to cost over $6000 for a device that makes dropping your kids off at the pool that much of a fancier experience.

To be fair though, playing Skyrim on an expensive loo is kind of a waste of money. Especially when some genius could figure out how to port Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance over instead. Don’t flush with this senator.

Last Updated: July 5, 2018

Darryn Bonthuys

Word-slinger at Critical Hit. Inventor of the macho Swiss gym chocolate known as Testoblerone. That's...that's about it really.

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