6 minutes ago One of the funniest moments of E3 2018 came when Todd Howard announced during the Bethesda showcase that Skyrim was launching on yet another platform: Alexa. It had a trailer and everything, and pretty much everyone applauded the developer’s willingness to poke fun at themselves with something so ridiculous. Well, it turns out the joke is on us. Skyrim: Very Special Edition is available now, and apparently it’s actually a pretty great experience. We’re big fans of developers being willing to have a bit of fun at their own expense. Skyrim launched back in 2011 for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 and, since then, it’s been ported in one form or another to just about every platform imaginable. Back at E3 2017, Bethesda announced that the game was also coming to the Nintendo Switch and PlayStation VR, causing even more good-natured rumbling about what platform could possibly come next. Then, at this year’s E3 showcase, Todd Howard revealed Skyrim: Very Special Edition, a version of the game that runs on Alexa courtesy of voice commands. The trailer, which everyone assumed was a joke, even had a great performance from Keegan-Michael Key, of Key & Peele fame….