Touch the Skyrim: Forming a living Katamari in the sky

In today’s episode of Touch the Skyrim, we abandon our original goal of recreating the Animal Crossing experience within Bethesda’s snow-capped RPG. Instead, we add like 1,000 laughably overpowered spells to the game, including one that allows us to magnetically attract our adoring congregation into the sky.

I can’t believe the game you’re about to see being played is still Skyrim. I can’t believe they’ve allowed us to do this.

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