Idaho Has Trouble With Skyrim, The Video Game

Dec 29, 2015

Idaho really sucks, when it comes to playing the video game The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. That’s according to new research from Decluttr, a company that buys used CDs, DVDs and games over the internet.

The site created a map of “The Video Game That Each State Sucks At The Most.” For Idaho, that was Skyrim, an adventure game where players can fight dragons, among other things.

Decluttr took the top video games over the past 11 years, and then looked at Google searches in each state for those games. Specifically, they looked at searches of how to cheat at each game. Idaho gamers looked for more ways to cheat at Skyrim than any other game.

In surrounding states, Oregon really sucked at Super Mario Galaxy. In Washington, it was BioShock Infinite. And in Montana, it was The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion.

Credit Decluttr

When it comes to Skyrim, Idaho wasn’t alone at trying to cheat on the game. Alaska was number one for sucking at the game. Arkansas was second, West Virginia third and Montana fourth, followed by Idaho.

Turns out, Idaho also sucks pretty badly at Halo too. Only Alaska did worse at the game than the Gem State.

Overall, Grand Theft Auto 5 got the most searches in America for how to cheat. A spokesman for Decluttr says that may have less to do with how hard the game is, and more to do with how popular the game is around the country.

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