Is it wrong that I don't like either?
Nothing against either game, when it comes to terms of story, it's pretty hard to actually [b]beat[/b] either in that arena. Given that they basically play like an interactive novel, I think it's safe to say they got it covered.. that said. There are dozens of games with more interesting and fun combat systems (in both the sword and magic realm, and the firearm world). Dozens with better character interaction and relation. And don't even get me started on Bethesda's inability to produce scenes with any real cinematic value, with that feeling that makes you feel like you [i]are[/i] your character, and that leave you with goosebumps and real feelings.
It's a real shame, given how vastly amazing the worlds they've created for both series are... they just don't play like they are. But, if I had to choose, I'd pick Skyrim. Just because of the few gameplay mechanics in it that I actually enjoy, and how much easier it is to be a Dragonborn in a warring country over a Lone Wanderer in a dystopian capital.