Also, the story is more epic and the main characters are better in GTA V. You have three excellent main characters whom you can relate to. In Skyrim you just have one character who doesn't even have his/her own sound and feelings you can't relate to him/her.
You say the character doesn't have any sounds? Any feelings that help you relate to him/her? I must ask then, what do you sound like? When something happens what do you feel? When I play it on Legendary difficulty I feel fear when I see a dragon cause they really know how to f*ck me up. Skyrim is a ROLE PLAYING game, so the character you play as can be whatever you make it and based on however you want. If you want your character to be a mute then so be it. If you aren't hearing or relating to a character that is basically YOU then you are playing it wrong.
Don't get me wrong, I loved GTAV but Skyrim does have a better and more in depth story. I have played through V on both 360 (one time) and PS3 (running through my third time right now) where as I have played a total of two game files on the PS3 version of Skyrim and one on PC, trying out different character set ups and then with mods. If i had to pick I would choose Skyrim hands down but in almost, ALMOST, all aspects they are equal for the genre they were put into.
Besides there is one thing that Skyrim (and all of TES games have mastered) that GTA can't even touch. SNEAKING. I like being able to shoot an arrow and people think the man just fell dead rather then fire the sniper and possibly alert the whole city.