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Clueless Gamer

  1. Gaming

    Conan Lives Every Child’s Dream by Playing Video Games on One of the World’s Largest Screens

    Conan is the most spectacularly, hilariously bad gamer in the world in his "Clueless Gamer" segments, but he got to live out a fantasy that more adept gamers can only dream of: he played video games on the giant screen in a football stadium. The screen at AT&T stadium is 9th largest in the world, so try not to get too jealous.

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  2. Gaming

    Conan Plays Halo 4, Hilarity Ensues [Video]

    Have you ever wanted to see Conan O'Brien kill himself in a video game? If that's something that interests you, you're in luck! That's exactly what we have here. Thanks to his Clueless Gamer segment, Conan took a spin with Halo 4 recently. He just so happens to have voiced a character in the game, and let's just say things don't end well for virtual Conan. Don't take my word for it; have a look.

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  3. Gaming

    Conan’s Mr. Buttons Strikes Fear Into The Heart of Skyrim‘s Fauna [Video]

    In the latest addition to his "Clueless Gamer" series of videos, Conan O'Brien plays and reviews The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. Here we see him scream at the sight of a woman, reenact junior high school conversations, and give surprisingly good advice on how to kill mammoths. I have to admit, he's making really good points about the game, just more bewilderingly and with less gamer jargon.

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  4. Gaming

    Conan Plays Minecraft, Gives it a Rating of “26C”

    Conan O'Brien is a lot of things: Comedian, musician, Tilda Swinton stand-in. But he is not a gamer. However, that has not stopped him from trying in a series of review videos called "Clueless Gamer." This week, the object of his bemusement was Minecraft. Things were off to a great start where, within seconds, the late-night funnyman compared it to 19th century Wales. I think he gets it. See the video, after the break.

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