Conan O’Brien isn’t a gamer, and he doesn’t pretend to be, but in the newest incarnation of his late night show, he’s made games a staple with his recurring Clueless Gamer videos.
Conan’s tackled games like Minecraft, Splinter Cell: Blacklist and Just Dance 4. Instead of checking out a specific game this time, though, Conan takes advantage of his week-long visit to Texas and visits the AT&T Stadium. What do you do when you’re standing in front of one of the biggest video screens on earth?
You play video games, of course. Conan and his frequent gaming companion (and webmaster) Aaron Bleyaert play a few games, covering a pretty good collection of genres and game types in a very short period, starting with the rather meta choice of playing Madden 25 on a football stadium screen and ending with Ken punching Balrog where it counts in Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix.
As you might imagine, Conan thinks everyone should try gaming on a $1.2 million, 72 foot high by 160 foot wide video screen, so let’s get to work on making this happen.