Back that ass up.
Back that ass up.
Conan O'Brien fulfilled every video gamers fantasy as he took his "Clueless Gamer" bit and played video games on the gigantic video screen in the Dallas Cowboys stadium.
It was a special Halloween edition of "Clueless Gamer" last night, and if you've ever wondered what Conan would look like under a night filter lens, the answer is: very, very pale.
Conan O’Brien is a self-admitted clueless gamer.
It's a real cole world, real cole world in the new edition of Splinter Cell, as Conan finds, with a little help from Mr.
Conan and his web guy, Aaron Bleyaert, went back in time last night for a special Atari 2600 edition of everyone's favorite late-night bit, "Clueless Gamer.
An unfixable problem with late-night TV is consistency.
In this latest installment of "Clueless Gamer," the red headed late night personality gives the Lara Croft reboot the once over.
It's been a long time coming, given that the game that he has a guest role in, Halo 4, came out months ago.
Time for another installment of Clueless Gamer, in which the ginger-haired late night talk show host Conan O’Brien puts Agent 47 through the paces of his latest adventure.
In one of his always entertaining Clueless Gamer segments last night, Conan reviewed Hitman: Absolution, the next installment in the Hitman series and a horrifically violent game that Conan says may be the best one he's played so far.
In the latest installment of Clueless Gamer, late night funny man Conan O’Brien puts Capcom's obligatory survival horror sequel, Resident Evil 6, through its paces.
In his latest installment of Clueless Gamer, the tall ginger with a late night talk show on basic cable has been reborn as "Mr.
Conan just launched a web series Clueless Gamer and his take on Push the Limit, the new Michael Phelps Kinect game, is a sign of good things to come.