Clueless Gamer Conan O'Brien Tries Out For Honor

Conan O'Brien had something special in mind for the Super Bowl in his unique segment of "Clueless Gamer." This time around, he checks out Ubisoft's For Honor, and he brings in Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and the Falcons' Dwight Freeney.

As per usual, Conan does his thing where he plays popular games while learning as little as he can about it as possible. He first tries to play For Honor with Brady, and after losing, he brings in Freeney from the Falcons. Funnily enough, Brady and Freeney were friendly with each other despite their ongoing rivalry on the field, and Freeney playfully let out his frustration on Brady for beating his team repeatedly.

Freeney and Brady weren't the only stars to guest in this segment of "Clueless Gamer" either. Brady's teammates Rob Gronkowski and LeGarrette Blount also made an appearance in the show, and retired Seattle Seahawks member Marshawn Lynch also arrived. Oddly enough, when asked to pick a character, Lynch noticed that there wasn't a diverse enough cast of fighters, and he was "looking for someone with some melanin." Freeney tried to comment that the characters in full armor could be black, but Lynch comes back with "Yeah, they had to cover their ass up."

Game Rant points out that For Honor actually had it a bit easy this time around as Conan didn't spend too much time trashing the game (like he always does). When "Clueless Gamer" brought in Final Fantasy XV, Conan had nothing but comments about how boring and corny the game was. But then again, the whole show's charm runs on Conan making uneducated reviews of games.

For Honor looks to be a gladiatorial type game where players pick warriors and duke it out with each other in different battle maps. They can also pick from an array of medieval weapons and either play quick battles in an arena or go through the story campaign.

Ubisoft's For Honor is set to come out on Valentine's Day, Feb. 14.

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