For Honor Gets Clueless Gamer Treatment With Super Bowl Participants

It's Conan O'Brien vs. Tom Brady, with a guest appearance by sideline reporter Erin Andrews.


The Clueless Gamer on Conan is always entertaining, and the latest edition is set in Houston with a special Super Bowl edition featuring Ubisoft's upcoming fighting game, the aptly named For Honor.

The leadin had Conan calling on former NFL sideline reporter Erin Andrews to set the stage for the gaming "event." Tom Brady of the Patriots is on hand to give Conan the first match, a best of three that doesn't end well for Conan. Both players get their licks in, with Brady eventually coming out on top 2-1. Then we get an appearance by Dwight Freeney of the Falcons, who also proceeds to lose to Brady, but not before working out numerous frustrations on the Patriots QB for past losses. 

Also making an appearance from the Patriots were Rob Gronkowski and Legarrette Blount, but Conan evens the odds a bit by bringing in retired NFL back Marshawn Lynch. The entrance is a bit awkward, with several cuts piecing the segment together, but we finally get a match between Gronk and Lynch that ends up with Gronk winning and Lynch becoming playfully animated ... at least we hope it was playful.

The end result was a good showing for the game, which is scheduled for release on PS4, Xbox One and PC on February 14. However, if the game was any prognosticator, expect a Patriots win on Sunday.

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