Orgrim Doomhammer actor Robert Kazinsky was on Conan O’Brien earlier this week, where he told the story of how World of Warcraft made him fat, lazy and happier than he’s ever been.
Facebook shouldn’t stop with the recently announced Dislike button.
Thor shouldn’t have problems with basic furniture from Ikea. But, instead of using his hammer, he’s sitting there in silence, completely confused.
Conan O’Brien and Andy Richter replaced Immortan Joe and The Doof Warrior from Mad Max: Fury Road for a short Comic-Con clip.
Somebody should have warned Conan O’Brien about the gaming force that is Silicon Valley’s Thomas “Middletwitch” Middleditch. The talk show host never stood a chance.
JCVD is still in good shape, and he proved it last night on Conan when he recreated a few minutes of VHS history: A dancing scene from his 1989 movie Kickboxer that didn’t really end well.
You'd think that the infamous NFL player nicknamed Beast Mode would be okay with the gory finishing moves of Mortal Kombat. He's not. At all. Marshawn Lynch isn't down with seeing people's intestines.
Assassin's Creed has been around for seven years now. This makes it ancient in video game years. I doubt it's going anywhere anytime soon, either. This is a problem because the relentless pace at which Ubisoft churns these games out can make it hard to take a step back and evaluate what's not working about them.
"Hold X to pay respects? What does that mean? That's crazy! Is there a button for, 'I'm here because I thought I might meet somebody?'"
There's only a month left before LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham hits store shelves, and developer Traveller's Tales still has surprises up its sleeves. Today talk show host Conan O'Brien, Duck Dodgers as the Green Loontern and more crazy characters were added to the game's already impressive roster.
The master of motion capture, Andy Serkis was the guest of Conan O'Brien last night and he did a little improvisation using the two characters he's most known for: Gollum from The Lord of the Rings and Planet of the Apes' Caesar.
It's a good thing that the veteran rapper/actor doesn't livestream his video game sessions, huh?
Looks like someone had a great time at this year's E3. Conan O'Brien returned to the show to check out Sunset Overdrive, take part in some creepy-funny chats at various stages and to take an embarrassingly close look at Project Morpheus.
One of the most hyped, anticipated releases of the year. A talk show host who's notoriously terrible at video games. Get the popcorn.
Even though it's completely fake, this still looks painful and dangerous. Martial artist Steven Ho uses a blood tube and a retractable sword to show how those fancy sword fight scenes are made.
Watching plot-heavy shows can be hard with someone who missed one or two episodes, so Conan's here to help, with a rather interesting idea.
Game of Thrones author George R. R. Martin was the guest of Conan O'Brien last night, and among other things they've talked about was the one thing the show is most famous for: characters unexpectedly dying off.