Clueless Gamer started off as more of a joke, but recently many developers have been showcasing their titles on the program. We've seen games like Final Fantasy XV and Halo 5 come through there and the results have been hilarious. The network is even in talks to expand it into its own show.
Recently, Clueless Gamer tackled upcoming Xbox Play Anywhere title Middle-earth: Shadow of War.
Conan O'Brien teamed up with another comedian, Kumail Nanjiani to play the game. Kumail voices an orc in Shadow of War, so be sure to keep an ear out for that little bit. The whole interaction is quite entertaining to watch especially when Conan obsesses over Krûk the Drunk and his rather poignant dialogues.
You can see the segment in the video below.
That's not all though, Warner Bros. Interactive also released another trailer for the game focusing on the charming orc called Bruz the Chopper. Now Bruz the Chopper is an odd character but he tells you everything you need to know about Middle-earth: Shadow of War's massive open world and features. He also tells you a little backstory.
You can view the new video below.
Middle-Earth: Shadow of War is the sequel to the critically-acclaimed Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor. The game arrives on October 10 and continues the story of Talion and Celebrimbor, who go behind enemy lines to forge an army and turn all of Mordor against Sauron. However, this time around they have a Ring of Power!
We'll have a review up for you soon but until then enjoy the footage. Additionally, remember that the game will be upgraded for Xbox One X when it launches this November.
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Asher Madan handles gaming news for Windows Central. Before joining Windows Central in 2017, Asher worked for a number of different gaming outlets. He has a background in medical science and is passionate about all forms of entertainment, cooking, and antiquing.
Clueless gamer is better with conans sidekick. celebrities are lame.
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