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Conan O’Brien Plays Video Games on a 180 Foot Screen

Conan O’Brien has a running series called “Clueless Gamer,” a bit of a running gag where he sits down with a self-proclaimed connoisseur of video games, and attempts to play them, regardless of genre or platform.

While this kind of thing isn’t new for comedians (and especially not late night talk show hosts), yesterday a video was uploaded featuring him playing games on a very different set up – a whopping 180 foot screen. To be specific, this is the main screen in the AT&T Stadium, formerly known as the Cowboys Stadium.

The screen itself (manufactured by Mitsubishi) measures in at an absolutely staggering 180 x 72 feet, or 11,520 square feet, and is made up of 2,646,016 pixels, or 1,088 x 2,432 pixels.

Conan started with the annual Madden offering, but he started to get into some really interesting games like Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix, and even the indie darling Flower.

Brandon Orselli

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