Conan O’Brien Visited Hideo Kojima And Filmed Something “Super Secret”

Conan O'Brien

Conan O’Brien has become one of the best salesmen for video game companies looking to have any kind of national television presence. The “Clueless Gamer” segments showcase upcoming games where Conan fumbles his way through them and makes snarky comments. The videos do millions in views on YouTube which, in an odd way, firmly cements Conan as one of the most viewed gaming channels on the platform. That said, Conan recently visited video game auteur Hideo Kojima for something “Super Secret.”

The visit was a stop in a larger Japan trip for Conan filming for a new episode of Conan Without Borders. He went to visit a Japanese couple who invited them to their wedding, checked out the Kawaii Monster Cafe Harajuku, and even visited Hokuei AKA “Conan” Town. However, his visit with Kojima is particularly interesting. Check out the tweets below:

While details are sparse on what exactly went down between the meeting of Kojima and Conan, we do know a few things. First, Conan asked for a job at Kojima Productions, because hey, wouldn’t we all want to work there? Second, they can’t talk about what was filmed there.

That last part may have some substance given that Conan is usually pretty open about whatever activity is going down at the location he’s filming at so maybe it’s being kept under NDA? The kind of NDA that may be for a video game? What we’re trying to get at is… will Conan O’Brien be in Death Stranding?

Well, we probably won’t know for some time but we will definitely be keeping our fingers crossed! Do you think Coco will be joining the likes of Norman Reedus, Mads Mikkelsen, and Lindsay Wagner? Let us know in the comments below, and be sure to follow us on Twitter for any updates on this crazy meeting of the minds! If it’s other gaming news you’re after, check out these other stories from Don’t Feed The Gamers:


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