Conan Plays Shadow of War in Hilarious Clueless Gamer Segment (VIDEO)

Conan plays Shadow

In the most recent Clueless Gamer segment, Conan plays Shadow of War with Kumail Nanjiani, who voices an Orc named Dugz the Agonizer in the game. As anyone could expect from Clueless Gamer, Conan is not the best player, but his humor makes it all worth while. Nanjiani on the other hand is pretty good, which he should be considering he is IN the game.

As Conan plays Shadow of War, this segment will not only bring on some serious giggles, it shows off more of the title’s exploration and revamped Nemesis system. When Nanjiani ends up going against the character he voiced, he’s nervous about how it will sound, but no worries because Conan has no problem letting him know how he did. Check out what he had to say in the video below:

“You didn’t change your voice at all! You in no way changed your voice! What was that!?” Even though Conan teases Nanjiani about his very un-Orc-like voice in the game, the actor is actually starting to become kind of a big deal in the video game world. He has done voice acting in a few other games like voicing Jarun Tann in Mass Effect: Andromeda and Reggie in The Walking Dead: Season 2. Maybe Conan is just jealous of his awesome, ever-growing career!

Middle-Earth: Shadow of War is set for release on Tuesday, October 10th for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. What did you think of the latest Clueless Gamer segment where Conan plays Shadow of War? Did you find it amusing? Let us know in the comment section below and then make sure to follow Don’t Feed the Gamers on Twitter to stay updated on all the hottest gaming and pop culture news 24/7! Did you hear that COD: WWII Season Pass holders will receive an iconic map as bonus content? Read all about it right here!

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