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Conan O'Brien Reviews Halo 4, Kills Himself

Posted on Thursday, February 7 @ 01:00:00 Eastern by

Explaining Halo 4 really is that stupidly terrible. Truthfully, explaining any video game makes me feel like that.

"In this game you're an engineer who goes to a spaceship to fix it because it's broken, but then you find all these monsters that are actually linked to a monolith found on planet Earth hundreds of years ago and, oh yeah, your girlfriend is on the ship so you're kind of there looking for her too."

Now imagine you're describing the sequel to someone who's never heard of the series before. What's amazing is that the Halo 4 explanation continues on and on throughout the video above. How many times will this poor employee of Conan's try to explain it to the our gingery late-nite hero?

And I gotta say, Halo 4's Cortana can update my firmware anytime.
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