The latest in Conan O’Briens Clueless Gamer series aired last night, with the strawberry blonde talk show host playing a mixture of PS4 games on one of the largest high-definition screens in the world, the fifty million dollar Diamond Vision LED display at the AT&T Stadium. The segment was filmed last week, during his visit to Arlington, Texas, to film the show on tour.
At 180×72 feet, it’s the ninth largest video capable screen on the planet, with 11,520 square feet of display rendering a resolution of 1088×2432. Thankfully, from their seating up in the club mezzanine, they can’t see any jagged edges caused by those inch wide pixels.
As usual, Conan is joined by Aaron Bleyaert, the pair play a series of games for once, starting off Madden 25, before gliding around in Flower, cruising around in Need for Speed Rivals and finishing up with a Super Street Fighter II session, at which O’Brien proves to be surprisingly capable.
The episode is also available to watch via Conan 360, which allows viewers to pan the camera in 360 degrees and watch the action unfold around them.