Skyrim's Surprising Conan O'Brien Connection

You may not know this, but Conan O'Brien's sidekick Andy Richter played several characters in The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. Here they are in action.


    Why does Luke Plunkett have a job?

    Seriously... is this what it takes to be a "games journalist"?

      Honestly, this gave me a massive laugh.

      I'm glad Kotaku puts up funny things like this, I enjoy this content.

      I guess it's all about expectations. If you want a news site, that reports on all the official news then go to one of them many sites that do this.

      To me, Kotaku is a place that's more of a blog site. You get all of the major news stuff but you also get interesting nerd culture/game culture stuff that isn't highlighted by the sites that focus on news.

      If you're expecting a highly professional, dedicated gaming news outlet then maybe you're expectations are skewed.

      Presenting information to a wider audience on the topic of video games, in a manner that's been established over several years.

      Yep, looks about right. If you'd rather have no content from certain authors, the easy option is to simply not click on the article.

      or alternatively,

      "Hey, Luke Plunkett doesn't go to your place of work and slap the dick out of your mouth."

        Apologies if Luke Plunkett did actually slap a dick out of your mouth at work today. I totally understand where you're coming from.

      Kotaku is a gaming blog...
      Luke Plunkett posts articles that you would usually find on a gaming blog...

      I don't see the issue here.

    Conan O'Brien is lame, and this article should have warned me I was about to watch a series of hackneyed jokes.
    Seriously, is this what passes for entertainment these days?

      I forgot what I was oging to say... something about opinions and something about people having their own... hmm...

      I for one got a bit of a laugh out of it, I've always found Andy Richter funny and Conan isn't bad most of the time.

      You were asking for it by clicking on this.

    ewww american television

    American comedy; about as subtle and hilarious as a freight train going through
    your backyard in the middle of the night.

    Sweet. Sweet like candy.

    Did they show the part where the framerate drops to 10 and the game becomes almost unplayable?

    That's my favourite part of Skyrim.

      Buy a BethSoft game on a console, and you're asking for it. I like to think BethSoft knew the game was going to run terribly on consoles, but also knew that enough console gamers would be ignorant enough to buy it on Day 1 just based on reputation and hype. It's a learning experience.

    Hardly funny.

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