It has been scientifically proven that Conan O'Brien is the greatest game critic of our time. He has single-handedly delivered criticisms of some of the biggest games of our age. Until now, however, he's been playing what gamers consider to be core games. What happens when he takes on a casual game that might be more his speed?
This week's game is Just Dance 4, the latest in Ubisoft's popular dancing series. Conan is joined by US Soccer gold medalist Alex Morgan in attempting to master the art of dancing. Needless to say, Conan is a terrible dancer. He did, however, almost win Morgan's gold medal in the final dance off.
Conan and Morgan agree that the game is fun. Conan, however, reveals that he's just like the rest of us non-Olympians - he's way out of shape. I can testify that the Just Dance series requires more physical exertion than the actual act of dancing. He's a trooper for having to dance to "Call Me Maybe" and "The Final Countdown."
Like always, Conan delivers a hard hitting score. This time, he's rating the game on a scale of 55 to nine with 55 being good and nine being excellent. In the end, he gives the game a score of somewhere in the 11 zone.