Like previous Call of Duty games, Advanced Warfare involves a lot of running and shooting things, interspersed with dialogue full of military tough-guy clichés. But unlike previous installments, it also features Kevin Spacey. That's how you know it's advanced! (Not that advanced, though: Spacey's character still has the lifeless eyes of "a carp that's been in the refrigerator for three days.")
Another Advanced Warfare advancement is the ability to hold down the X button to pay respects at the coffin of the best friend you just watched die. The internet has already had a field day with the "pay respects" scene, and Conan does too.
"Okay, here I go. This is a very emotional moment for me," he deadpans, proceeding to test the limits of how creepy the game will let you act at a funeral.
Then there's almost 2 full minutes—that's after editing—of Conan trying and failing to cross a street without getting run over by a bus. (To be fair to him, though, he's not the only one who had trouble with that scene. It's apparently annoying as hell.)
If I had to condense Conan's review of the game into some kind of overall numerical rating, it would probably be a [scream emoji] out of 10.