Watch Conan O'Brien fail at Hyrule Warriors, Project Morpheus

Attendees at E3 2014 this year may have been too wrapped up in their Super Smash Bros. matches or catching a nap in the massive Evolve line to notice Conan O'Brien slipping among them, testing out some of the show's more highly amped-up games.

Watch the video above to see the late-night talk show host tackle Insomniac Games' Sunset Overdrive, Hyrule Warriors and Entwined, the from SCE Worldwide's new studio Pixelopus. While he doesn't seem to be impressed by Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare — or as he says, "Kevin Spacey in Your Face," — he does get the hang of Forza Horizon 2.

His time with Sony's Project Morpheus virtual reality headset, however, is another story.

For a closer look at all the major titles of E3 2014, check out our dedicated Big at E3 hub.

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