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- Marina admits that she played it with love: Mass Effect - Andromeda
- spieletipps-René has so far concealed the fact that he is playing: Tokyo Mirage Sessions
- Alex proudly admits that he's playing: Bubble Shooter
- spieletipps-Micky, the fox, plays officially: Dynasty Warrior games
- Lisa tells you, she plays: Karpador Jump
- spieletipps-Marco would never believe that he plays: Dead or Alive
- Daniel the Owl plays in secret: Dynasty Warrior games
- spieletipps-Michael admits he plays: Hitman
- Intern Steffen played without telling anyone: Lord of the Rings - The Companions
Video: Psst, Secret: These Are Our Favorite Guilty Pleasure Games, But Don't Tell Anyone
"I don't like cell phone games. Or hardly any. And I sometimes love to cheeky and unscrupulous about all those who spend their time with less demanding apps - like Candy Crush. Fortunately, I didn't spend 20 hours in Candy Crush myself because I'm a real gamer. I only use my precious time to enjoy intellectually high quality games. Candy crush? Nah, that would also be far too colorful and far too kitsch for me. Really - I mean, collect candy? Bake a cake?! Seriously, I would get a sugar shock just watching it. And … - what … how do I know it all, if I never played it, you ask? Um"
Marina admits that she played it with love: Mass Effect - Andromeda
"The graphics are not so good? The guy running strange? The other parts were better? UH, AND THEN THE BORED BODIES THAT HAVE TO BE COLLECTED ON THE DESERT PLANET! Yeah, Mass Effect: Andromeda wasn't quite the bringer, but you know what? I don't care. I love Mass Effect: Andromeda as I loved the other parts, from day one. Honest. I held the game in my hands before the infamous "Make Eyes Better, FAST" patch, and you know what? I just didn't care deep in my heart. Maybe there is something wrong with me? I don't know, but it's one of the top 5 games in recent years, and for one very simple reason: it made me happy. Happier than Candy Crush. Rather."
spieletipps-René has so far concealed the fact that he is playing: Tokyo Mirage Sessions
“Tokyo Mirage Sessions FE: JRPGs are generally a guilty pleasure of mine, because I don't shy away from those who are squeaky-colored and kitschy. A particularly bizarre example of such a game is Tokyo Mirage Sessions - a Persona-Lite with a lot of Japanese pop culture. And with all the trimmings: bright colors, bright, flickering lights, lively J-Pop, overly exaggerated teen characters. Everything sounds terrible, and yet: I enjoyed the gameplay and design so much that I pulled it through to the end. Every time my ex-girlfriend came into the room while I was playing Tokyo Mirage Sessions, I immediately had an urge to explain and justify. It was particularly difficult when two singing girls were killing evil spirits with a huge heart under frenetic cheers."
Alex proudly admits that he's playing: Bubble Shooter
“I can still remember that sometime many years ago I wrote the following sentence: ' My time will come when bubble shooter becomes an Olympic '. In fact, I spent more time with the inconspicuous app, which has been accompanying me on several smartphones for about ten years, than I would guess - or, after all, thank God the app has no way of measuring my playing time. In any case, I was able to gain enough experience to go a long way in a hypothetical bubble shooter Olympiad. And I like to admit that openly at this point. Greetings from level 1797!"
spieletipps-Micky, the fox, plays officially: Dynasty Warrior games
"Yeah yeah, I know: square, square, square, triangle. Apply, repeat, play through. Get a new weapon, add a square to the combo.
I say: Dynasty Warriors can do more! First, the playful delicacy lies in the details. Second, even on PS2, the engine and crowd AI are impressive, third, Dynasty Warriors is the ultimate meditative stress killer (with a good mix of prudent approach, a dose of aggressiveness, and a pinch of satisfaction), and fourth, the parts always are better.
Except for part 9. Part 9 is trash. Part 9 is scum. Part 9 is a crime for which the publisher should be roasted. On a low flame. Without herbs.
Lisa tells you, she plays: Karpador Jump
“I think the Karpador Jump would be for me: I've probably spent more hours there than in any other mobile game, and that, although it isn't demanding at all * laughs * But it doesn't need an internet connection and doesn't use a lot of battery - and is the perfect game for long waiting times in supermarket queues, during train journeys or at the airport!"
spieletipps-Marco would never believe that he plays: Dead or Alive
“I never believe that, but I especially like the combat system in the series. In addition to jiggling breasts and bodies that sweat too much, there has also been a counter function since day 1. Instead of simply blocking wet punches, I can start a strong counterattack in Dead or Alive with good timing. In addition, DoA has always been very easy for beginners and suitable for spontaneous matches with friends. Incidentally, the fanservice was severely restricted in Dead or Alive 6."
Daniel the Owl plays in secret: Dynasty Warrior games
“ Actually, you should think that it is really boring to spend hours on opposing crowds. Most feel it too. I personally - especially if I want to switch off - like the so-called Dynasty Warrior games. Especially when the game principle is applied to well-known anime or other game series."
spieletipps-Michael admits he plays: Hitman
“ Hitman is blessed with two special abilities: first, to be the most invisible killer in the world, and second, to cause annoyed groans and sighs in every gaming editorial team around the world. I know, stealth games have gone out of style because they take too much patience and planning. You'd rather feel cool in games today without having to do a lot. But yes, I admit, the Hitman graphics never made the leap from PS2, but I stand by it: I am thrilled to observe an area, to think of a plan and then, frustratingly trial and error, to mine myself bit by bit To approach the target person. I know that I'm one of the last five people in the world who still think it's cool. But it would also be extremely strange for Hitman if it were a mainstream game. Being loved by many does not fit into the world of contract killers."
Intern Steffen played without telling anyone: Lord of the Rings - The Companions
“The video game implementation of the first Lord of the Rings film was technically outdated as of the 2002 release. The controls took more than getting used to and without the Tolkien license it would probably have been average at best. And yet it was a wonderful feeling to run as Frodo through Hobbingen and flee from the Nazgul, not least because no other implementation was so closely based on the book template
Oh, the good old SIMS 1 times …
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