HK Urbex’s first book, Spatial Cemetery, is a collection of haunting images shot by an anonymous team of urban explorers who are hoping to preserve the city’s fading heritage.
Whether it’s a place to be seen, somewhere to impress arty types or a hidden gem to get away from it all, there is a bar for everyone touring Art Basel, Art Central and Hong Kong’s many art galleries this week.
With its top-down perspective, balletic gunfights and pared-down, slow-motion gameplay, The Hong Kong Massacre has a nostalgic charm. It looks and feels like Hong Kong, but the action doesn’t sustain the excitement.
See in the new year in style with the best steaks, free-flow deals, tiki disco and some very fancy dress. We have all the information you need to party all night long.
From Potato Head’s Dark Disco to the Horror Circus at Armani/Prive and the secretive Dead Not Alive, this year’s line-up is better than ever.
It all started in 1987 as an arcade game with two fighters and simple controls. We follow the bestselling series – and its spin offs and terrible films – to the present day and its 30th anniversary release
From some of the world’s most insane roller coasters to an authentic reproduction of Hong Kong’s Kowloon Walled City – right down to the trash – these Japanese theme parks will give you a visit to remember
From real-life lightsabre battles to Mario Kart-style go-karting and Halo-esque futuristic shooting, Hong Kong has plenty to offer video game fans who want to get away from their screens and play for real
After a day looking at artworks around town, you’ll probably be ready to relax and enjoy a tipple. From hotel bars to gallery bars to clubs, here are four recommended schedules for arty drinkers
More games are being set in China as its domestic gaming market grows, but developers largely avoided the country in the past. We take a look back at titles that bucked the trend, starting with a little-known adventure game from 1991
With little money and no programming expertise, Yoshihisa Kurosawa of Japan set out to make the worst game possible; he is mystified players have taken it so seriously that, 23, years on, they bombard his Facebook page with questions
From the Super Star Wars trilogy to The Force Unleashed, the best first-person shooters, role-playing games, Lego-themed releases and more associated with the now-40-year-old space opera whose eighth instalment opens this week
This neo-noir crime thriller set in post-war Los Angeles puts players in the role of a policeman who rises through the ranks by solving crimes. The visuals are stunning, the soundtrack amazing and the gameplay is engaging
Amid the fad for retro game consoles such as the NES Classic and SNES Classic from Nintendo, we scoured the city’s Golden Computer Arcade for some alternatives
The Lion City has often seemed behind the times when it comes to nightlife. But things are changing, and now there are a few hidden gems worth checking out
The Analogue Super Nt and NT mini consoles can play Nintendo and Super Nintendo’s original cartridges and output them in high definition video and audio suitable for today’s TVs. Other games systems are in the pipeline
Xbox and PlayStation have driven Hong Kong’s video arcades underground, literally. We trawl the city’s basements (and occasionally upstairs), where games such as Virtua Tennis, Street Fighter and Rambo are still being played
One of the largest gaming conventions on the continent, GameStart celebrates everything fresh and trendy in the industry. We sent our reporter there to do battle with dragons, alien beings, invisible beasts – and obsessive fans
Inspired by their own immigrant mothers and grandmothers, the developers of the game Oblige have created a unique experience that depicts the tedium and frustration of those who helped nurtured Hong Kong’s growth
In this shooter, where Solaris meets Jorge Luis Borges, your character has to find their way out of a maze while fighting enemies that are clones of itself and copy your moves and tactics
The epitome of cyberpunk, Blade Runner’s influence on the entertainment world has been huge. Here are eight games that reference the sci-fi classic
The previous game’s bugs are fixed and there are 180 cars and more than 100 track layouts for players to choose from. Project Cars 2 is a serious step up and a must-have for true racing fans
Improved ball movement, better tactical balances, and multiplayer matches that feel much like the real thing make this year’s PES another winning entry, but it doesn’t make the sort of progress that the 2016 and 2017 versions did
From boxing to archery, from shoot-em-ups to zombie hunts, Playdium VR has the latest games from around the world and the hardware to play them. We get loaded up and enter an immersive world
Smashy Duo’s simple Pong-like arcade dynamic plays out beautifully – especially as the rallies get longer – and with so much fun pop-culture content to unlock, players will keep coming back for more
Sega’s revamp is the latest in the Japanese gangster series, a streamlined sandbox game, with eccentric characters and a feeling of 1970s yakuza films
After crash-landing in Pripyat, the city that was abandoned after the Chernobyl disaster in the 1980s, players have to survive by scavenging, finding shelter and avoiding zombies in this attractive but slightly clunky mobile game
Although the horror film seems ideal for a video game, Distrust fails to tick the boxes, but it should please fans of resource management and survival games
Cyberpunk gets a healthy boost in this absorbing game, which references Blade Runner’s Hong Kong-inspired rain-soaked atmosphere and immerses you in its psychological horror with great use of audio and visuals
Players fight for aerial supremacy in four-on-four dogfights in this online-only mobile multiplayer game, where battles are short but sweet and teamwork is essential