Singapore's own homegrown gaming show, GameStart Asia, returned for its third year last weekend. The event focused more on e-sports while still giving gamers a chance to try out the latest and greatest. With over 20,000 attendees, the gaming event beat last year's attendance figures despite a lack of major game announcements.
Gamers could play Final Fantasy XV or Gears of War 4, or watch pro gamers battle it out at the South East Asia Major Street Fighter V tournament.
Local game developer Kaiju Den shows off its new horror VR game Lunar Eclipse. The game will consist of five episodes and will feature an interactive story based on Eastern horror mythology. Expect plenty of Chinese vampires (Jiangshi) and other regional monsters to scare the living daylights out of you when it launches.
Returning to GameStart Asia is Retro DNA, a retro gaming booth with old-school consoles from Sega and Nintendo such as the MegaDrive (or Genesis) and the NES. Attendees hankering for their childhood can play for free.
The big crowd-puller was the South East Asia Major 2016 Street Fighter V tournament. This featured big names such as Infiltration, currently the best player in the world, and homeboy Xian. The tournament was eventually won by Japan's Tokido.