ThunderBolt: Twenty years ago, videogames would be judged solely on one thing: how fun they were to play. Yet “fun” has in recent times become a dubious compliment, a word that suggests archaic thrills in the place of refinement and sophistication. Other art-forms hold a similar aversion to the word and pure enjoyment seems to largely disqualify artistic merit. But Sleeping Dogs is a game that succeeds in its pursuit of unadulterated entertainment, and also presents a highly immersive visual world to gorge on. It’s a sandbox adventure set in Hong Kong, sitting comfortably in a niche between Grand Theft Auto 4 and the Saints Row series – not as well-written or full-bodied in story as GTA, nor as outlandish as Saints Row.