In a recent interview with USGamer, developers from Compulsion Games talked about the studio's learning experience with We Happy Few and how its next project should have a better development and come together in a better fashion overall.
If you're interested in checking out their journey and the inspiration behind Compulsion Games' projects, be sure to check out the documentary. It's available for free on YouTube and is around 40 minutes long.
We Happy Few is a first-person adventure game where you have to carry out various tasks in a dystopian British city. It's a lot of fun, even though it's not polished around the edges. It's getting a new expansion soon.
Many months ago, Microsoft announced that it was acquiring a number of studios like Compulsion Games and Obsidian Entertainment. While teams like Obsidian Entertainment have a proven track record, Compulsion Games is still relatively new. We Happy Few is an interesting experience, but it wasn't as well-received as the team had hoped. It's fair to say that the studio has a lot to prove.
We Happy Few is the tale of a plucky bunch of moderately-terrible people trying to escape from a lifetime of cheerful denial in the city of Wellington Wells. In this alternate England, conformity is key. You have to fight or blend in with the drug-using inhabitants to survive.
We Happy Few is a fairly challenging survival game that constantly keeps you on your toes. Early on in the game, you have nothing, so you're a little more vulnerable than you will be later on. Don't fret, though: we have some tips to help you out.
Yesterday, the game launched on Xbox One with the promise of Xbox Play Anywhere support. However, many gamers noticed that the feature wasn't available, and they couldn't download the game to their Windows 10 computers.
We Happy Few starts at $59.99 and was previously a part of Xbox Game Preview. If you own that version, you can play the updated build now which supports Xbox One X. Everyone else has to buy a new copy at full price.
As with any release nowadays, gamers are always curious about the difference between the Xbox One X and PlayStation 4 Pro versions. We presented this question to Compulsion Games and a spokesperson confirmed that the game ran at native 4K resolution.
We Happy Few started off as a crowdfunded project, but the developer eventually decided to team up with Gearbox Publishing to increase the scope of the game. This means that We Happy Few will include a full-length story campaign, and much more.
We Happy Few has arrived on PC and Xbox One. Offering compelling survival gameplay, quality world-building, and great presentation, We Happy Few is an excellent title held back from perfection only by performance problems.
To coincide with We Happy Few's launch, Gearbox Publishing is releasing a We Happy Few Time Capsule. This collector's edition doesn't include the game, but it does feature a lot of amazing collectibles. The highlight of the pack has to be the mask.
Today, Compulsion Games showed off a new We Happy Few trailer. According to the studio, the game is the tale of a plucky bunch of moderately-terrible people trying to escape from a lifetime of cheerful denial in the city of Wellington Wells.
Today, Compulsion Games showed off new We Happy Few gameplay on Inside Xbox. According to the studio, the game is the tale of a plucky bunch of moderately terrible people trying to escape from a lifetime of cheerful denial in a city.
Today, Compulsion Games released a developer diary detailing some of the new features coming to We Happy Few alongside a delay. Instead of an April release date, the game will now launch in Summer 2018 for Xbox One, PC and PlayStation 4.
We Happy Few took the industry by storm last year with a stellar (and creepy) trailer at E3 2016. The game has been in an Early Access state since, but that is coming to an end in 2018 as part of a partnership with Gearbox Publishing.
We Happy Few, which is currently in Game Preview on Xbox One and Early Access on Steam, has snagged a fairly big update that smoothes out gameplay, patches up a plot hole, and makes the world look better overall.