About the game
We Happy Few
We Happy Few is a game where drug consumption is put to creative use as the player navigates two different realities, one induced by pills, in order to progress through the storyline.
We Happy Few Articles
Compulsion and Gearbox show off We Happy Few story trailer
One of our E3 2018 highlights is most certainly We Happy Few, whose story trailer is enough to make anyone think for a wide variety of reasons. 1984 and Brave New World implications? Check. Clockwork Orange? Check. Chilling? Definitely.
We Happy Few was removed from Steam for review bombing
Speaking in a recent AMA on reddit, We Happy Few producer Sam Abbott revealed that issues plaguing their game are more frequent on PlayStation 4 than on PC, even though neither are really free of bugs. Nevertheless, this may change soon.
Well I guess Crash ain't never leaving UK charts' pole position
Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy is seriously making a mockery of the competition as Activicarious Visions' game ended up topping UK's all-formats chart for the seventh week running, even beating three newly launched games in top 10.
Compulsion unveils We Happy Few Season Pass with extra content
Compulsion Games are yet to roll out We Happy Few and they've already announced a hefty update package coming with the game's Season Pass, including three separate story missions and a sandbox mode, for when you want to get creative.
If nothing made you want to buy We Happy Few, this might
We Happy Few is one of those games whose thematic is as interesting as the gaming part and the latest fan-made trailer by the Invision Community shows Wellington Wells and its band of jolly deluded citizens in all their Joy-fuelled glory.
We Happy Few game length and modes have been revealed
We Happy Few has seen many changes as the game's budget increased and the developer studio, Compulsion Games, got bought out. Sam Abbott, the game's producer, talked about the game's length and different modes before the official release.
We Happy Few gets rating, will be published Down Under
Well, there's quite a few of us happy here at AltChar, now that we've found out that the Australian Classification Review Board unanimously decided to rate We Happy Few with R18+, which means the game will be selling Down Under after all.
Broadcast network blames gamers for bad internet Down Under
Bill Morrow, CEO of the National Broadband Network from Australia, has recently blamed gamers for congestion issues plaguing their fixed wireless networks, demonstrating complete ignorance of facts ascertained by his own company earlier.
We Happy Few gets a teaser trailer ahead of its E3 appearance
Compulsion Games have rolled out a teaser trailer for their Orwellian adventure We Happy Few and we honestly can't wait to take a few more peeks at what Compulsion and Gearbox have managed since the game's last E3 appearance back in 2016.
We Happy Few developers to appeal the game's ban in Australia
Following Australian Classification Board's decision to refuse classification to We Happy Few, developer Compulsion Games announced an appeal, seeing as how the reasons for banning the game sound incredibly shallow, to put it mildly.